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I am a server at Carrabba's. Exciting, I know. My pay scale relegates me mostly to the local public course's $15 to walk 18 holes after 5pm, but I try to get out there 2-3 times a week even though my one early round a week eats up most of what should be my savings! Such an addictive sport!  

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I am a Manufacturing Systems Engineer making diesel fuel injection equipment. It gives me the time and money to play golf, I'm happy!!
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I did a full tour (30 year plus) in the Military.

 

I now just do a few hours casual gardening which pays for my golf.

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Operating Engineer at a mission critical Data Center. Yeah, it's a mouthful! 

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Helicopter engineer, work a 6 week on 6 week off rotation. Fortunate to have the time whilst at work to practice and play the local course, then back home to practice as well.

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Appraiser
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I Am a dental tech own my place of businesses(Edupalher dental lab.
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Yes the US DOJ does. A lot of my co workers play.
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I've sold Industrial supplies for Lawson Products for the last 26 years.

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I am a golf instructor in branford ct. We are also a Trackman golf radar location. Fairways Driving Range.
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IT Project Management - From my Desk in my wife's former Living room. 

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Director of Instruction (Golf) - Westchester, NY

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I'm a real estate agent living in a golfing paradise, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee.  I have lived here for 4 years and love everything about the area.  There are 7-18 hole golf course here, all are very good courses!  I moved here with my wife 4 years ago from Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  Mild seasons, we can play golf about 10 months of the year, great courses, neighborhoods and extremely low living expenses.  If you are looking for a great place to live or retire, email me for more information.  buyffg@live.com  

 

MIke Albin

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Hi all,

Executive Chef at a resort in N.Michigan...
Check the forum while walking the dogs in the AM...
post #4857 of 5136

Today I've finished the negotiations with the investers: I'm starting my own company! Can't say much about it yet as I'm wandering into a seemingly untouched market.

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Area Manager for the survey group of a large construction company, mainly building roads and new sub-divisions and some earthworks projects.  Hopefully we'll get a contract one day to build a new golf course! - and generally why I always have something to say in threads about GPS vs. laser measurements, it's my job to know what I'm talking about in regards to that stuff!

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I'm the General Manger for my father's PGA golf school http://www.woodstowedgescr.com ,  https://www.facebook.com/Woodstowedges

I'm working on my own PGA card but I'm a few years off from finishing that.

 

I've been a professional snowboard instructor for the last 20 years, and teach for one of the largest and leading resort companies in the world.

 

So I snowboard and golf for a living... life is good.

post #4860 of 5136

Interesting screen name "Acuna".  Would that be derived from a little town just across the Rio Grande?

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