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Golf, anyone playing that "sport"?
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Golf, anyone playing that "sport"?
Is there anyone here enjoying the so called "sport"? If it now is a sport I would rather compare it with, I don´t know, painting a wall? Smoking a ciggarret?

Anyway don´t be shy to say that like gold, even tough I will probably mock you a little bit.

I have worked on a golfclub, strange you may think, but it was quite fun. To work, not golf. Which I would never do.
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RE: Golf, anyone playing that "sport"
Golf: A good walk ruined. - Mark Twain
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RE: Golf, anyone playing that "sport"?
My wife and I intend to play it ... as long as you don't take it too seriously or join the pose golf set I don't see a problem, it's just a game.

Kyu
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RE: Golf, anyone playing that "sport"?
(January 6, 2009 at 9:54 am)Kyuuketsuki Wrote: My wife and I intend to play it ... as long as you don't take it too seriously or join the pose golf set I don't see a problem, it's just a game.

Kyu

Kyu, don't do it! I have played a lot of sport and always got better over time. Not so with golf! It can destroy you!
HuhA man is born to a virgin mother, lives, dies, comes alive again and then disappears into the clouds to become his Dad. How likely is that?
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RE: Golf, anyone playing that "sport"?
(January 6, 2009 at 3:34 pm)bozo Wrote: Kyu, don't do it! I have played a lot of sport and always got better over time. Not so with golf! It can destroy you!

LOL ... unfortunately there is very little my wife and I can do together (our interests and activities are quite different) so this and rambling (not that I'm that fussed about that either) are amongst the few we can do.

Kyu
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RE: Golf, anyone playing that "sport"?
Sad to report that the new British Open champion Cink invoked god into his valedictory speech.
Another bible-belt Americain did the same as I recall after the American Open a few years ago.
Another example of the capricious nature of the invisible one.
HuhA man is born to a virgin mother, lives, dies, comes alive again and then disappears into the clouds to become his Dad. How likely is that?
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I agree with George Carlin that all the masses of huge amounts of Golf Courses in the US [for instance] should be replaced with homes for the homeless and stuff that actually matters. The game takes up so much room (and for such a little ball too!) - and such space could be used for the better.

I've played a bit of crazy golf for a laugh. Not quite such a waste lol...all the rich people who spend so much time on Golf Places and do take it so seriously, I also agree with George Carlin that they should be left to "fuck with a windmill for a while", let them play crazy golf lol.

If I can find a clip of it outside the full stand up I could perhaps post it if anyone wished lol.

EvF
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RE: Golf, anyone playing that "sport"?
Nowt against it - not a fan really. We had a range near us as a kid - that was fun ..and we'd sneak onto the range to refil our baskets. Got addicted to pitch and putt a couple of summers too. I intend to take the kids up to our local club that has a range when they're old enough. It's an ordinary persons club with a bar, this being a rural area. I hate snobbery, but I have mates who are into it seriously who do the big courses.
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When playing a games especially sports,it is nice if you wear your favorite clothes or accessories to increase your fighting spirits or wear a comfortable clothes in order for you to win that game. If I am playing a sport, I am really enjoying it. An you cannot compare a sport like golf and tennis to painting a wall and smoking a cigarette?




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RE: Golf, anyone playing that "sport"?
Hi and welcome ladycapricorn11,

Firstly, it is customary to introduce yourself on our forum first, in our introduction forum.

(November 7, 2009 at 2:34 am)ladycapricorn11 Wrote: If I am playing a sport, I am really enjoying it. An you cannot compare a sport like golf and tennis to painting a wall and smoking a cigarette?

Why not, from painting the wall at least I get some satisfaction that I don't have to do it again for the next few years.

A friend of mine is an huge golfing enthusiast, and I'm glad for him he found a sport he likes. But its not for me.
Best regards,
Leo van Miert
Horsepower is how hard you hit the wall --Torque is how far you take the wall with you
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