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I work for a Network Manufacturer with HQ's located in Silicon Valley. I have been consumed with other "hobbies"  for the last three 5 years or more but am now excited about picking up the game again. I work from a home office but do a lot of travel, mostly in the Western USA.

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I'm in the Navy and will soon pick back up as a business major.  Started golfing heavily a few months ago with hopes to compete in, at least, local tournaments.  Unfortunately, I fractured my spine while snowboarding on New Year's Day, but I've healed enough to get out a play a little bit.  Played in a scramble over the past weekend and discovered I can drive the ball over 300 yards, straight.  Ready to fully heal so I can get back out there full time. 

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I am retired.  First from the Army after 21yrs, then from corporate life. I was the Sr Director of Technology Services working with media companies. One of our projects was http://www.augusta.com this at one time(before an disagreement with the PGA) was the largest Masters Tournament web site.

I used to get to go out prior to make sure the ISDN lines were functioning prior to the tournament starting.  The disagreement with the PGA was over live real time scoring online.  Still this site drew over 65 million page views last year.

Now, I take care of the honey-do lists, fly my airplane and play golf.

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I am a strength and conditioning coach working for a MLB organization. I am currently with a minor league team and loving every minute of it. And it affords me plenty of time to golf.

I love to talk training so if anyone has questions, do not hesitate to ask.

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I am an Engineering Manager for one of the big US Telco's.  (Hint: The one with the best wireless and landline networks in the world :) )  

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15 hours ago, Antneye said:

I am an Engineering Manager for one of the big US Telco's.  (Hint: The one with the best wireless and landline networks in the world :) )  

Wait, they each are "the best".  :whistle:  

Welcome to the Sand Trap.

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