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    GALLERY: Golf course in Cuba - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Steve and Tammy George are seen at Lakewood Golf Course in Burnham with an old news article from a 1960 edition of the Morning Sentinel about the family’s land in Cuba and a plan to build a golf course there. The dream fell apart after the U.S. severed ties with Cuba.

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    This Jan. 14, 1960, edition of the Morning Sentinel tells the story of the Reynolds family’s plans to build a golf course in Cuba. “Revolution No worry” appears above the headline.

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    An unidentified Cuban soldier holds Debbie Reynolds, at rear. Brother Reynolds is at left, while Constance, middle, looks at the child. The others are unidentified Cuban soldiers.

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    This map of Cuba outlines where the golf course that Ronello Reynolds Jr. was going to supervise would be on the Isle of Pines.

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    GALLERY: Golf course in Cuba - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Steve and Tammy George are seen at Lakewood Golf Course in Burnham with an old news article from a 1960 edition of the Morning Sentinel about the family’s land in Cuba and a plan to build a golf course there. The dream fell apart after the U.S. severed ties with Cuba.

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    This map shows the nine-hole course layout of a golf course that was set to be built on the Isle of Pines in Cuba before the Cuban Revolution derailed that plan.

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