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About Cole_21

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  1. Its not mine guys, I was emailed this pics to post. I will post some pics of mine. I am in the land clearing stage. 2 par 3's ( 180 yds ) ( 155 yds )
  2. David Papa Duval - Will he make the cut?

    I want to say that he will make the cut, but I highly doubt it.
  3. I lost a good friend yesterday...

    I agree. Thanks for talking to me, when I really needed it.
  4. I lost a good friend yesterday...

    I agree. I have a 2003 Porsche 996tt (650hp with upgrades) and sometimes I think of selling it because I am playing a dangerous game. Sometimes we just have to take a step back and say is it worth it.
  5. I lost a good friend yesterday...

    Cory had been married for 30 days. Ben, had a wife and a newborn daughter.
  6. RIP Ben Keaton http://www.nbc4.tv/news/4562562/detail.html Be safe guys, you never know when your time is.
  7. Michelle Wie's Letter

    I completely agree.^^^
  8. I havent received any pics?
  9. $12.50 to $20 per square foot. The average synthetic green costs $12,000 to $14,000.
  10. cole_mcconnell21@yahoo.com
  11. If you go real, you will have maintenance that you will have to take care of. ( mowing, topdressing, aerating, watering ) If you go synthetic, you will have to pay someone to do it for you. I personally think they are a waste of money but that is just my 2 cents. If you are going to put a green in your backyard go real and have a fun time with it. If you have any more questions feel free to ask. Here is a site I think you should check out: http://www.putting-greens.com/
  12. One question. Real or Synthetic?
  13. I have played Pebble Beach twice.