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I'm seeking five golfers who can review the Players Towel: https://www.playerstowel.com . You'll receive a personalized TST Players Towel and all you'll have to do is write an honest, thorough review of it here in this forum (https://thesandtrap.com/forums/forum/36-member-reviews/).

If you're not a Supporter, please consider becoming one, as these types of reviews more often go to the more dedicated members of the site: Supporters and Forum Leaders. You can support TST here: https://thesandtrap.com/store/category/1-tst-supporter-options/ .

The first five Supporters (of any vintage, including brand new ones!) and/or Forum Leaders with will likely be chosen.

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I'll give it a try.  As long as it's the larger, of the 2 towel sizes...

I've always said that the ONLY correct option is a full sized bath towel, and have never found a "golf towel" to measure up.

Let's see!

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22 minutes ago, upndown21 said:

Count me in! 

I'm looking for Supporters and Forum Leaders. You can become a Supporter, of course. Almost pays for itself right away.

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On 11/10/2017 at 2:59 PM, phillyk said:

I would like to do this! Being in PNW in winter will give me a chance to measure it up for moisture capabilities against other towels. 

On 11/10/2017 at 9:07 PM, David in FL said:

I'll give it a try.  As long as it's the larger, of the 2 towel sizes...

I've always said that the ONLY correct option is a full sized bath towel, and have never found a "golf towel" to measure up.

Let's see!

On 11/11/2017 at 11:39 AM, Vinsk said:

I’d be happy to.

On 11/11/2017 at 3:17 PM, socialputts said:

I'd love to do this!  

6 hours ago, bmartin461 said:

I would be interested in reviewing, not happy with the size/function of my current towel.

Thanks!

If the five of you would send me a PM with your name and mailing address, please and thank you.

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On November 10, 2017 at 9:07 PM, David in FL said:

I'll give it a try.  As long as it's the larger, of the 2 towel sizes...

I've always said that the ONLY correct option is a full sized bath towel, and have never found a "golf towel" to measure up.

Let's see!

So have I. Been using just old bath towels forever and have never seen anything else thats more useful. Just more expensive. Id be interested in seeing this thing compared to just a normal old towel. 

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