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post #4987 of 5102

Hi! I am Richard, retired Golf Club General Manager and now am selling golf clubs and equipment via the Internet at richiesgolf.com

post #4988 of 5102

Data Analyst in Product Stewardship and Regulatory for major Chem company

post #4989 of 5102

Seems a lot of PM's and IT / Developers here...well add me to that list.

post #4990 of 5102

Out of retirement to work mornings at Home Depot.  Off at noon so work does not interfere with my new golf schedule.  My goal is to get into the 70s this season.  Lots of people at HD golf.  Very cool.  Tennis pro in early 80s.  Retired for a girl.  She took everything but shirt on my back.  Am poor but happy now with farm girl who is love of my life.  And she says it is important for me to golf.  Am  I lucky or what!!?  My friends think my new wife of 9 years must be brain damaged to love someone like me.  I agree.

post #4991 of 5102

Hey,

I'm a technical support engineer for a company in the UK called Focusrite. We make music recording products. I'm also trying to learn web design with a view to making a career of that.

 

Seems I'll fit in well with all the members with careers in IT/computing.

post #4992 of 5102

I used to work for an italian soccer team (Serie A). Now I work with professional players (Golf, Tennis, Snowboarder). I help them with the sponsors, communication etc. 

 

My current project is :

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q2WBeJ5FwHk

 

Don't hesitate to give me your opinion on it. :)

 

Nicolas

post #4993 of 5102

Hello,

 

I am a drilling engineer working for a multinational energy company. Currently working in the field on drilling rigs, I am enjoying my rotational schedule which allows me to play golf almost everyday when I'm not working.

 

thanks

post #4994 of 5102

Hi Joe, Great to know you are entering retirement. Retirement is really great you can do whatever you want at your own time. It is good to retire young so that we can have the energy to enjoy doing the  things we like, like playing golf everyday. I am not so lucky as most of my buddies are still workings so getting a flight of four on a daily basis seems quite difficult. I have to settle for once a week

post #4995 of 5102

I believe most of you in this forum are golfing enthusiasts like me. I have just completed setting up a website to help golfers look for things they need from clubs to shoes. Please visit and give comments when you are free.

post #4996 of 5102

Was a college student going to school for graphic design.  Then I started playing golf 2 and a half years ago.  Got hooked to every aspect of the game.  Not just playing I love the customer service/operations side.  I like the watch the course grow and love to make people happy and what better way to do that than a beautiful golf course.   The goal is to work hard on my game and take my PAT in September and begin the PGA program.   My dad is the owner of 2 courses currently and I hope to take in what he has to teach and follow down his footsteps.   

post #4997 of 5102

Professional golf caddie for a "hire hot chicks to be your caddie" company.

post #4998 of 5102

Im a crane operator on a oilrig, offshore in norway.

post #4999 of 5102

Nothing at the moment. I'm working on getting my degree in computer science at the moment (which I should get on Saturday), and we'll see where I go from there. I might do grad school, might not.

post #5000 of 5102

Manage a couple data centers in the Phx, Az area ... 

post #5001 of 5102
Gentleman of leisure!!
post #5002 of 5102
I'm a freelance software developer. I am mainly contracted for my Java and scrum skills and like working on complex projects. The great thing about this kind of work is that the hours are flexible so that gives me a lot of freedom to hit the course when I like.
post #5003 of 5102
Hi! Long time lurker decided to finally join. I'm a software dev/marketing consultant. Got introduced to the game while doing some work for Putting Cyclops. Been hooked since.
post #5004 of 5102
I was a full time community pharmacist. I had to retire early due to illness.
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