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Hey all, 

Currently in Washington State, stationed at JBLM. I am 52, love golfing. Took a 12 year hiatus and have found the time to start smacking again. I am a 20 handicap. 

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Welcome to TST! I used to live in the Tri-City area, Richland. I loved it there. I’m in Florida now. I’m also 52. Glad you’re back in the game! Cheers.

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6 hours ago, Sapper said:

Hey all, 

Currently in Washington State, stationed at JBLM. I am 52, love golfing. Took a 12 year hiatus and have found the time to start smacking again. I am a 20 handicap. 

Spent 11 years in Seattle. I sure do miss The Home Course in DuPont!

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10 hours ago, Sapper said:

Thank you. It amazing how I picked it back up pretty quickly. 

Careful. The Golf Gods are listening.😄

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