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Old 2 May 2024, 05:24 AM   #91
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please do forgive my choice of words.

I do realize how challenging it is as a sport. And I have endless respect for those that are good at it, and even more for those that have taken up the challenge to get good.

my comment was 100% meant to reflect my lack of ability to focus long enough to practice and get good.
Golf is like heroin, one good shot a day keeps you hooked.

If you play with people at the same skill level (i.e. other busy, distracted folks) you can have a lot of fun.
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Old 3 May 2024, 07:12 AM   #92
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Being a WIS! My collection was disposed of over a year ago and I haven't looked back and don't miss 'em. It wasn't an easy habit to shake.
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Old 3 May 2024, 08:00 AM   #93
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Golf is like heroin, one good shot a day keeps you hooked.

If you play with people at the same skill level (i.e. other busy, distracted folks) you can have a lot of fun.
Iíve always enjoyed playing golf with people better than me. Went from a 20 to a 5 index and still grinding. I love getting good at sports was always a passion of mine and have always been athletic but too get good at golf has taken a lot of effort and have really enjoyed the process.
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Old 3 May 2024, 01:59 PM   #94
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Since that failed spinal fusion op a few years back I really can't get comfortable on my motorcycle and as a result I stopped riding, recently left my club and am even considering just selling it and moving on. I never would have imagined these changes but it is what it is. There are other things to focus on.
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