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Antlers golf course had its time in spotlight

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The Phil Kilfoil Company’s Woodland Players from New York City performed Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” on the grounds of the Antlers Club in Fort Johnson in 1904. The private golf course, today known as Rolling Hills, had opened in 1901 on a 90-acre site. The original clubhouse was built that year with a spectacular view of the Mohawk Valley from its veranda. The play was a hit, according to an anonymous review in the ...


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