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Hi everyone. The names mike and I'm from upstate New York. Currently I am a student in college but my job currently is a day trader in the FOREX market (currency exchange). I have been golfing for about 6 years now and I'm improving my game constantly. I look forward to being a part of this golf community. Thanks
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Welcome to the forum! Lots of good information here and other helpful golfers and pros.

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Welcome. Here's a thread that might interest you… unfortunately!

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Welcome to TST.

The best place I've found for good information about improving your golf.

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Welcome, and yes...tons of great info on here. Enjoy your stay.

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You guys read he works in FOREX exchange and you just start rolling the red carpet out for him? I want to know where was the welcoming committee when I joined? I need to change careers quickly! :) No but really, I'm sure you'll have fun here! Welcome!
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You guys read he works in FOREX exchange and you just start rolling the red carpet out for him? I want to know where was the welcoming committee when I joined?

I need to change careers quickly! :)

No but really, I'm sure you'll have fun here! Welcome!

Easy on the tears there @Abu3baid , you'll soak yer beard...

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Easy on the tears there @Abu3baid , you'll soak yer beard... :-P

Hey there, let us keep my beard out of this.. Besides it already got soaked today when I hit the green on a par 3 120 yard hole and then 5 putted!! First time I've done that on my life... Not to the OP don't take putt advice from me!

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Thanks to all for the welcome. And that winter depression thread sadly does apply to me :( although I do have one indoor range close by so I can practice my short game. Cant wait until all of the snow melts though. Looking forward to the upcoming season.

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