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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
With you, boss. I myself do not suck, but have friends who enjoy the game and do suck. The hardest part for them is to realize they can play with someone with skill and still have a good time. That's why we have handicaps and all those other crazy-a games, to keep it interesting.
2009-06-28 @ 08:02
Comment from: wendyuk [Visitor] Email
Any idea who I can petition/pay real money to - for the return of Tim McDonald to these blogs? Hell, even Chris Baldwin if we must. I'm sure I'm not the only one losing interest rapidly in this site.
2009-07-06 @ 14:27
Comment from: Saginaw Mike [Visitor] Email
Talk about suck at golf, I'm an honest 36 (only because my group has a limit) but there is nothing like being out with friends or family and reaching a 395 yarder in 2, lipping the 10 footer and have to settle for a tap-in 4. Kinda makes up for the last 6 holes when you pick-up after reaching double-par.
2009-07-29 @ 14:41
Comment from: James Simmons [Visitor] Email
I've seen Charles play, and he does suck, but that's no reason so say golf is no fun. Charles, if you want to get better work at it (get a good coach), but even if you don't, just enjoy your time out on the course; That alone makes it worthwhile.
2009-08-27 @ 21:01

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