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I am looking into taking a pdc this year. I have 2 that I am very interested in, but I can't quite decide which to go to, so I figured that I would come here for your opinions. The first is the skeeter pdc in montana. I'm not sure if I will be able to afford the whole 3 weeks which includes Sepp week though. The other is the pdc at cob cottage. The instructors are Ianto Evans, Larry Korn, and Chuck Burr. I live in the Eugene area, so the pdc at cob cottage is quite a bit closer, but I would really like to see Sepp talk. What would you choose? Thanks
 
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