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post #5023 of 5086

I am retired in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  I took up golf a quarter century ago, have been away from the game for the last six years or so, and am six weeks back into a resumption.  Lots of range time and practice rounds so far.  Years ago there was a Taylormade commercial with this guy in plus-fours with a Scots accent (I think the golfnow people may have recycled him), and he proclaims 'find your swing.'  Right now I can't even find my game, my less my swing.

post #5024 of 5086

You'll get there.  I played the Links de Santa Fe when I passed through.  Was a fun trek.  Congrats on b

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I am retired in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  I took up golf a quarter century ago, have been away from the game for the last six years or so, and am six weeks back into a resumption.  Lots of range time and practice rounds so far.  Years ago there was a Taylormade commercial with this guy in plus-fours with a Scots accent (I think the golfnow people may have recycled him), and he proclaims 'find your swing.'  Right now I can't even find my game, my less my swing.

You'll get there.  I played the Links de Santa Fe when I passed through.  Was a fun trek.  Congrats on being retired.

post #5025 of 5086
I am a guest house owner in a small tourist town in South Africa. Which gives me time to practice and play my golf.
post #5026 of 5086

I retired too...so I could spend more time writing and painting.  And now maybe I'll have more time to practice and improve my golf game, although my martial arts practice can get the way of my golf practice.  I spent 40 years in the planning and design profession, the last 20 years was spend helping Mike Keiser bring Bandon Dunes into reality.  Now when I go down there I have time to play golf rather than simply work, work, work.  The last time I was at the resort I spent some time on the Punchbowl--the resort's putting course--and it improved my putting game.  Plus playing with a golf buddy, we turned it into an interesting game...check it out if you find yourself on the West Coast.

post #5027 of 5086

I'm a recruiter for an online ecommerce store similar to Amazon in the Chicago area.  Love what I do, but wish I had more time to golf!

post #5028 of 5086

I am an audio engineer

post #5029 of 5086

I'm the Director of Technology at a software company.

post #5030 of 5086
I'm an air traffic controller
post #5031 of 5086
I'm in the Air Force stationed at Langley AFB in Hampton, Virginia.
post #5032 of 5086

IT Project Manager, Regina, Saskatchewan Canada

post #5033 of 5086

I'm an 'IS Admin Generalist II' for an Aerospace company.  Been golfing about a year now.  Loving every second.

post #5034 of 5086

I've been an underground coal miner for the past 5 years, but i'm currently taking classes online to try and finish my degree so i can eventually move onto something a little safer and easier on my body.

post #5035 of 5086

SVP of Operations for a media and commerce company.

 

Absolutely love my job, almost as much as I love leaving early on Tuesdays and Thursdays to play golf...

post #5036 of 5086

Merchandiser for Coca-Cola

post #5037 of 5086

Hearing Aid Specialist in Arizona, new to the site, something to check out between patients.

post #5038 of 5086
Professional golfer. Just trying to make my way on tour
post #5039 of 5086
I work for a electrical contractor as a low volt technician. I install data systems, fire alarms, security, and home AV. Anything else in between
post #5040 of 5086

Full time paralegal and full time student.

 

Yep, I still find time to hit the links.  :)

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