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22 minutes ago, boogielicious said:

Welcome! It’s cold here, but no snow. I’m just hit in to my practice net every day.

Ty Boogielicous,

ATM l do not have a net, we are waiting to immigrate to the USA, would have been already done if it was not for Covid and Trump, otherwise l would have had sorted my garden...

I did buy a Puttout home studio tho, so l should be sharper on the greens when March rolls around..



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