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Originally Posted by sean_miller

The old school Taylor Made logo always reminded me of the beach - if you know what I'm sayin?!?

Not this one:

I mean the one right after that:

http://images.figleaves.com/product/290x371/r701190-p704743-front.jpg



It took me a second....but now I will never see old school TM the same ever again. LOL.

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Originally Posted by sean_miller

Maybe I just think any logo looks better in cursive writing or as a signature.


I sure do!  This is my favorite, which is why I choose the wedge as an avatar pic:

BobbyJonesLogo.gif

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Originally Posted by sean_miller

The old school Taylor Made logo always reminded me of the beach - if you know what I'm sayin?!?



I would like to call myself out for acting like a lemming and thinking "sure, sure I can see what he means" simply by font.  Then I clicked the spoiler alert and saw what you were getting at.

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+1 on the Scratch logo. Also like the Miura, but resembles the NY yankees logo too much. Always liked the old school Adidas logo [URL=http://thesandtrap.com/image/id/147889/width/1000/height/800][IMG]http://thesandtrap.com/image/id/147889/width/1000/height/500[/IMG][/URL]
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Originally Posted by romphill

I would like to call myself out for acting like a lemming and thinking "sure, sure I can see what he means" simply by font.  Then I clicked the spoiler alert and saw what you were getting at.



You're welcome.

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