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    FINALLY... the pictures.

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    Omen, the GR standard by which all GOLFERS will be measured.

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    Omen, the GR standard by which all GOLFERS will be measured.

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    can you guys figure out which is omen and which is BALLS???
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    Balls is wearing the callaway hat.

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    hmmmm?????

    how did you know? or what makes you say that?
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    Balls aint an orange grip kind of guy.

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    hopefully it comes out right this time

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    hmmm... some awesomeness in that stroke.
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    hmmmm... good point... what's wrong with orange grips???
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    Jesus H. Christ. Horseballs, are you wearing cargo shorts on the golf course?

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    come on LC3... hang around a bit... hey you should join us at myrtle beach... this place is picking back up... got some cool new guys and we could use an expert flamer such as yourself to get this GR revival going....

    come on whaddya say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omen2
    come on LC3... hang around a bit... hey you should join us at myrtle beach... this place is picking back up... got some cool new guys and we could use an expert flamer such as yourself to get this GR revival going....

    come on whaddya say.
    Unfortunately LC3 lives on the other coast. If you ever have one on the superior side of the country, I'm there. I'll even bring HB some proper golf attire.

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    LC3, long time no C.
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    That putter stroke looks ILL. Is that a wrist unhinging that early or a backward press? I really can't tell but it doesn't look normal. And for what it's worth nothing wrong with either players attire.

    They also are likely dressed not one BUM and one SHOW MODEL. Good compromise for a friendly meeting/round.
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    Neverman, you cargo-shorts wearing hayseed. You give the Pacific Northwest a bad name.

    And I agree that putting setup has some issues. Cargo shorts were probably throwing off Horseball's chi.

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    What was the course name? You guys played the short tees? Where are you going to be playing in Charleston? You're near my neck of the woods.
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    the first day we played elks run... the second day we played the SPCC from the tips.

    i will be in charleston july 16.... one little course i like a lot is legend oaks plantation in summerville.

    charleston national is also another great venue in mount pleasant

    i havent sprung for rivertowne or anything like that yet. what courses do you like?
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    I can't find "Quicksilver" or "Billibong" shorts ( I grew up a surf bum in San Diego, eh? ) in anything BUT cargo styles these days. I refuse to wear ol' man shorts and I'm not doing pleatless Nike crap that doesn't leave enough room for my "Jimmies"... My options are few. I did have a nice pair of Silk Tommy Bahama's but my Wife or Daughter abscounded with 'em.

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    Whoa whoa whoa..... is that water in lieu of beer in that cart? Damn... I hope it's at least got a dose of Amino-Vital in it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omen2
    the first day we played elks run... the second day we played the SPCC from the tips.

    i will be in charleston july 16.... one little course i like a lot is legend oaks plantation in summerville.

    charleston national is also another great venue in mount pleasant

    i havent sprung for rivertowne or anything like that yet. what courses do you like?
    Rivertowne is very good, the nines are really different; the front seems easy then the back ( a Palmer course)
    Nearby is Kiawah Island which I love all their courses (Ocean is my favorite)
    Wild Dunes is good (I like others better)
    In Goose Creek (just outside Charl.) is Crowfield Golf & Country Club (very nice every time I've been their, haven't seen it in a year or two)
    The muni course Patriot's Point is a pretty good track for the price
    The Links At Stono Ferry is a good layout and most of the time in good condition (home course for the College of Charleston)
    If you make it up to Santee the Santee National is a fun course usually in good shape but not the caliber of the ones listed above


    Our city tournament starts that weekend... I may could sneak down for a day.
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    If nobody has guessed, I'm the one in the white shirt with the awesome finish (and jacked up putting stroke).
    LC3, come back on Monday when I have more time.
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    Who's the guy who looks like the banjo playing kid from deliverance?

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    thats horse balls
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    Quote Originally Posted by LyleG
    Who's the guy who looks like the banjo playing kid from deliverance?
    Great call Lyle.

    Is that a baseball grip in one of those pics from the one in the white shirt?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a hacker
    Great call Lyle.

    Is that a baseball grip in one of those pics from the one in the white shirt?
    No baseball grip. It's overlap. Admit it, you're jealous of my sweet finish. Thank god you can't see the rest of my swing...
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    That par 3 with the elevated tee is a sweet looking hole. Is that the SPCC?

    Omen - I'll be down there July 20th. I'll be living about 10 minutes away from Legend Oaks. You're welcome to try my SlingShots anytime.

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    I live about 10 minutes from Legend Oaks now in Wescott and if my house sells will be living in Legend Oaks. I cant wait....hahahahaha


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brock
    I live about 10 minutes from Legend Oaks now in Wescott and if my house sells will be living in Legend Oaks. I cant wait....hahahahaha
    Brock - my Parents live in Wescott. I've played the Black Robin 9 twice but haven't played either of the others yet. It's a nice course from what I've seen and the price is right, at least in the afternoon. We'll have to get out sometime after I'm settled in.

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    [QUOTE=SeldomInTheSlot]That par 3 with the elevated tee is a sweet looking hole. Is that the SPCC?
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    No, that's at Elks Run. We actually didn't take many course pictures of the SPCC. I'll have to add some commentary to the pictures when I get more time. Maybe I can even take some other pics of the Super sometime.
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    So, honestly, who the fuk is who here.

    Deliverance boy =

    Mr. Posture =

    ?

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    deliverance boy = horse

    perfect swing = omen or the one in the callaway hat....
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    SITS and BROCK we have got to hook up for a round at Legend Oaks....what do you guys say?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omen2
    deliverance boy = horse

    perfect swing = omen or the one in the callaway hat....
    This has me confused, so I will be more clear.

    The guy drinking the blue with the callaway hat on who looks like the banjo playing deliverance boy is?

    The big headed bastard with the flying elbow finish is?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyleG
    This has me confused, so I will be more clear.

    The guy drinking the blue with the callaway hat on who looks like the banjo playing deliverance boy is?

    The big headed bastard with the flying elbow finish is?

    Thanks in advance.

    now i'm confused... nobody is drinking a blue... theres one pic of a guy that has a body like a GREEK GOD and he's wearing a callaway hat...that's me

    the other guy who's finish looks like a white tiger woods... thats balls...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Omen2
    now i'm confused... nobody is drinking a blue... theres one pic of a guy that has a body like a GREEK GOD and he's wearing a callaway hat...that's me

    the other guy who's finish looks like a white tiger woods... thats balls...
    I know you just said geek god but you got the hat right !! ive seen better bodies in the morgue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omen2
    SITS and BROCK we have got to hook up for a round at Legend Oaks....what do you guys say?
    I say yes, let's play golf. Brock, are you in?

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    Here is what I want to know:

    - Omen. What did you shoot at Elks Run?
    - Balls. Did Omen hit any flop shots from around the green, and if so, did he skull any?

    I would have liked to join you fellers, but I was a little too low on the $ this month.

    HB, we need to get out and play this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horseballs
    No baseball grip. It's overlap. Admit it, you're jealous of my sweet finish. Thank god you can't see the rest of my swing...
    Got to admit, it's a very athletic looking finish that I would have trouble replicating. Although I think Lyle may be onto something about the flying right elbow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LyleG
    The big headed bastard with the flying elbow finish is?
    Lyle you glorious ba$tard, this made me chuckle out loud.

    And Mr. Golfalcoholic, I just saw your post above. Hope you are well.

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    That's what I love about this place. Tiger (me) could post his swing and people would be talking about how his swing is a POS.
    I never realized just how screwed up my putting stroke is. It's really terrible, but I don't putt too bad.
    I also never knew about the ban on cargo shorts. So, I've been a d-bag this whole time? I feel sick about it.
    I'll also make sure to get my head measured and post an accurate measurement. I think I fall within human tolerance levels but we'll have to wait for the official word.
    QCG, we'll have to get together at some point. Unfortunately, I'm only playing one day during the weekend with an occasional round on Wednesdays after 5:00pm. We could maybe try the SPCC at some point on a weekend. The problem is, it's tourney time and most of my weekend rounds are in some type of event.
    HB and his 2 man team partner are in the semi-finals at the Super after a fantanstic 4 and 3 victory on Saturday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Horseballs
    QCG, we'll have to get together at some point. Unfortunately, I'm only playing one day during the weekend with an occasional round on Wednesdays after 5:00pm. We could maybe try the SPCC at some point on a weekend.
    What does SPCC stand for? I can't think of any courses/clubs in the area that fit the letters.

    But yea, it's a must do. Keep me in the loop.

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    Super Pretentious Country Club.... SPCC

    You have to be a member or get invited...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Horseballs
    That's what I love about this place. Tiger (me) could post his swing and people would be talking about how his swing is a POS.
    I never realized just how screwed up my putting stroke is. It's really terrible, but I don't putt too bad.
    I also never knew about the ban on cargo shorts. So, I've been a d-bag this whole time? I feel sick about it.
    I'll also make sure to get my head measured and post an accurate measurement. I think I fall within human tolerance levels but we'll have to wait for the official word.
    QCG, we'll have to get together at some point. Unfortunately, I'm only playing one day during the weekend with an occasional round on Wednesdays after 5:00pm. We could maybe try the SPCC at some point on a weekend. The problem is, it's tourney time and most of my weekend rounds are in some type of event.
    HB and his 2 man team partner are in the semi-finals at the Super after a fantanstic 4 and 3 victory on Saturday.
    Simmer down, HB. Don't get defensive. You are obviously a forward press and a decent pair of shorts away from being a fine player.

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    Take it easy on Horseballs. He needs those cargo pants to hold his re-load Pro-V1s, cell phone, Skycaddie, digital score counter, x-long Brush tees, ballzee ball cleaner, pocket ball retriever, switchblade divot repair tool and Visiball glasses.
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    This should really go in a separate thread but, congrats to LC3 for reaching 1000 posts!!!
    As the author of such fabulous threads such as "Please respond if you hate Phil Mickelson" and "Bennngguckk!!", you are truly a legend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Horseballs
    This should really go in a separate thread but, congrats to LC3 for reaching 1000 posts!!!
    As the author of such fabulous threads such as "Please respond if you hate Phil Mickelson" and "Bennngguckk!!", you are truly a legend.
    Thank you Horseballs. I think this list should also include "how can i rust my wedge" - the thread that lead to the untimely demise of LC2. Speaking of, shouldn't I get credit for the posts by LC2, before he fell victim to the facist Ben/Tom/BPC regime?

    And where is my friend dorkman? Who is on watch for spam around this place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd_Christmas3
    Thank you Horseballs. I think this list should also include "how can i rust my wedge" - the thread that lead to the untimely demise of LC2. Speaking of, shouldn't I get credit for the posts by LC2, before he fell victim to the facist Ben/Tom/BPC regime?

    And where is my friend dorkman? Who is on watch for spam around this place?
    haha i remember some of those threads... exspecially the Phil one an the Ben one... those got hillarious...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd_Christmas3
    Thank you Horseballs. I think this list should also include "how can i rust my wedge" - the thread that lead to the untimely demise of LC2. Speaking of, shouldn't I get credit for the posts by LC2, before he fell victim to the facist Ben/Tom/BPC regime?

    And where is my friend dorkman? Who is on watch for spam around this place?
    The spam flows freely and the beer flows like wine. You'll get that, but how many others???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Horseballs
    The spam flows freely and the beer flows like wine. You'll get that, but how many others???
    If this means other identities, the answer is none. I have posted only under LC and his progeny. One jacka$$ character is enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd_Christmas3
    If this means other identities, the answer is none. I have posted only under LC and his progeny. One jacka$$ character is enough.
    It doesn't, just a shout to the original LC.
    Co-sign on the multiple jackass characters. I've always had only HB though I have been tempted to create some others. I've been accused of being Spank, Tucan, Roscoe and others.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Horseballs
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    I'm BPC
    No way is that shirt tight enough. And it's not even a mock. I call shenanigans.

    Although...I can see BPC being a "cargo-shorts on the golf course" kind of guy. Hmmmm......

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    True enough. I'm also clearly not 6'2" 185lbs of pure muscle.
    Seriously about the cargo shorts? Don't tell me you're wearing double-pleated Dockers out there.
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    I'd feel weird tucking a golf shirt into cargo shorts, particularly at a track as prestigious as the SPCC. I actually prefer quadruple-pleated Bugle Boys.

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    how much do the quadruple pleats go for? i would love to score me a few pair of those...
    Omen, the GR standard by which all GOLFERS will be measured.

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    Probably a lot. I planned on wearing knickers or something awfully distracting to get in everyone's head. It'll give me at least a couple strokes advantage before we even tee off
    2-0-1 in GR stroke play

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd_Christmas3
    ?

    And where is my friend dorkman? Who is on watch for spam around this place?

    LOL!. ****...it's hard to make me laugh after 12:30PM but it just happend.


    Live long LC3,

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    That's some good stuff. I came up with 2 realizations on these pics.

    1. Omen is one skinny bastard.
    2. Ball licker reminds me of my old youth director. The sweet finish is ala Jeff Maggot.
    Be glad we aren't getting all of the government we're paying for.

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    cargo shorts? only if you're playing in dundalk.

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    welcome to dundalk hon?

    cargo shorts are sort of MICHELLE WIEish but i was a guest: couldn't call him out on that

    welcome aboard boat shoes... where at in b-more... dont say dundalk.

    yes i am a skinny bastard... all the meat had to go somewhere; and it appears it all went to my brother..BASTARD.... oh well i am in tip top shape

    by the way in our scramble today we were 6 under.... good enough for nothing... SUPPOSEDELY 4 80+ year olds who cant break 95 on their own shot 61 on a two nines that sloped 140 and 138............. HMMMMM???? it could happen?

    check it out...

    http://www.compasspointegolf.com/

    we played the north and the east nines... from the whites...
    Omen, the GR standard by which all GOLFERS will be measured.

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    haha baltimore-ese. pitcher bainsuit on. we goin downy ocin!

    i'm from sparks. a few minutes north of hunt valley.

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    i am familiar with sparks...sort of... what courses do you play?
    Omen, the GR standard by which all GOLFERS will be measured.

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    I'm in the Philly area, but I play tournaments from time to time in the Balto area. Played a 54 hole Solstice Survival tourney at Musket Ridge in Frederick. It was okay, but had no sand in the traps. We also play Patriot's Glen, Beechtree, Bulle Rock, and courses in DE like Back Creek and Frog Hollow. Got any other suggestions?

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    Musket Ridge and Bulle Rock are great courses. I play at BCC with the old folks or Greystone. I like your commitment to blades.

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    Omen and boat shoes - I lived in Hampden just west of the Johns Hopkins campus for a while right after I got out of college. There was a pizza place in the neighborhood that was popular for it's "Big Slice". It was triangular and looked just like a regular slice except for it's size. It was probably slightly larger than the average adult human torso, or slightly smaller than HB's head if that's easier for you to picture. If you wanted a whole pie I guess you'd have to eat it there because it would never fit through the door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boat shoes
    Musket Ridge and Bulle Rock are great courses. I play at BCC with the old folks or Greystone. I like your commitment to blades.
    Yep, still playing my old T-Zoid pros, but they're really beat up. I'd like to get the MP-60s. What's BCC? Balt. CC.? Is it Private?

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    i have tzoid pros also. a good compromise between blades and muscle backed in my opinion. my set is getting old but i only see bad wear on my p wedge. they're solid clubs. those mp-32s are manly clubs.

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    yeah its private... greystone is a fun little twirl... beechtree and mountainbranch do well as well....


    BOP makes the best pizza in baltimore... the end

    boat shoes i think you're going to fit in just fine here.... and you're right those 32's are manly clubs.
    Omen, the GR standard by which all GOLFERS will be measured.

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    i'll agree with you there. as long as fells isn't under water or in the middle of a race war everyone should stop by. strapazza in towson is a close second in my opinion. never played beechtree but my dad is a big fan.

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