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Accountant for one of the big 5

big 5? what would the fifth be? Last I checked it's been big 4 since the fall of AA.

Driver: R7 Draw 9.0
Hybrid: Burner Rescue 22
Irons: VR Full Cavity 4-AW
Putter: Anser 3

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I'm a corrosion technician, dealing with underground pipeline corrosion. I usually live in hotels, but I take my golf clubs most of the time.
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I work in the field of clinical research as a CRA (Clinical Research Associate) or monitor for studies involving infectious disease and oncology. I'm very lucky to love what I do!

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Im a senior in high school. I am attending UND (University of North Dakota) this fall to major in Aviation. Currently, I work as a Customer Service Associate at Blue Ash Aviation, and I also work at Java Johnny's Coffee Shop.
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I am an optometrist.

Irons: MP 57 with Project X Rifle 6.0 shafts
Driver: Big Bertha 460 (9 degree loft) with UST ProForce 66g V2X Graphite Shaft
Wedges: Spin Milled Black Nickel 56.14, Spin Milled Black Nickel 60.07, Spin Milled Black Nickel 52.08 (next purchase)
Putter: White Hot XG #6
Ball: TP Red

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