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Hello this is Piet van Ammers and joined the sandtrap a few weeks ago, just before we went with 6 guys to Florida to Play some Golf.

I am 64 years old and get in touch with golf some 50 years ago, beeing a caddie at the Noordwijkse Golfclub in the Netherlands. After 35 years none golfing I picked it up again 15 years ago and still enjoy the game verry much.

I married Coby 41 years ago have 3 kids (2 sons and one doughter) and 3 grandchildren. The first present I bought for the grandkids was en set of clubs and I hope they are going to like it in the future

Thanks to the Sandtrap we recently met a few verry nice and also golf playing American guys. I am sure that David aka David in Florida, is a member her. I am thankfull that he played against us and showed us where the topcourses in this region are

I have been in Florida for 16 days and played with pleasure 23 rounds of golf.

It is difficult to explain that I did not see any Disney park or an other park to friends in Holland

Hope to come back next year and play again some nice rounds with our American friends as David, Daron, John and others.

All the best,

Piet

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We're already looking forward to next year.......but I've gotta say, after 2weeks, I got REAL tired of watching Piet drive it dead straight right down the middle of the fairway, and get up and down from everywhere. ;-)
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Ha,ha,ha, David, its only because I cannot hit the ball as far as you, so I have to do something to stay in the match.

Start buying a 60 * lobwedge David, Ups and downs are so easy than .

All the best,

Piet

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