It was the latest in a string of comments by the author, who said he has owned golf courses throughout the United States and Europe. “

There are four courses on the course that are named after different animals, but all of them are named for a human.” 

It was the latest in a string of comments by the author, who said he has owned golf courses throughout the United States and Europe. 

“The Hermitage, in particular, is a favorite of mine, and I’m a huge fan of all the animals that are on the courses,” the author wrote.

“I can go to the dog obstacle courses on these courses and find the best of them.”

The author also mentioned the fact that he is a longtime resident of the resort town of Stony Pointe, which is located just south of Tucson.

“It’s not only a great golf course for the locals, but the locals also love the dog obstacles,” the writer wrote.

The author added that he enjoys visiting the StonyPointe golf course when he visits his hometown, where he plays golf regularly.

The Stony pointe course has a large selection of dog obstacles that range from the common and well-known to the whimsical.

The author has previously said he would like to see more dog obstacle golf courses added to his collection of courses, including a two-day, $25-per-person dog obstacle challenge in the fall.

“If it is going to be added, I’m looking forward to playing the dog courses and having a blast,” the golfer wrote. 

The Arizona Department of Agriculture and Industries (ADI) has released a statement to the Associated Press, saying it will not comment on specific golf courses.

However, it said it welcomes the opportunity to learn about the animals on the state’s most popular course. 

Advisory: Dog obstacles are not allowed on the Arizona course, said spokeswoman Kelly Hausner.