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Starting to have some more time again, I have been away from playing for 5 years and played very little over the past 10 years. My Lady has just gotten into golf and taking lessons. I'm working on revamping my swing and hopefully will enjoy playing some of the easier courses in the area. I'm in the Catawba County area. Literally walked out of my old golf shoes the other day...lol...Looks like a great forum, glad to be here.

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Glad to have you! This is a great community... I've learned a lot here since I started golf 6 or 7 years ago. Make sure to check out the "My Swings" thread, and some of the other instructional threads - there are some real jewels in here.

I do a lot of golfing near Charlotte, let me know if you are ever in the area!

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19 minutes ago, divot dave said:

Glad to have you! This is a great community... I've learned a lot here since I started golf 6 or 7 years ago. Make sure to check out the "My Swings" thread, and some of the other instructional threads - there are some real jewels in here.

I do a lot of golfing near Charlotte, let me know if you are ever in the area!

Thanks Dave

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Welcome to this community. The people here are very supportive and speak the language of golf - connecting players of all skill levels. Enjoy TST.

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Welcome to TST! We’re glad you joined and I’m sure you’ll find this site to be the best golf site there is. Excellent instruction and viewpoints from around the world! What are your current goals with your swing? We’ve got threads that cover everything! 

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