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Nole77

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About Nole77

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  • Birthday 11/30/1976

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  1. I second the Siesta Keys/Sarasota area recommendation. Punta Gorda is also beautiful.
  2. Deflect, deflect, deflect. Still no substance, just knocking the management for asking you to provide substance. Apparently their secret agenda isn't so secret. At this point I can safely say I have no flipping idea what your product actually is.
  3. Sorry I cropped the shot above to only show the actual forum post and not the green bars. I'll see if I can get it to do it and give you a full screen clip.
  4. I tried carrying for six months and then purchased a clicgear. Best purchase I ever made. I agree with Lumpuckeroo, my back would start bothering me from constantly picking up the bag from the ground or the times it would spill over. You still get just as much exercise and it makes the round much more enjoyable. Another great advantage is that on really sunny summer days in Florida I setup my umbrella. Makes a huge difference by the end of the round.
  5. Hmm..I just noticed this happening to me too...it's definitely not zoomed in and I'm on a 22" widescreen at 1680x1050. It appears to only happen with YouTube videos.
  6. Looks like you're zoomed in to me. When I zoom in on my 24" screen the same thing happens.
  7. Sorry but that's just .... You have no idea how far this has gone for her. For all you know, she could also be knocking off banks at night and does this for kicks during the day. Point is, when people decide to do something that is blatantly against the law, there is no half measures in my book. As someone else noted, I believe criminals that are caught but not turned in are more likely to think that they can get away with it again rather than being "scared straight". By the way, jail time isn't the only sentence that comes from this. That's left to the judge to decide and typicall
  8. These guys right? http://www.la.bbb.org/business-reviews/Golf-Equipment-and-Supplies-Retail/Warrior-Custom-Golf-Inc-in-Irvine-CA-13004393
  9. Only if you want a different grip than what is put on by default. I have also purchased extensively from Callaway Preowned. Great service. I've actually had to send back a driver that started to come apart, they cross-shipped a replacement overnight after one call. That was 6 months after I purchased it.
  10. I see, so as long as I'm virtually certain my ball didn't go into the water, I can hit a provisional in case I can't find the original. If I then find my original ball, I continue to play it as normal. If I can't find the original, I play my provisional with a one stroke penalty.
  11. Ok, so reading through all of this thread...I just had something along these lines happen to me on Sunday. I teed up my first ball and blocked it right over a small lake. My playing partner and I didn't see it go into the water nor did we see a splash. I teed up a second ball and hit a (declared)provisional thinking that if my first had gone into the water I would have seen the splash. We moved up to the lake and I see my first ball sitting on the embankment on the far side. It looks like I shouldn't have declared my second tee shot a provisional and should have just con
  12. Heh, OP was from 2008. I think there's a more recent thread with clicgear stuff on here somewhere.
  13. Meh, off-topic but I walked 18 yesterday in 100 degree weather with high humidity. It's not as bad as some people think, then again, I've gotten rather used to it so it doesn't bother me as much. Actually managed to shoot one of my better rounds recently of 84. As to the topic, OP, you come off as a dbag yourself. As was pointed out, your post was taken at face value. Next time, you may want to spend that extra time working out how your going to take your next shot or helping your playing partner by keeping your eye on his shot. 115 is pretty damned good for having started pl
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