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My first thought was it would make a good logo for the West Coast Team - Newport Cup team shirts.

It's our favorite color, maybe modify it a bit, get rid of the star and insert a golf ball in the wing ... 
then place it on the bottom of the shirt sleeve.


OK, time to wake up from my day dreams :whistle:

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