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Hi everbody just joined the fun on there fourm here i start play golf about 2 months ago and just got addiceted to it so here i am geting my fix on the fourm ha ha ha

hi and look foward to geting good advice on the fourm here

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Welcome ! You come to the right place ! All info on golf can be found here ! Enjoy your game, don't rush...take your time, get a coach to learn and enjoy playing with your friends and family !
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