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post #253 of 1010
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Originally Posted by Superplumber View Post

Was wondering when do tou know tovupgrade your ball and how do you tell the differance in playability
 
More laziness.
 
 
post #254 of 1010

*How many did you loose today?*

 

Why is the word *lose* so tough for so many?

post #255 of 1010
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

More laziness.

My guess is he typed that one on a phone. I hit the "v" instead of the spacebar all the time.
post #256 of 1010
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Originally Posted by jamo View Post


My guess is he typed that one on a phone. I hit the "v" instead of the spacebar all the time.

And then he was too lazy to look at what he had written before hitting submit.

post #257 of 1010
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

And then he was too lazy to look at what he had written before hitting submit.

Yeah. a3_biggrin.gif
post #258 of 1010

Offered without comment.

 

 

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Originally Posted by bubble View Post

I have my set (mizuno mx25) PW, yet have the same thought of trying a vocker 46 or 47° wedge.

 

I find that the PW is a club I use a lot on partial shots or punched short game pitches. The loft is really easy to hit with different intersities, I enven wonder why I keep my gap wedge.

 

yet my set PW doesnt have that great vockey touch, grooves nor stiff shaft and since it's a set wedge easy to hit it has a gap with my 52°.

post #259 of 1010

Those vocker (or is it vockey) wedges are awesome.  Much better than Vokey, who ripped off Vocker.

post #260 of 1010
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Originally Posted by mvmac View Post

Those vocker (or is it vockey) wedges are awesome.  Much better than Vokey, who ripped off Vocker.

 

His mama had quite the reputation too. Every time the neighborhood kids saw her coming they'd call out "Mother Vocker!" and everyone would run away.

post #261 of 1010
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

His mama had quite the reputation too. Every time the neighborhood kids saw her coming they'd call out "Mother Vocker!" and everyone would run away.

Was the father's name Gaylord?
post #262 of 1010
Thread Starter 
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Yes, this is basically a great idea.  I used to play alone all the time.  But I never would now, especialy if it was like a bacelor party or my birthday.  The course I play at is pretty much dark or dusklike all the time, and it is very uncomortable because right behind the parking lot is a huge graveyard.  I don't believe in that stuff, but one night when I was playing with myself I swear to you that I saw some type of phantasm or disembodied spirit.

Classic Gilberg. Sounds like a Tim Burton golf course.

post #263 of 1010
Thread Starter 

Apostrophe's Gone Wild!!!!

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i tend to think the tiger's and phil's could be the most gifted athletes in the world, even more than the michael jordan's, wayne gretzky's, etc.

post #264 of 1010
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Originally Posted by dak4n6 View Post

Apostrophe's Gone Wild!!!!

 

There's gotta be a noun or two missing there somewhere!

post #265 of 1010
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Originally Posted by dak4n6 View Post

Apostrophe's Gone Wild!!!!

Ha Ha, he's overcompensating for the refusal to use the shift key.

post #266 of 1010
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Originally Posted by dak4n6 View Post

Classic Gilberg. Sounds like a Tim Burton golf course.

LOL @ "but one night when I was playing with myself..." and how the hell can the course always be dusk or dawn?? Gilbert is a true artist.

post #267 of 1010
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Originally Posted by dak4n6 View Post

Apostrophe's Gone Wild!!!!

 

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i tend to think the tiger's and phil's could be the most gifted athletes in the world, even more than the michael jordan's, wayne gretzky's, etc.

 

I can't wait to find out what it is!

post #268 of 1010

Advice and advise.

 

If a person advises you prior to the round they have given you advice, nobody ever advices you nor can they give you advise.

 

Advice is a noun, advise is a verb.

 

That is all.

 

Thank you.

post #269 of 1010
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Im sorry but being part of a touring pro is signing autographs, having your photo taken ECT...

I have no idea that photography-induced electroconvulsive therapy was part of the job.

"Signing autographs, having your photo taken, etc." I can understand. a2_wink.gif
post #270 of 1010
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Originally Posted by jamo View Post

I have no idea that photography-induced electroconvulsive therapy was part of the job.

"Signing autographs, having your photo taken, etc." I can understand. a2_wink.gif

What part of the touring pro was he being???? His foot? His knee? I guess it would have to be the hands, what with signing the autographs and all...
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