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Restoration started in 1991 and was done by hand, with newspaper and magazine clippings and course photos serving as guides. Keller even added dozens of sheep to mow the grass the way it was done long ago.

Now, Keller is leaving the task of maintaining the course and its history to someone else. He’s moving to a retirement village in Lynchburg, Va. His wife of 60 years, Rosalie, died in 2010.