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Comment from: Rachel Richardson [Visitor] Email
When you travel to different golf courses, do you collect items from them? Say, a tee, or keep your score card etc? What do you do with these items that you do keep? My uncle travels around the world and brings home memrobilia from each course he plays at. Currently this memrobilia is in a drawer, and I was wondering if there was a product that you could purchase that can hold, or display this in a better way so he can reminisce? Thanks for your comments.
12/24/08 @ 02:57
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
Rachel--Great question. I have indeed seen display cases for balls, scorecards, pencils, and bagtags in places like Nevada Bob's and Golf Discount, also in the SkyMall magazine on flights. What I haven't seen, though, is a display case design that would allow you to display the ball, card, pencil, tee, and bagtag from courses all together, grouped by the course. It might be bulky, but it would be very cool.
12/24/08 @ 09:40
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
They're called ziplock bags, Rachel.
12/25/08 @ 16:29
Comment from: Dan Jenkins [Visitor] Email
What happened to Tim McDonald and Chris Baldwin. I miss their wonderful positive remarks about people.
12/27/08 @ 23:50

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