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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3300 on: April 16, 2018, 06:53:36 PM »
Wondering what was going on  pre-Masters?

Today was the "Drive, Chip & Putt Championship" event for kids. Limited parts of the course open, but full concessions, gift shop, etc. I think some of it was televised, but not sure. Some notable members were: Condi Rice was congratulating each kid as they finished, Vijay was practicing, and a few others I couldn't identify. Today is the first day of activities, and  I think today is the only day the actual badges don't provide access (they do every other day)

Is Stewart Cinc anyone worth mentioning. He just left the shop, weíre lifting his new Raptor. I had no clue who he was...


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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3301 on: April 16, 2018, 08:23:44 PM »
Wondering what was going on  pre-Masters?

Today was the "Drive, Chip & Putt Championship" event for kids. Limited parts of the course open, but full concessions, gift shop, etc. I think some of it was televised, but not sure. Some notable members were: Condi Rice was congratulating each kid as they finished, Vijay was practicing, and a few others I couldn't identify. Today is the first day of activities, and  I think today is the only day the actual badges don't provide access (they do every other day)

Is Stewart Cinc anyone worth mentioning. He just left the shop, weíre lifting his new Raptor. I had no clue who he was...


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Sweet! I believe he has a house in Sugarloaf.


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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3302 on: April 17, 2018, 09:45:19 AM »
Wondering what was going on  pre-Masters?

Today was the "Drive, Chip & Putt Championship" event for kids. Limited parts of the course open, but full concessions, gift shop, etc. I think some of it was televised, but not sure. Some notable members were: Condi Rice was congratulating each kid as they finished, Vijay was practicing, and a few others I couldn't identify. Today is the first day of activities, and  I think today is the only day the actual badges don't provide access (they do every other day)

Is Stewart Cinc anyone worth mentioning. He just left the shop, weíre lifting his new Raptor. I had no clue who he was...


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Heís a pro golfer.  Pretty damn good. Went to Ga Tech.  Iíve met him, very briefly, super cool guy.

how many of us play golf? would it be worth a once or twice a year tournament? maybe even a Golfing for Reid - ish thing? I was super into it through school and am getting back into it when time allows, I missed it. We have several pretty cool courses up here close. 
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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3303 on: April 17, 2018, 09:47:00 AM »
Wondering what was going on  pre-Masters?

Today was the "Drive, Chip & Putt Championship" event for kids. Limited parts of the course open, but full concessions, gift shop, etc. I think some of it was televised, but not sure. Some notable members were: Condi Rice was congratulating each kid as they finished, Vijay was practicing, and a few others I couldn't identify. Today is the first day of activities, and  I think today is the only day the actual badges don't provide access (they do every other day)

Is Stewart Cinc anyone worth mentioning. He just left the shop, weíre lifting his new Raptor. I had no clue who he was...


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Heís a pro golfer.  Pretty damn good. Went to Ga Tech.  Iíve met him, very briefly, super cool guy.

how many of us play golf? would it be worth a once or twice a year tournament? maybe even a Golfing for Reid - ish thing? I was super into it through school and am getting back into it when time allows, I missed it. We have several pretty cool courses up here close. 
I play some, i would be willing to do some kind of . golf for reid event.
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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3304 on: April 17, 2018, 09:48:50 AM »
I use to play a lot for work and sold my clubs and havenít swung a club in years.  I will drive the cart.


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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3305 on: April 17, 2018, 09:59:27 AM »
Sadly I live on the 14th hole and have never played (ever). But I'd definitely be down to try. Maybe we could set up a smaller game or tournament then go from there if we think it could turn into something bigger. Is anyone interested in setting this up?
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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3306 on: April 17, 2018, 10:02:13 AM »
I use to play a lot for work and sold my clubs and havenít swung a club in years.  I will drive the cart.


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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3307 on: April 17, 2018, 10:03:02 AM »
I use to play a lot for work and sold my clubs and havenít swung a club in years.  I will drive the cart.


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I'm prepared for the backlash.  Golf is such a huge waste of time IMO...
All we did was get drunk when we played for company functions.  Use to play for work once a month.


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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3308 on: April 17, 2018, 10:03:28 AM »
I enjoy golf, but not very good. What about Top Golf? Could be a good time.
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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3309 on: April 17, 2018, 10:04:25 AM »
I use to play a lot for work and sold my clubs and havenít swung a club in years.  I will drive the cart.


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I'm prepared for the backlash.  Golf is such a huge waste of time IMO...
All we did was get drunk when we played for company functions.  Use to play for work once a month.


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whats wrong with that play style.  when i play i thought that was a way to help your score card look better.  just drink more.?
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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3310 on: April 17, 2018, 10:10:35 AM »
In my golfing hey-day, I used to play once a year. I'm absolutely awful at it, but I'm down for playing in a group that is equally bad since it's still fun
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Re: Morning Coffee
« Reply #3311 on: April 17, 2018, 10:13:21 AM »
In my golfing hey-day, I used to play once a year. I'm absolutely awful at it, but I'm down for playing in a group that is equally bad since it's still fun
Do you have to use junior kids clubs?


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