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Comment from: BuckJ [Visitor]
But what fun is that? Lessons are like cheating to we stubborn mules. The "do-it-yourself-er" in us has us languishing in the 90s -- but the breakthrough will come. I know it will!!!!
(i.e. You offer another piece of good advice I just can't take).
04/18/05 @ 09:54
Comment from: Mary Wagner [Visitor]
A lesson definitely helps the rust flakes fall off faster. It's also just plain less frustrating to be "officially" working on your swing (or chip, or putt, or whatever) than to be flailing away on the 2nd tee.
04/19/05 @ 09:03
Comment from: Mariamar [Visitor]
Jennifer the Blogger
Thanks for putting this woman on the blog list. I loved the title for her blog. "How to Shave 13 Strokes in Two Days", that is a fantastic title and it implies a little more gift than I got in my quick read mode. Keep writing, just write titles that are more representational.
04/19/05 @ 13:17
Comment from: Dominic [Visitor]
I am soooooooo sorry for you. you CAN play all year round if you were a real golfer. Our season is only May 1 to Oct 15 so to be able to shoot any score in March would be a bonus.
04/21/05 @ 18:25

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