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8 minutes ago, iacas said:

Thanks. Yeah, did that a few weeks ago. I should read it again.

Did I say anything that anyone found interesting? Controversial?

Interesting:
"You can be the world’s best putter, but if it’s a putt for bogey or par on every hole… good luck. "

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"more games to play with putting and the short game, too, which makes it a bit easier for golfers to practice them."

Controversial:
Nothing.

 

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I thought I saw that picture in a post office. Other than that, nothing controversial. I do celebrate the comments on how there is a place in golf for a wide variety of swings. That has made a comeback and this golf fan appreciates the diversity and individuality of the looks. 

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The acceptance of wide variety of swings is great! I thought that was a nice comment. Will refer to it to folks who give me funny looks... Ha. #Xmenofgolf.

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1 hour ago, GolfLug said:

The acceptance of wide variety of swings is great! I thought that was a nice comment. Will refer to it to folks who give me funny looks... Ha. #Xmenofgolf.

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4 minutes ago, GolfLug said:

Ha.. how many years have you been waiting to get that out of your system?..😁

September 2015, its etched into my memory

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16 minutes ago, billchao said:

I have also been trying to get the image of @GolfLug’s swing out of my memory for years 😜

 

8 hours ago, DaveP043 said:

September 2015, its etched into my memory

Ya know, I'm just gonna have kick y'all's butt this weekend. 😆

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6 minutes ago, dennyjones said:

That's not the list I thought you were going to say~!  :whistle:

Exactly. Better judgement took over as I didn't want my reputation points wiped out in one response. 🤣

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