January 24, 2015
By News 12 Connecticut
Home Green Advantage Client, Paul Ciassulo
NORWALK - Most golf courses in southwestern Connecticut are closed this time of year, but a Norwalk man has found a way to hit shots any time he wants.
Paul Ciassulo is so addicted to the sport that he has built a course in his backyard.
He has spent nearly $40,000 on two tee boxes with ball washers, and a green to take aim at.
"I built this practice facility and it gives me something to do in the evening," said Ciassulo.
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