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Hello to all. New member here. Been surfing the trap for quite some time, but never created a profile. Not sure why to be honest. Looking forward to gaining valuable insight from this place.

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12 hours ago, Catcher20 said:

Hello to all. New member here. Been surfing the trap for quite some time, but never created a profile. Not sure why to be honest. Looking forward to gaining valuable insight from this place.

Welcome to the forum. We look forward to discussing golf with you. 

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Welcome.  This is a great forum.  Very knowledgeable and friendly members.  They have always answered all of my (dumb) questions.

P.S. That picture doesn't look like any course in SA.

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On April 13, 2016 at 11:54 AM, cnl390 said:

Welcome.  This is a great forum.  Very knowledgeable and friendly members.  They have always answered all of my (dumb) questions.

P.S. That picture doesn't look like any course in SA.

Nice catch! That was actually taken at Troon North Monument course in Scottsdale last August. 

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