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I'll get this started........... if you stop at the turn for a sit-down meal, I formally accuse YOU as being a non-golfer!!  I am sure we can come up with 100s of things................LOL

Who's next with an example??

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I'll get this started........... if you stop at the turn for a sit-down meal, I formally accuse YOU as being a non-golfer!!  I am sure we can come up with 100s of things................LOL

Who's next with an example??

There are cultures where stopping for a full lunch at the turn is de rigeur.

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Ya - there've been posts specifically about stopping for lunch at the turn . .that's one of my big pet peeves.  If you make me stop for lunch at the turn and we lose our place on the 10th tee . .WE ARE NO LONGER FRIENDS!

I used to play with this one guy . .so lame . .he would show up all dressed up in fancy golf clothes, spend forever stretching, insist on hitting the range, played super slow, always had to take a cart because "his back", wanted to stop at the turn for lunch. .actually insisted he needed to eat something substantial "or he would pass out". What a nancy, lol.    I'd like to see somebody pass out from not eating for 2 freaking hours, lol.  It's not like he was any good, either.

But you already listed stopping at the turn . .so I'll add . .if you have one of those ball-retrieving things . .you are NOT a golfer!

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Dang!  BuckeyeNut beat me to it.

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If you park a golf cart just off the fringe of the green......................I am accusing you of being a non-golfer!!

Driving the cart into any areas where you know you shouldn't is a no-no!!   If by chance you don't know cart rules.........you are a non-golfer!!!

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If you park a golf cart just off the fringe of the green......................I am accusing you of being a non-golfer!!

Is that @Jeremie Boop ??? :-P

You're not a golfer if you regularly use a foot or hand wedge.

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I am calling you out as a non-golfer if the 15th club in your bag is one of these.............. [URL=http://thesandtrap.com/content/type/61/id/106661/] [/URL] No real golfer carries one of these...LOL

Oh no you didnt..i have had that exact on since 1990. You are not a real golfer if you dont take out the flag when your ball is the closest to the pin when everbody is up.

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If you play those illegal golf balls that "supposedly" go further...................  I am calling you out as a "Non_Golfer"!!   And this is for numerous reasons!!!   Those balls are COMPLETE ROCKS that sukk azz......you'd have to be complete a non-golfer to even consider playing one of those horrible excuses for a golf ball!

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... you cancel or postpone your tee time if there's a 50% chance of rain or less.

... you pack up your clubs for the year on Labor Day

... you won't play if it's below 50°F

... you pack up your clubs when the leaves start to line the fairways

... you take more than 3 practice swings (I play with a guy that literally takes 8-10 full practice swings in rapid succession before every fairway shot)

... you let your woods/hybrids/driver clank and bang around while bouncing down the fairway in the golf cart, sounding like someone's dragging a Christmas tree behind the cart (rather than using your headcovers !!!!)

... you don't know who Michael Breed, David Feherty, Lauren Thompson, or Martin Hall are ...

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What on earth, in ur mind,  is wrong with a ball retriever?  Man, i can collect a dozen beauties from the pond, if i have time.  Usually the Marshall is pushing too hard to keep moving to permit  me to go fishing.

Well, i totally DISAGREE with U.

And i always carry a big UMBRELLA. That 'wrong' too?

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