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KevCarter

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About KevCarter

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  • Birthday 11/30/1956

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    Rice Lake Wisconsin

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    Righty

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  1. Thank you RulesMan, I have nothing but respect for you. In hindsight, I was being very thin skinned, and I apologize for not taking your post in the spirit you intended. May I please have a mulligan? Kevin
  2. That would be fine. Golf professionals live at the golf course in order to cater to golfers just like those on these websites. We work very long hours because we love it, and I don't feel we need to be ashamed of spending "90% of our time minding the store" as another posted and deleted. I don't care to post where I am thought of as irrelevant because of my profession. For the record, I don't believe the PGA or the PGA Tour needs a larger role in the rules. Too much chance of making decisions from a business standpoint. I think the rules are too pure for that to happen, and would leave the rules makers wide open for criticism whether $$$ came into play or not. Thank you,
  3. Please let me know your handle on other forums so I can start avoiding you...
  4. I always appreciate your posts. I wasn't aware of that decision (20-2c/0.8) and very happy to have learned from you again today! Kevin
  5. This software will do the job, and the company is very responsive and user friendly. http://www.golfsoftware.com/products/lm/golf-league-software.aspx
  6. I can't afford an attorney, so I fixed it. ROTFL Cheers!
  7. I bought the hardcover version this summer, thanks for the reminder. This thread is giving me the push I need to find the time to read it... Kevin
  8. Looks like we just posted on top of each other David. I like your detailed explanation. Cheers!
  9. 27/16 Ball Declared Lost Is Found Before Another Ball Put into Play Q. A player searched for his ball for two minutes, declared it lost and started back to play another ball at the spot from which the original ball was played. Before he put another ball into play, his original ball was found within the five-minute period allowed for search. What is the ruling? A. A player cannot render a ball lost by a declaration - see Definition of "Lost Ball." The original ball remained in play - see Definition of "Ball in Play."
  10. LOL It has to be a joke. Fourputt, calm down, your going to have a heart attack!!!
  11. ...and actually, it's gotten worse. Am I the only one who thinks it may be a bad joke? Nobody could be this far off on legitimate answers, could they?
  12. LOL Nope, the hits just keep coming. You're going to be busy again when you get back...
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