Willie Nelson's pitch-and-putt course up for sale
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Willie Nelson’s pitch-and-putt course up for sale

You have to know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em, know when to walk away, know when to run.

Willie Nelson has decided it's time to fold on his pitch-and-putt golf course. The country legend has put his Pedernales Golf Club, also known as the Cut-n-Putt, in Texas up for sale. The course opened in 1979 and, for years now, has been kept alive with Nelson's own money to bridge the gap between revenues and costs.

The price tag is $3 million.

The nine-hole course spans the hilltops near the Pedernales River. The course is not too far from the awesome music scene in Austin.

"Whoever buys this will have to have deep pockets," said course pro Fran Szal to the website WENN. "It's expensive to run."

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