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post #37 of 47
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Originally Posted by DirtCheap View Post
 

'Cuda..  As in Barracuda.

'Cuda Clark

 

 

Just wanted to make sure it wasn't "mommy's little pookie pookie bear", or some such.  That'd scar even a 7 year old if it got out!   ;-)

 

Careful though.  If he doesn't play well, the kids might translate that into "coulda".  Something like that could follow you around for a long time too.....

post #38 of 47
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Originally Posted by meenman View Post
 

I'd do it - he'll grow out of that bag someday anyway.

 

Dont be bullied by people you dont know. I am still thinking of having mine done - just havent had the time to research it.

meenman I am with you on this, he is 7 no one is going to say anything to him.

At 7 he is going to love having his name on his bag, I bet very proud of himself, more confidence.

 

I find most golfers are so cool when it comes to kids, I bet if anything they will tell him how much they like his bag.

post #39 of 47
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Originally Posted by hacker101 View Post
 

meenman I am with you on this, he is 7 no one is going to say anything to him.

At 7 he is going to love having his name on his bag, I bet very proud of himself, more confidence.

 

I find most golfers are so cool when it comes to kids, I bet if anything they will tell him how much they like his bag.

 

No worries at all about the adults.....just take care with the actual nickname, cuz kids are evil.

post #40 of 47
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Originally Posted by David in FL View Post
 

 

No worries at all about the adults.....just take care with the actual nickname, cuz kids are evil.

Use his initial and last name?

It does not need to be in giant letters.

post #41 of 47
Does anyone know of a shop that does embroidery in the Tampa FL area?
post #42 of 47
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Originally Posted by Osilovestogolf View Post

Does anyone know of a shop that does embroidery in the Tampa FL area?

 

I just did a quick Google, and 15 embroidery shops popped up.  You shouldn't have any problems finding one close to you.

 

Welcome to the forum.  Stick around, you'll find it's a good group.

 

:beer:

post #43 of 47
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Originally Posted by Osilovestogolf View Post

Does anyone know of a shop that does embroidery in the Tampa FL area?

if you find one that does good work, please share so I can get my bag done too.
post #44 of 47

My daughter-in-law gave me a golf shirt one year for Christmas. Only problem was that it had "Number 1 Golfer" embroidered on it.

 

I figure I will get my name on my bag just about the time I ever wear that shirt...Which will be never! :-D

 

Besides, on the days I play like crap I don't want anybody to know who I am anyway.

post #45 of 47
Thread Starter 

I was playing golf last week in London and one of the chaps in our group had his grandchildrens names stencilled in to his bag. I asked him how he did that and he said he just took his bag down to a local printers and they put the names on the bag for him. 

 

The printing looked really good and even after a year of playing regularly, he was saying, the writing was still as clear as the day he got it back from the printers.

 

So there you go...take your cart bag to your local sign writers! Certainly gave me food for thought! :)

 

Regards

 

Mailman

post #46 of 47

When I went from a 14 to a 6 [6.25 actually], my gift to myself was a personalized staff bag. Your rewards are few in golf. Enjoy all you can.

post #47 of 47
At junior level most anyone competitive in anything has their name or some logo on it.
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