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Wood from Fort Smith, BC was shipped on the MacKenzie River up to Inuvik to craft the church's structure and build an altar.
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Inuvik's most photographed building was built in 1958 by amateur architect Brother Laroque, an Oblate missionary from Quebec.
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Overlooking the MacKensie River from the rooftop of Inuvaluit contractor Kurt Wainman's house.
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Vegetables and herbs are grown in Inuvik's community greenhouse, formerly an indoor hockey rink.
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Mike marks Tuk's spot on the map that lays on the floor of the Inuvik Airport.
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Climate change has wiped out the ice bridge that enabled Inuvik residents to drive to Tuktoyaktuk. Now you must fly.
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Ice borders the strips of land that connect the North American continent to the Arctic Ocean.
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Fuzzy photo of Tuk and Arctic ocean seen from air. Golf Channel photo editors must need glasses.
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Tuk is a tohhwnn of 300 fihhrst nattiahhn Cahhnaydianns.
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You could swim to Norway, birthplace of director Martin Rodahl, from here. Dan, Vic, Mike, Jim and Tuk Mayor Merven Gruben.
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Tuk mud hut
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Never too young to learn the Samba.
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Otherwise, you may not know that you are at a golf course.
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Your putts roll like they're on a carpet at Roads End.
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Credit the greenskeeper for maintaining the tee without weeds. (He sweeps.)
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Golfers are relieved to find a hole they can score on at the finish of Roads End - a Par 3.
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Dan shot a par on this Par 3 last hole at Roads End. His long birdie putt almost went in.
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Dan and Jim in the back seat of Kurt Wainman's twin-900 hp engine jet boat. The boat drafts six inches.
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We need to inscribe this trophy with the name of the Golf Channel and send it back to Inuvik
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The mayor made the town officials plant grass for our arrival. Looks nice, doesn't it?
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Town Council members don haz-mat suits with golfers' names in magic marker on the back to replicate pro tour caddies.
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Don't know why Mike didn't get up from his seat in the audience to dance the jig with Inuvik people at Aboriginal Day ceremonies.
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Challenging 500-mile drive on a gravel road ended when we arrived in Inuvik.
Images from the European players and their wives and girlfriends at the 43rd Ryder Cup gala.
Image of Bryson DeChambeau and how his body has transformed, through the years, from an NCAA champion to becoming a multiple PGA Tour winner.
Here's a look at some of the best photos of the Match II with Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning, Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady from Medalist Golf Club.