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A future golfer entered into our world yesterday (3/21) at 1:41 PM! Won’t be long until she is kicking her dads keister all around the course! Sorry, but this isn’t a passive brag it’s a full on brag haha. Her older sister already (2yrs) already has a plastic golf set and  tells me “dada lets golf” when I walk through the door. Looking forward to some fun times on the course in the near future...

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2 minutes ago, iacas said:

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Congratulations!!!!

No reputation needed for this one and thank you sir!!

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Congratulations to you and the family.

As a fellow father of two (Boys 4 and 1) all i can say is enjoy the monent and good luck. You can join me rocking in the corner and quietly crying in a month or two :-P

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4 hours ago, RussUK said:

Congratulations to you and the family.

As a fellow father of two (Boys 4 and 1) all i can say is enjoy the monent and good luck. You can join me rocking in the corner and quietly crying in a month or two :-P

Hahaha. Thank you sir. 

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On 3/22/2018 at 11:20 PM, iacas said:

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Congratulations!!!!

I echo this, CONGRATULATIONS!!  Now go and post it on the Golf Talk forum, and get some thumbs.  After all, she IS a future golfer.

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