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Retired 2 years ago from the mining industry, worked in the far north (desert country) of South Australia for about 30 years.
Gardening and golf now occupy a big part of my time.
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Hi there everyone. I am an Aussie stranded on the African Island of Mauritius. Been here for 2 years now and its not a bad place to live. I work for Starwood Hotels and Resorts. We have some beautiful golf courses here but not a single golf shop which is extremely frustrating as I am trying to upgrade my 11 year old Powerbilt Grand Slams. If anyone is ever thinking about heading over here, I would be more than happy to organise a game of golf (so long as I can play as well) - am also brand new to this forum!!
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I'm an assistant golf pro at a public/private course in southern Mass. i'm working through my pga apprenticeship and will hopefully be a club pro in the next year to year and half. i'm at the course about 80 hours (but that includes playing 5 days) a week over 6 days. i have saturdays off so i can play in the local tourneys. lots of work, but it will all be worth it in the end.

Driver: Titleist 909 D2 9.5*
Fairway: Wood Nike Sasquatch 15*
Hybrid: Titleist 585 21*
Irons: AP2 4 - PW
Wedges: Scratch 53* 58*

Putter: Scotty Cameron California Hollywood

 

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I'm a desktop support specialist for a global security company based in FL. Just got serious about improving my golf game this year and looking forward to gaining knowledge here to help me get better.
Cheers!
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I work with disabled folks and will soon graduate college

Cleveland Launcher DST 10.5*

Ping G15 17*

Mizuno MP-53 4-PW with GS-95

Mizuno MPT-11 Black Nickel 52* and 58* with GS-95

Ping Redwood Anser

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I am a commercial photographer who specializes in photographing golf courses. Tough job but somebody has to do it. Actually it's not an easy way to make a living and it's frustrating getting to see a lot of great courses but not having the time to play them, but I must say, I really enjoy the work.
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I look at people's innards. (CAT scan Technologist)

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Titleist 910 D3 Motore F3
Ping G15 4wd TFC
Adams A12 20* RIP'd VS Proto, Adams CB2 Forged 4-GW DGSL S300 Scratch 8620 54* and 58*

Mizuno Bettinardi BC4 TaylormadeTP Red/ Wilson Staff FG tour

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I work for the Veterans Administration after retiring for the US Army. Just started golfing and this will be my 3rd year.

I just can't get enough of the game. I come by here a few times a week.

Steve
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i give endowment management advice to non-profits. not crazy about it, but it gives me the flexibility to play 9 pretty much any evening. not bad i suppose.

905T 9.5* Driver, Aldilla NV &
Great Big Bertha S2H2 10* Driver (1996), DG X100
906F2 18* Metal, DG X200
DCI 990 1-iron, DG S300
690MB 2-PW, Rifle 6.5 Apex Redline 3-E (1992), Apex 448-06, 54-14, 58-8, 60-4 Oil Can, Rifle Flighted 6.5Studio Design 1.5 PutterRadial Blade Putter (1992)

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Working as a doctor in a small country town... just for 6 months.
Great thing is membership at the local golf course (which I have been told Vijay Singh once played on a few years ago in the yearly Pro comp) is an amazing $150!!
Good time to get back in to golf... seriously this time.

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Cleveland HiBore XL Tour 9.5deg . Fujikura Fit-On-M Red S-Flex | Titleist 904F 15deg . Rifle 6.0 | Nike Pro Combo 3-PW . Rifle 6.0 | Clevelang CG15 52/56deg | Odyssey White Hot Tour #1 | Footjoy DryJoys | Calloway Cart Bag

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I am a new member trying to get my required posts out of the way. I am a Police Officer Here in AZ. But really I work so I can Golf and watch/coach my kids play sports.
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