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Just now, Abu3baid said:

Whats the longest putt challenge

It could be the longest putt of the day, or a win on a putt made over a set distance, like 10 feet or longer. Whoever makes the most putts over a set distance wins the putting challenge.

Just adding a little icing on the cake.

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4 hours ago, jbishop15 said:

Thanks guys! I'm now the ripe old age of 24. 

I was just about to say "happy birthday!"  Now I agree with @iacas

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1 hour ago, iacas said:

Jerk.

;-)

 

50 minutes ago, DaveP043 said:

I was just about to say "happy birthday!"  Now I agree with @iacas

:beer:

Fellas, fellas; don't be jealous! I haven't quite hit my athletic and intellectual prime. I'm not a perfect human yet! :-P:-P:-P

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20 hours ago, jbishop15 said:

 

Fellas, fellas; don't be jealous! I haven't quite hit my athletic and intellectual prime. I'm not a perfect human yet! :-P:-P:-P

Happy belated Hunter!!

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Wow a lot of birthdays today!

First I'll start with GAME Golf's very own @LindaGee, who can kick everyone's butt at tennis and who heads up the shooting star known as GAME Golf, one of our illustrious and hand-selected partners here in 2016.

Then we have some others, including: @ClubPro28, @Byeinstein, @tonycroob, and @Gregglink. Happy birthday, y'all!

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1 hour ago, iacas said:

Wow a lot of birthdays today!

First I'll start with GAME Golf's very own @LindaGee, who can kick everyone's butt at tennis and who heads up the shooting star known as GAME Golf, one of our illustrious and hand-selected partners here in 2016.

Then we have some others, including: @ClubPro28, @Byeinstein, @tonycroob, and @Gregglink. Happy birthday, y'all!

Happy Birthday all!

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