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I'm a medically retired Army Veteran. 8 years and two tours to Iraq. Now I'm a full time student going for my HVAC DEGREE!

Thank you for your service. I wish you much success, oh, and welcome to TST... :beer:

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Cool, I too work for a tribe.-The Minnesota Chippewa Tribe as an Employment Specialist. Been here for 10 years. Newer to golf. I goofed around a bit with it when I was younger. But got back into it last year and am consumed with it now!

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I am semi-retired, spent 26 years , serving/executing search and arrests warrants. From point man to team leader to overall commander. Had to relinquish team when named deputy chief. I now work for another jurisdiciation in a totally new capacity. As such I can play 2-3 times a week and hit the range daily if I feel like it..
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I am semi-retired, spent 26 years , serving/executing search and arrests warrants. From point man to team leader to overall commander. Had to relinquish team when named deputy chief.

I now work for another jurisdiciation in a totally new capacity.

As such I can play 2-3 times a week and hit the range daily if I feel like it..

That had to be challenging work.

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Currently a high school student but work at a snow cone place during the summer and I do computer stuff for my dad and his friends and I make some money from that. Plan on majoring in business or petroleum engineering in college though.

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College professor, small business owner, parent, and husband. Somehow I find 1-2 hours a day for golf and other activities...then again I do not watch TV and mostly work from 6am-10pm every day:(

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Marine Corp Retiree, Professional Student, Criminal Justice Degree Minor in Law, Security Contractor (When I need money), Sheriff, and just had my first son. I have golfed over the years and finally trying to pick it up as a full time since I have dropped most of my activities because of injuries.

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I'm a prep/diet coach that works mostly with athletes(football/power lifting)and competitive bodybuilders..i play every Friday and about every other Tuesday..I enjoy golf even thou my build is not the optimal golfers build but I manage my game to fit my can's and cannot s...

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