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Byline: Joe Logan
JEFFERSONVILLE, Pa. _ Rick Troncelliti wheeled his golf cart to a stop in the middle of the 18th hole at Jeffersonville Golf Club and pointed up the fairway.
"Look at this hole," said Troncelliti, president of the West Norriton Board of Commissioners. "True risk/reward. Hit to the right and you're in the trees. Hit it left and you're in the new lake we built."
These are exciting times at Jeffersonville Golf Club, which for most of its 70-odd years of existence has been a no-name, no-frills municipal course of no particular distinction.
But last year, thanks to a little detective work by Troncelliti and a few others, it was determined once and for all that Jeffersonville was, in fact, a forgotten work of none other than the late Donald Ross.
Fans of great golf-course architecture need no introduction to Ross. At celebrated courses such as Seminole in Florida, Oakland Hills …