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1 hour ago, tlazzol said:

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

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True, but only one actually is! I work for that one :)  

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Wow, a lot of IT guys............cough nerds cough..........just kidding, don't hurt me. I'm a college student, majoring in sororities if you catch my drift.

I'm a software/web consultant. I like looking through the server logs mid-day to see who's browsing the main site (we don't keep statistics on forum usage). It's always a bunch of people using thei

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I am a configuration specialist for a software company here in Lansing, Michigan

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I have my own SEO (Search Engine Optimization) company.  Not as much time for golf as I would like!!

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I am an instructor at a community college, Great Basin College, in Elko, NV.  I teach Electrical Systems Technology.  Having summers off, and a short work week, make playing golf much easier than having the traditional schedule!!  Cheers!!

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I'm a truck driver nothing fancy I work Wednesday thru Sunday so I get two days off i golf at least once a week maybe twice if my honey dies are all paid up

 

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44 minutes ago, whowantstheworld said:

Marketing, copywriting, graphic design, business development etc. for a large English construction firm. Spend a large % of the day reading 'fix your slice' threads on TST.

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small business owner, we make stuff, we sell stuff, at the end of day we hope we make a profit

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Gooday everyone. I am Geoff 67yo live in Queensland Australia. Still work casual as a consultant trainer in the health and safety industry

I hit most irons ok but the driver, off to the right slice. I have just bought the latest Callaway. Distance not an issue. I start with 9 iron about 120 meters.

So cure this annoying slice

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I work for an Insurance Carrier in Ohio. I am a regional sales manager calling on our appointed independent insurance agencies in an effort to get them to write more business with us.

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