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Yesterday I checked in on my poorly performing stocks, then I repainted my TM Ghost putter :-D Then after an early supper I went out to see if it worked as good as it looked. At least it looks good now :loco:

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Hey everyone. My name is Mike, I work in the culinary industry. I don't golf much and am not very good but that doesn't make it any less fun. One of my other hobbies is creating games out of LEGO. I actually made a golf game that you can check out here: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/84122

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