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I build e-commerce stores.... my job titles are co-owner, Account Manager & Web Developer. It's more on the business side rather than the "geeky" side.
Whats in my Golf Bag:
Driver: Nike Sumo 5000
5 Wood: Mizuno MP-001
Iron: Mizuno MX-950 5-PW
Wedge: Cobra FP 60 degrePutter: Odyssey 2-BallBall: Yellow balls
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Hi all,

Computer geek here as well...systems intergrator/administrator. I work as a contractor for the Army.

Driver: R7 460cc 9.5* (Stiff Shaft)
3W:Firesole (Reg Shaft)
Hybrid: 3i 22* graphite (Stiff Shaft)
Irons: G5 3-PW (Reg Shaft)
Wedges: iWedge 52* Vokey 56*Putter: White Steel 2-ballBall: Platinum One

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I finally found something that allowed me to leave the corporate "Rat Race".

I now have my own marketing company and work with people that are looking for a change in their life and a way to earn an unlimited income. I provide a vehicle for them and assist them in establishing their own business.

When you can make an incredible income sharing something your passionate about (Golf & Travel) while assisting others to improve their life and achieve their goals, well it just doesn't get much better than that!

If this sounds interesting to you, feel free to contact me. You can do this too! No pressure selling, we simply provide information and let people decide for themselves.
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I am a student of International Business Administration and Languages at the University of Innsbruck in Tyrol, Austria.
"For a Living" I am working as a professional ski instructor and trainer here. Not too much snow this year though...

Wish it was already May. Started golf last summer and can't wait to play again.

Greetings from Austria!
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I am a financial advisor.
I really thank God to give me this job! I usually play golf with my clients...so often I get two birds with one stone!
In My Bag:
Driver:
Nike SasQuatch 460 9.5 deg - Fujikura Prototype X
3 Wood:
Orlimar Trimetal Plus 14 deg - Fujikura Prototype XIrons: Titleist 735CM (3-PW) - TT DG 300SWedges: Titleist Vokey 50 & 54 & 60Putter: Scotty Cameron Laguna Oil Can - Custom Shop Restored to Pro...
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Network Administrator & Oracle DBA. I also moonlight as an independent consultant designing and setting up small business networks. Keeps me busy, but I still get to play 2 or 3 times a month and practice 5 or 6 times a month to maintain my game in reasonable form.

In my Srixon staff bag:

Driver: Titleist 909D2 8.5 - Grafalloy Epic X
Fairway: Adams RPM LP 13 degree - Grafalloy Epic X
Hybrids: Adams Idea Pro 18 degree - DGSL X100Irons: MacGregor 1025M 3-PW - DG X100SW: Titleist Vokey Spin Milled 54 - DG X100LW: Titleist Vokey Spin Milled 58 - DG X100Putter...

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Retired now, but formerly was a program manager for acquisition of aircraft & support for USN, USMC and foreign military customers. At different times, I worked on F-14, AIM-54, C/KC-130T, H1, SH-2, SH-3, T-39 programs and probably some others.
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I am a Regulatory Affairs Manager for a marketing company. I spent 10 years in the US Army and put away my BDU's and Boots about 2 years ago. I speak Japanese and Chinese and love to golf.

Dual Point 10.5 Stiff Driver
Dual Point 3 Wood
NPS-1 Irons
Dual Slot 52, 56, 60 Wedges
Newport 2

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I am a Financial Advisor. I play golf with my clients, so I can get "two birds with one stone"!!!!
In My Bag:
Driver:
Nike SasQuatch 460 9.5 deg - Fujikura Prototype X
3 Wood:
Orlimar Trimetal Plus 14 deg - Fujikura Prototype XIrons: Titleist 735CM (3-PW) - TT DG 300SWedges: Titleist Vokey 50 & 54 & 60Putter: Scotty Cameron Laguna Oil Can - Custom Shop Restored to Pro...
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Hi PaulK,
how is New Mexico? Do you miss Hackensack?
That's a really small world! Let me tell you a little story about Hackensack....I once went back to San Francisco and I had to send something back at home urgently... so I went to a Post Office... the postmaster did not believe that Hackensack really exists!!! (She thought that it was a fictional place because of Lex Luthor's girlfriend... in one of the first movies, she helps Superman and asks him to save her parents who live in Hackensack...) !!!!!
In My Bag:
Driver:
Nike SasQuatch 460 9.5 deg - Fujikura Prototype X
3 Wood:
Orlimar Trimetal Plus 14 deg - Fujikura Prototype XIrons: Titleist 735CM (3-PW) - TT DG 300SWedges: Titleist Vokey 50 & 54 & 60Putter: Scotty Cameron Laguna Oil Can - Custom Shop Restored to Pro...
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