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For the love of golf, Welder Bill Koplin Sr. built the Pee Wee Gold in the town of Guerneville to serve the family?s enthusiasm of playing the sport. After a few years, the site was made open to public and was managed by the brother Lee Koplin. All of the family members especially the boys are fond of making their own versions of golf. But they knew that everything started with their great grandfather?s 36-hole Pee Wee Golf.

The Pee Wee Golf has survived the test of time when all other amusement parks like the Play Land Amusement Park shut down because of the heavy traffic passing through Guerneville.

When the original Koplins moved out of the town, Pee wee Golf was turned over to the couple Tom and Vanessa Glover who have made excellent transformations on the place by adding some more fun and excitement. They are able to put some statues like dinosaurs and Yogi Bear to attract more tourists. When the Russian River goes on high tide, all the 36-holes go underwater to as deep as 16 feet.

Every hole has an exciting offer to make to whoever plans on golfing at Pee Wee. For example, Hole #1 features the largest dinosaur replica called the T-Rex which was built in1962. Other gimmicks include Grateful Dead bears and a G.D. skull logo painted all over the holes. Monkey statues are built everywhere in the area.
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