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post #487 of 1097
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

You know, I'm almost kind of used to people confusing they're/there/their and your/you're, but stairs/stares? That's a new one. z7_no.gif

 


 

Hahhaha c2_beer.gif  Whooops!

post #488 of 1097

This mistake was at every concession stand at the WUSO. d2_doh.gif

 

post #489 of 1097

How I landed job at old college newspaper.

 

1. Read through the newspaper

2. Highlighted and corrected

3. Returned issue to editor-in-chief

4. Left my cell phone # and offered to take the position for free because it's embarrassing to look through (they paid me anyways :P)

 

Reminds me of this thread lol.

post #490 of 1097

does anyone know what legal action , if any that can be taken out on a private golf club if the terminate your membership with know disaplinary process

post #491 of 1097
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post
Yeah accept your original post is time stamped with your edit.d2_doh.gif
 

You can't blame it on being Canadian either, ya hoser, eh?

post #492 of 1097
Damnit! My post has been hacked by a mod!!

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post #493 of 1097
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Originally Posted by blaylock6502 View Post

I am trying to develop my swing as a newbie and had a few questions. I feel like my backswing isn't coming back far enough and being new to the game I don't know it really isn't or if it is in my head. I am a technician and have my arms above my head for much of the day so I have fairly large shoulders. If my Baldwin really is falling short are there any stretches I can do or will it come with time. I was going to post a video of my swing (please hold the laughter to a minimum) and was wondering what angle would be best? Also are the general mechanics of a driver swing and iron swing the same? Thanks in advance!
 
Snicker.
post #494 of 1097

 

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Originally Posted by bubble View Post

and so what ?

 

I indicated that instead of using the "imovable obstruction" rule (as an obligation, this ishis quetion) on the path he may use the unplayable rule as first choice if this can help him. I never said the unplayable rule is a free drop !

 

In his situation I would explore this option and have done so (not an path we walk here).

 

the point is why use a free drop to go towards the OB and have no shot and then consider most probably penalty and distance ? you see what I mean ? the easy choice is to play on the path, it not a hard shot to punch towards the green.

 

anyway, if we wearch releif, for example, he could use unplayable (1 shot penalty) to use 2 clubs margin (+2 clubs max of roll). to gett o the good side of the path.

 

I also added that even if 2 clubs would not be sufficiet nor easy to get of the path on the good side (dropping on a path usually implies placing after 2 tries) it could be sufficient to stay on the path but then have a NPR (free drop) on the correct side.

 

simple...

probably my lack of expression with a todd of your neuclear interpretation skills.b2_tongue.gif

 

 

I'm not an English major but ???

post #495 of 1097
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Originally Posted by SCfanatic35 View Post

 

I'm not an English major but ???

 

Heck if I know. I deleted that post and the two prior because they make no sense. Why would you play a ball off the cart path or take a penalty stroke if you don't need to?

post #496 of 1097
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

 

Heck if I know. I deleted that post and the two prior because they make no sense. Why would you play a ball off the cart path or take a penalty stroke if you don't need to?

Possible answers

a) because I have unlimited money to replace the golf club I just ruined and I like to brag to my friends about how I always "play it as it lies".

b) because the game of golf is so easy that I need to penalize myself to make it more challenging.

c) because I am a moron.

post #497 of 1097

Perfect post for this thread, SCfan.  So many issues there!

post #498 of 1097
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Originally Posted by bplewis24 View Post

Perfect post for this thread, SCfan.  So many issues there!

Yeah, I normally don't post anything on this thread because I'm sure 90% of my posts probably belong here too.  I just couldn't help myself.

post #499 of 1097
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Originally Posted by bplewis24 View Post

 

Just to be clarify, this hole-in-one was on your first tee shot of this particular hole, right?

 

I only ask because I was hoping that this was logman's thread, reincarnated. a2_wink.gif

 

 

This is what happens when you re-word a sentence late at night and neglect to proof-read before posting it.  

post #500 of 1097

This happens to me when I don't wear my reading glasses!

post #501 of 1097
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Originally Posted by boogielicious View Post

This happens to me when I don't wear my reading glasses!

I've been known to post while "in the bag", that doesn't help literacy score.c2_beer.gif

post #502 of 1097

Drunk texting!

post #503 of 1097

Not specifically grammatical, but a tell the time error.

 

Noon - 2:30am? Holy Toledo, that's a lot of golf. Better go to the supermarket, get me some nosh and dig in.

 

http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/30092015/

 

post #504 of 1097
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