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Aug. 1, 2011MARYVILLE, MO |  By: Harris

Mozingo Course

As the heat continues to beat down with seemingly no end in sight, Mozingo Golf Course trys to deal with the conditions.

During the extreme heat Mozingo workers say the most troublesome spots are on the tee boxes and in the fairways, with grass which wasn't originally planted on the course. General manager of Mozingo Golf Course Ron Darnell says there are positives and negatives with the heat.

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Darnell adds the course's grass will continue to deteriorate as long as the high heat and high humidity stick around.