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On 12/3/2020 at 7:19 PM, Double Mocha Man said:

When you missed that one foot putt did you tell him your name was Bill Buckner?  😁

No, I like to pretend that never happened. Almost 35 years ago, and I still can't watch the replays! Instead, when I really connect with a drive, I tell him I'm Big Papi.

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11 hours ago, Sandy Divot said:

No, I like to pretend that never happened. Almost 35 years ago, and I still can't watch the replays! Instead, when I really connect with a drive, I tell him I'm Big Papi.

Most golfers tend to be more like the Bird Mark Fidrych. 

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1 hour ago, dennyjones said:

Are you old enough to remember him?  He was fun to watch but his hat tried to hide in his hair! 😄

Well the reference was how golfers try to talk to their ball. The Bird took talking to the ball to a new level! 

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3 hours ago, dennyjones said:

Are you old enough to remember him?  He was fun to watch but his hat tried to hide in his hair! 😄

Sadly, he died here in Massachusetts. But he was fun to watch!

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On 12/3/2020 at 11:11 AM, NM Golf said:

My personal favorite!91RcuKa224L._AC_UY1000_.thumb.jpg.512f7ce39694fda79d3582f6ac8ada8e.jpg

No in all honesty I feel the same way @iacas feels, they are purely functional until they are so gross that they must be tossed. Working at a golf course for all these years has ruined me from buying hats when I play different courses. I know how much those hats really cost wholesale, and I have a hard time paying $35-$40 for a $13 hat, I don't care if it does say Pinehurst no 2 on it. 

 

 

No way! That hat would clash with my pink suspenders.

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