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2 minutes ago, patbrost said:

Dick move man. 

So is what you've been doing, which is why you got a warning for it.

This site doesn't exist so you can court people to leave it and do things elsewhere.

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4 hours ago, bkuehn1952 said:

@Jay G @dkolo @14ledo81 are from Wisconsin, I think. Check in with them.

Yah! I'm in central WI. I think. I just moved here and I kinda don't know where anything is, haha. I'm happy to make new golf friends here. Unless @RFKFREAK wants to schlep over to play :-P

 

1 hour ago, iacas said:

If he sends you a PM inviting you to a Facebook group, let me know… :-P

Intrigue! I feel like I missed a post somewhere...

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I am also not on Facebook.

12 hours ago, patbrost said:

Dick move man. 

 

Not really.  Just use this site to talk golf and invite people to outings.

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SE Wisconsin located, randomly in the general Milwaukee area.

I'm on facebook for family stuff but not looking for new FB groups.

This site is where I play my virtual golf. I think we ... , well ... , maybe I'll go start a new thread after I search and see if one is already existing for Wisconsin since I want to actually play some golf this upcoming season.

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In the Menomonie area looking for golf buddies around here. I usually golf Monday's and Tuesday's  due to work. Give a shout will see what we can arrange. 

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On 2/3/2017 at 2:18 PM, patbrost said:

Looking for NW WI golfers?  

yes, where are you from ?  I live in Oshkosh

 

On 2/3/2017 at 7:34 PM, Jakester23 said:

Milwaukee area golfer here. Also I'm not on Facebook. 

what courses do you play in Milwaukee. Do you play in Madison at all ? Have you played in Lake Geneva at all ?

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On 2/6/2017 at 12:31 PM, Jay G said:

Lake Geneva area golfer here!

The old Playboy club. very unique course. lots of history there.

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Here in Menomonie area we have tanglewood greens nice 18 hole new owners and they’ve sunk a fair bit of coin in fixing up the place. Love the course and new clubhouse. 

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Well I’m new to the game so it varies day to day which holes blow the hardest lol. But still keep going out. Still have to Break the triple digit disasters got close but just missed it by that much(Maxwell Smart) yes I’m that old 

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