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Hello, I am a golf junkie! Wow that felt good to get out, and I’m glad I’m amongst others.

Now for a brief bio…I got a relatively late start for most, 14. First round of high school tryouts I shot a 46. You would think one’s golf game would take off into orbit, but we all know golf. It’s quite the humbling sport. Anyways, I’ve been involved with golf my entire life. I am a PGA Professional and I’ve done every duty possible at a golf course. I’ve worked USGA and PGA Tour events, and have many friends that work among the golf community. You name it; I’ve probably dabbled in it.

I am a Brand Ambassador for . Our purpose is to help our customers enjoy the game of golf through distinctive product selection, personalized services and innovation. With that, I’m not here to sell or push anything to you guys. I am here to offer my knowledge, experience, and just talk golf.

I hope to make some great friends!


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Impressive bio, golf is in your blood!! Great stuff!!

Would sure love some feedback on my swing, I've posted in my swing section. Probably need to post some better vids!

I'll have to check out your site.



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Thanks!! I just checked out your blog! Keep up the good work. I'll see if I can sift through the threads and find your swing. I'd love to take a look and help you out!


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I'm after a new clig gear 3.5 cart - seems like you have a good deal going but no actual price!!

If you could send me a private message some details would be great.

Would the flat rate shipping fee for order of $199 apply to Australia?


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