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post #19 of 23

LOL

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Then how do you get it out of a bunker?    :-)

LOL

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Jeez, where start?? Just type Patrick57 in the search bar, he should show up as a user. Once you find that click on threads started. Don't blame me.....

 

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Haha. I looked through his history last night per Ernest's post.

 

When I'm on my death bed, I will definitely regret spending an hour of my life doing that.

LOL, I did include a disclaimer. 

post #22 of 23

skiing is far easier.     Took me a couple years to be able to carve and keep my feet together (equivilent of working the ball in golf).      Obviously, at high levels, they are both very difficult, but you see alot of people skiing that would not be able to hit a golf ball.

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Put  this way, I've been skiing 5 times, each time for 3-5 days, so we'll call that 20 days of skiing for 6 hours = 120 hours of skiing. On ski's I am able to go down most black diamonds I have come across, and can navigate through moguls pretty well.

 

I have been playing golf since I was 9 or 10, and play or practice about twice a week for the past 4 years and I have broken into the 70's four times and still have a 10-12 handicap.

 

Which do you think is easier? :)
 

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