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post #307 of 351

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I always enjoy a stogie during a round of golf. In fact, if I don't smoke one during the course of my round, I don't play as well
post #308 of 351

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My game stinks enough on it's own. I don't mind others smoking on the course, as long as it doesn't slow down play.
post #309 of 351

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I just try to stay upwind. Never could stand the stench when I was a smoker, and I really hate now that I'm not (I quit some 33 years ago). One thing I that I love about being on the course is being out in the clean, fresh air, and having to put up with that sort of self imposed pollution just defeats the purpose.

So my answer to your question is no, I'm not a fan.
post #310 of 351

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I would love it if the trend was to smoke pipes rather than cigars. Just a little bit of cherry cavendish in the air is olfactory heaven to me, I have no idea why.
post #311 of 351

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I personally cant stand it, I hate riding in the cart with somebody whos smoking anything.
post #312 of 351

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Love 'em, smoke 'em all the time.
post #313 of 351

Cigars!

So who smokes cigars out here folks?
I'm pretty sure I'll find many. Golf and cigars go hand in hand.
I don't like smoking while playing, I can never concentrate on doing both things, but I love a good cigar at the clubhouse after a round.

My favorites are Cubans of course, but I like many non Cuban brands; Padilla, Rocky Patel, Padron, etc..

What about you guys?
post #314 of 351

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Originally Posted by Golfaway View Post
So who smokes cigars out here folks?
I'm pretty sure I'll find many. Golf and cigars go hand in hand.
I don't like smoking while playing, I can never concentrate on doing both things, but I love a good cigar at the clubhouse after a round.

My favorites are Cubans of course, but I like many non Cuban brands; Padilla, Rocky Patel, Padron, etc..

What about you guys?
I smoke cigars when I golf. Usually 1 per 9 holes. I like Rocky Petals 1990 & 92's, CAO Italias, A Fuente's and the lastest I've discovered are Alex Bradley Reserves.
post #315 of 351

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I smoke cigars at work, home and on the golf course. Been enjoying them for 13 years. I find when I smoke cigars on the golf course that I enjoy the moment more and not get to crazy about what kind of round I'm having.

Hit a bad shot? Oh well, nice day and great cigar. I'll make it up on the next hole.
post #316 of 351

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I smoke a lot of CAO's, their cheap as far as good cigars go, and their always fresh at the cigar store where the $20 and up cigars sit forever.

I dont smoke cigars often on the course, only when I'm just out relaxing. Smoke a lot of them at home.
post #317 of 351

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When I was overseas I smoked a few different styled Cohiba's and I really enjoyed Romeo y Julieta's. Of course Cubans are legal over in Iraq.
post #318 of 351

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Don Tomas Clasico Rothschild, or Bauza Pyramid. Nice mild flavor, no bite.
post #319 of 351

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love the cohibas. or anything thats cheap at the stogie shop.
usually enjoy black and milds daily
post #320 of 351

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I enjoy an occasional stogie on the course. I tend to opt for a larger ring cigar on the course so it doesn't go out or burn crooked when I neglect it or lay it down for too long. Some current sticks in my rotation are Joya de Nicaragua Antano, 601 (Red Label), Hoyo de Monterrey, Bolivar Cofradia, and Sancho Panza Extra Fuerte.
post #321 of 351

Re: Calling out cigar smokers...

had a box pressed CAO Mx2 (believe it stands for maduro double wrapped) with some Vietnamese coffee today, good combo :)
post #322 of 351

Re: Calling out cigar smokers...

I'm a fan of the Mx2's, their perfect golf cigar.
post #323 of 351

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WOW! I just read 34 pages on CIGARS. I usually have 1 in my face from the 1st to the 19th hole. My golf-gars are:

601 Habano Trabuco
Oliva "O" Maddy Dbl Toro
RP Edge, Battalion
Taboo S.F. originals
post #324 of 351

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I took up golf because you can smoke on the course and no one says a word. The only comment I usually get is that smells great.

I smoke at least three cigars during a round regardless of the time of day. It's the only time I can smoke that many and I don't get told isn't that two too many! LOL

My favorite non Cuban cigars are:

Padron
Arturo Fuente
Tatuaje
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