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OMG! ! ! Now I'm sure of it Frank... YOU'RE NOT ON MY ASO GOLF TEAM! ! ! I can hear it now... "Where's Frank?" "Oh we left him back on no#12 he's still trying to hack his way out of that ladies flower garden on the west side of the tee box..."

 

Frank... practice..practice...practice. If ya do that I'll let ya on my team. :):):)

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OK, for that you can be on my team. Gotta have somebody who can find the golf balls. LOL

 

All kidding aside. That's a funny story... heard it before. Still funny.Thanx for sharing

 

Gonzo, this story isn't far from the truth. I haven't picked up a club in over 20 years but I use to play regularly. When I was playing I was the guy who always had a lot of golf balls because I aways found lost balls when I was out in the briars and posion ivy looking for mine.

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do it do it do it .... plan an outing... they will come. :)

 

ASO Golf Outing....that's sounds impressive....I will put this on my "to do list"....but can't make any promises right now....

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