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Hi everyone and thanks for this great community.  I look forward to getting your input and advice and hopefully sharing a little of my own from time to time.

I am 32 and currently live in Ocean Springs Mississippi and graduated from the Univerisity of Mississippi, OLE MISS! Golf and Fishing are my main hobbies and I have 4 dogs that love to shag my chips shots in the back yard.  I play to an 8 handicap and try to play in as many tournaments as I can each year.

Currently in my bag are a set of Ping ISI BeCu irons 3-PW, 52 degree Ping Tour Wedge, 56 degree Ping Tour Wedge, Odyssey 3300 XDF Putter (cut down to 33 inches), Jack Nicklaus Tour 3 wood & 5 wood, and a Ping G15 9 degree drive (460cc).  On average I get to play golf once a week and have recently started hitting range balls during my lunch hour at work.  Luckily there is a range less than a mile away!

Nice to meet everyone and thanks again for this forum.


BeCu Ping


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