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Talk about Blind Luck. . .

Just saw on CNN that a blind woman made a 144 yard hole in one. Apparently she broke some kinda record.






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Fluckin' blind people have all the luck.

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Golf is for pussies.
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That's what I thought. Until I got pissed at the exgirlfriend and went to the driving range. Found out you can relieve a lot of stress hitting golfballs rather than other people.
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Might be cause it takes some talent and coordination to play?
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Might be cause it takes some talent and coordination to play?
I was just posting that because it's funny. I have dabbled in golf. In reality, to be successful in any business setting, it helps a lot to play golf because all businessmen play it, and many deals are actually made on the golf course...
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I used to play Golf












Of course, our version of Golf was played with ONE ball, only using putters, and you never get off the cart. First person to knock the ball into a hole wins. Jumping to the other team's cart to either slow them down or try to take them out was allowed AND encouraged.
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I was just posting that because it's funny. I have dabbled in golf. In reality, to be successful in any business setting, it helps a lot to play golf because all businessmen play it, and many deals are actually made on the golf course...
No, I was bassing my comment on your quote of Rider!
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I played golf once...
then we got drunk, got one cart stuck in the sand trap, and the other sank in the water hazard...
BUT WE SAVED THE BEER!!!!
so we left... never to return... ever...


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I played golf once...
then we got drunk, got one cart stuck in the sand trap, and the other sank in the water hazard...
BUT WE SAVED THE BEER!!!!
so we left... never to return... ever...

Nice. My buddy flipped one over and we broke the axle.... we told them it hit a rock and they believed us gave us a fresh one. Retards. Then we beat that one up too
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