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Golfers ready for spring flood liquidation sale

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The Maple Hill golf liquidation sale finished up this weekend at the Century Center.

The sale featured merchandise such as Ping and Callaway and included everything from golf clubs to apparel.

Organizers say folks are ready to hit the green.

"There's definitely a pent-up want-to-play this sport and the snow has to go away eventually. Masters is coming up." says Maple Hills Golf Course owner, Bob Kitchen. "We're about a month away from the Masters and people are starting to think golf."

"It's a good opportunity to get out of the house and try to put winter behind us and buy some golf equipment and get ready for the upcoming season," says Dave Daniels, who shopped at the liquidation sale.

There was about $1 million worth of inventory for sale. This was the 8th year of the event and Maple Hill Golf has every intention of returning to South Bend for the sale next year.

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