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Sorry for the delayed response, as I do appreciate your question and efforts to help improve the article. I'll be honest that personally I know very little about the history on the Jack Nicklaus Golf Center. I reverted the changes you made simply on the grounds that there wasn't a reference included with them. I don't doubt that what you're saying may be true, and I also realize that the article already contains some information which lacks references. But at this point, all new information should be properly cited. My goal is to get the article to Good Article status and possibly beyond, so every little bit helps. Links to other Wikipedia articles are great, but they should be complements not substitutes to inline citations. Anything that you can find that documents the dates and names would likely be sufficient. Shoot for sources that have been published with editorial oversight of some kind. Those are preferred. See WP:RS for more information and let me know if you have any other questions. Thanks again! --GoneIn60 (talk) 09:11, 22 March 2013 (UTC)

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