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Posts by JerryTimes

Speak for yourself. While I'm much more interested in the PGA, I enjoy the euro tour from time to time.
I shot a 95 once this year, and if it wasn't for some HORRIBLE putts I could have broken 90 that day.  I was hitting my irons better than usual which was nice.
I usually carry when I walk. 
I live just outside of Detroit, and it seems like the courses here are always busy.  I avoid going on the weekends because I don't like waiting.  I know of two courses that closed, and one was because it was on one of the busiest stretches of road and it's a mall now.
I agree.  I'm a year into golf, and I love it.  I never take it seriously, although I am constantly trying to improve.  Last weekend, I was trying to chip onto the green, and I didn't get under the ball at all. It went across the green into a bunker.... Couldn't care less. 
For me it depends on what you are trying to do.  Are you trying to win a tournament or are you practicing?   
Agreed.  I love golf, but it's not something that should be in the olympics...... unless they have to run to every shot and hit it in 5 seconds.....  I'm kidding of course.
You're only young once.  It's better to have the hair longer now than when you are 45
I have a dozen in my bag and I have some random dozens waiting for me.  I received a dozen as a gift (Titleist DT Solo) and I won a dozen Callaway Hex Black Tours from a web site.  I seem to like Callaway balls the most so far and have a few different boxes of them. 
If you are thinking this way, you should probably quit.  I play to relax.  Whether I play good or bad I always have a good time.  Sure, playing better is always great, but golfing for the regular guy is more about havign fun.
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