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8 minutes ago, Tee2GreenCanada said:

I own golf stores in canada

Welcome to TST!  What part of Canada, close to me like Sarnia? 

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5 hours ago, rvanculin said:

I am a control room operator at an electric generating station

Welcome to The Sand Trap!

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I'm a retired Police Officer.  Currently working at a local elementary school as a head day shift custodian.  Old enough to retire again but not sure I want to.

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Retired and finally free from family responsibilities so hopefully play more rounds once this pandemic is over.

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Unemployed school bus driver, former cable splicer for AT&T

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I am a Certified Financial Planner and Financial Advisor

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I collect retirement checks. I'm pretty good at it too. 

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I am new to the Sand Trap. I look forward to talking golf as it is my passion!

I owned a couple of golf shops and did fittings and lessons. I unfortunately had to stop

work because of Chronic Illness but am slowly recovering now.

In my time off I made a golf jokes page which was fun.

Ok, now I am off to search the forum as I want to discuss "shallowing the club"

Tee it high and let it fly!!!

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I finally retired last August after 41 years 11 months 9 days with one of the largest oilfield equipment and service companies in the world.  My last gig there was VP of IT.  I must admit, I miss the professional interaction, getting to fly all over the world on the company dime, eating out at great restaurants worldwide and staying in very nice hotels.  Do not miss the politics that were ever present the last 6 years.

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Software engineer for a cloud computing company.

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