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      Introducing TST "Clubs!"   08/28/2017

      No, we're not getting into the equipment business, but we do have "clubs" here on TST now. Groups. Check them out here:
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Hello from Missouri. My name is Charles and I have been playing since about '91. Haven't played since '03 after I hurt my back. Decided to take it up again recently and trying to relearn the game.

Started with a set of clubs pieced together one club at a time from area pawn shops. I recently picked up a set of 1 thru 4 wooden Stan Thompson drivers and full set of Ben Hogan PowerThurst irons. Last time I played back in '03 I shot around 100 to 115 and it took a lot of work for me to get down to that. I hope now that I have an actual set of clubs with appropriate length and angles that my game will improve. I hope to learn a lot from TST.

I worked in radio for fourteen years and then IT Director for the next twelve. Presently I am working as a meat cutter for a local supermarket.

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Hello from Missouri. My name is Charles and I have been playing since about '91. Haven't played since '03 after I hurt my back. Decided to take it up again recently and trying to relearn the game.

Started with a set of clubs pieced together one club at a time from area pawn shops. I recently picked up a set of 1 thru 4 wooden Stan Thompson drivers and full set of Ben Hogan PowerThurst irons. Last time I played back in '03 I shot around 100 to 115 and it took a lot of work for me to get down to that. I hope now that I have an actual set of clubs with appropriate length and angles that my game will improve. I hope to learn a lot from TST.

I worked in radio for fourteen years and then IT Director for the next twelve. Presently I am working as a meat cutter for a local supermarket.


Welcome Charles. I lived in your neck of the woods back in 79-80 and worked for Peabody Coal Co. close to Clinton (lived in Sedalia though).

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