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cepausm

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About cepausm

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  • Birthday 11/30/1976

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    Righty
  1. I still have quite a while until I retire but my vote is for The Villages, Fl www.thevillages.com My In-laws live there and it is always a good time. If you want to see how it is living there, they have a program where you stay there in a house for a week or two to try out the lifestyle. They have quite a few executive courses as well as championship courses. The executive courses are free for residents but you have to pay a membership for the championship courses if I remember right.
  2. Picked it up at the golf course next to the military base in Augsburg, Germany. All the americans got to play for next to nothing. Below is a link to the google maps location, I don't think they have an official website. http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&sour...02547;&t;=h&z;=16
  3. In High School I actually wanted to be an architect. I was accepted into the University of Nebraska but to get into their architecture program I would have had to take a full year of math to meet the requirements. That plus their program being a competitive one meaning I might not even have the chance to finish my degree as an architect made me rethink what I wanted to do. For lack of anything better to do I decide to join the Army since it was what my father was in and that’s what I know. Turned out to be one of the best decisions I’ve made. Became a computer analyst and used that training and knowledge that I got in the Army to get a job working in the defense industry as a contractor. I have since worked my way up to an IT project management position and while I would rather be playing some sport for a living I do enjoy what I do. One word of advice though is to make sure you take care of your degree while you’re young. I screwed around and partied when I was in the Army stationed in Germany and Florida. When the time came to get out I didn’t have a degree even started. I will actually finish my degree this year but it would have been a lot easier and probably not have taken so long if I had taken care of it while I was younger and didn’t have to ‘refresh’ my memory on certain subjects.
  4. Does anyone on here play in the Golf Channel's Am Tour? If so how do you like it? I am thinking about doing this next year since I will be done with school and will have some time on my hands. Is this a good amature tour or are there better ones out there?
  5. Guess thats why they call it "sin city"
  6. I would try either Wilson 50's or Wilson Zips. They are cheap and great balls.
  7. I was in Target yesterday doing the dreaded after christmas shopping and saw they had Callaway tour iX on clearance for $24.99. I live in Miramar, Fl and don't know if other Targets have the same deal. Just figured someone would want to go snap up a few dozen.
  8. I would recommend The Villages. It is just north of Orlando, Fl. www.thevillages.com Has quite a few courses.
  9. cepausm

    Moe Norman

    This is the best line onthe Wiki page. It is even said that on one hole his caddy told him he could get to the green with a driver and a nine iron. Naturally, he hit off the tee with his nine iron and then onto the green with his driver.
  10. cepausm

    USA vs Brazil

    USA by 2, this is going so much better then I thought it would. The US squad is really looking good right now and is able to counter a lot of Brazil attacks. Hopefully the defense can hold, Brazil is doing a lot of attacking.
  11. Has anyone in South Florida ever bought one of these in the past? If so do you think you got your money out of it? I see they added two of the Doral courses this year and since I work directly across the street from them I am thinking of doing it. Any thoughts? http://www.pcmgolf.com/premier/
  12. I shot 103 on Friday. The first three holes were brutal since we were rushed out on the course so we could get out in front of a big group. But after that calmed down and made a couple of pars and putted very well. All in all was a good round with my new Fusion irons.
  13. I'm going to have to agree with Cody, I like the Wilson Staff 50. I'm a high handicapper, but I do think this ball is a lot better for me then others I have tried.
  14. I bought a never compromise voodoo putter about 4 months ago. I love the putter, and feel that it was an excellent choice. I used to have a cheap putter from a beginners set, now I know what people mean when they say you can feel the ball through the stroke. The putter you linked to looks nice, I like the fact you can move the weights around.
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