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1 hour ago, golfthyme said:

I don’t consider a standard pitching wedge the same as a 56 or 60 degree wedge! It’s just a 10 iron really!

First you said you dont own a wedge.

Then you said you have a pitching wedge and sand wedge.

Then you said you dont consider a pitching wedge a wedge, you consider it a 10 iron.

What about the sand wedge? What do you consider that?

Why would you blatantly lie? I don't understand man.

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1 minute ago, klineka said:

First you said you dont own a wedge.

Then you said you have a pitching wedge and sand wedge.

Then you said you dont consider a pitching wedge a wedge, you consider it a 10 iron.

What about the sand wedge? What do you consider that?

Why would you blatantly lie? I don't understand man.

He’s clearly a poor misguided troll who doesn’t care about speaking nonsense or telling out-right lies as long as it continues to get a response

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9 hours ago, klineka said:

What about the sand wedge? What do you consider that?

That one goes to 11. @boogielicious is all over that .....

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Well a 9 iron had little More loft than an 8 iron, a pitching wedge a little more than a 9 iron and a sand wedge a little more than a pitching wedge so it stands to reason to call them 8, 9, 10, and 11 irons! Does it really matter what you call them? Hitting them well is what matters!

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You hit Betty? Naughty boy!

I don’t wear pink! 
 

Proper golf attire?

i wear a golf skirt and a golf blouse when I play! Is that proper golf attire?

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2 hours ago, boogielicious said:

I call all of my clubs, “Betty”.

And you can call me Al.

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2 hours ago, golfthyme said:

You hit Betty? Naughty boy!

I don’t wear pink! 
 

Proper golf attire?

i wear a golf skirt and a golf blouse when I play! Is that proper golf attire?

Sure it is.

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I have been on a lot of different forums in the past 20 years and every once in a while there is someone like the OP that throws out a bunch of hogwash just to get responses. When it slows down he throws out more just to be controversial, The only way to stop him is not respond at all. Which of course I seem to be doing now. Just ignore him and he will go away. Last post for me.

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4 hours ago, golfthyme said:

 Does it really matter what you call them? 

It does when it means you're straight up lying to people.

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What’s OP?

i don’t what anyone thinks or reply’s 

I have the same right to be here as anyone!

just my opinions observations experiences and frustrations 

more power to ya!

 

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5 minutes ago, golfthyme said:

i don’t what anyone thinks or reply’s 

Then why post?

5 minutes ago, golfthyme said:

I have the same right to be here as anyone!

Just like I have the right to call you out when you lie.

5 minutes ago, golfthyme said:

just my opinions, observations, experiences, frustrations, and lies

Fixed that for ya 😉

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