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Comment from: ronmon [Visitor] Email
well, you have those tip-less gloves for long finger nails, so why not the adjustable nose pads? I think that Michelle Wie might benefit from both.
09/11/07 @ 11:52
Comment from: Oui Oui Oui [Visitor] Email
Patricia,

If you get rid of those false B's, I am fairly sure you will drop your handicap by 10 strokes.
09/12/07 @ 07:56
Comment from: L Duffy [Visitor] Email
The solution is here! See "The New Velcro" Popular Science Invention of the Year, June 2007 at www.popsci.com
09/12/07 @ 10:34
Comment from: mary [Visitor] Email
I love my Native shades for golf - lightweight, narrow, interchangeable lenses for different weather days.

Unfortunately, I've now left two pairs in the parking lot, when I perched them on my cap bill, and they flew off when I tossed my cap into the car. That crunching sound as I drove away - not a pine cone. Sigh.....
09/20/07 @ 09:04
Comment from: JR [Visitor] Email
Jennifer...why have you cut back so much on your blogging???
10/26/07 @ 19:47
Comment from: Jennifer Mario [Member] Email
JR, does this mean you miss me? :-)
10/30/07 @ 11:20

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