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Re: DGR Sleepover

Postby Redisculous » Sun Mar 20, 2011 1:09 pm

how'd you guys do?
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Re: DGR Sleepover

Postby turso » Sun Mar 20, 2011 2:18 pm

Redisculous wrote:how'd you guys do it?



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Re: DGR Sleepover

Postby rusch_bag » Sun Mar 20, 2011 6:57 pm

It didn't go to well for either of us. I think Beto actually hurt his ankle and took a DNF. It took me to the 2nd to last hole to make a putt outside of 15 feet but somehow I managed to play 950 golf for the day so it won't hurt me too bad since I am rated 956. Time to really learn how to putt. Dan did give me a few tips on my driving while we were just chilling that I am going to work on that he noticed in my throw so that was pretty awesome.
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Re: DGR Sleepover

Postby Torg » Mon Mar 21, 2011 10:12 pm

Whenever he misses a putt give him tons oh crap about it. That and be puking drunk when he arrives.
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Re: DGR Sleepover

Postby jayne » Mon Mar 21, 2011 11:45 pm

Torg wrote:Whenever he misses a putt give him tons oh crap about it. That and be puking drunk when he arrives.



I do the first half of what you said often. Or just ask him why his putter came up short on a 300+ foot hole. The list goes on. Good times!

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Re: DGR Sleepover

Postby masterbeato » Tue Mar 22, 2011 12:49 am

nobody can make me choke up but Blake, and he doesnt have to say shiz, he just has to be there, period.

but good luck getting him out for a round, its a challenge even for me. Blake....you better come out at least twice for a doubles round this year, and your my partner.
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Re: DGR Sleepover

Postby jayne » Tue Mar 22, 2011 9:15 am

Redisculous wrote:how'd you guys do?



I played disc golf! That's how I did! Haha. I played well the front nine both rounds, but the back killed me. Lots of legit spit outs. Some stupid missed 10 footers. Oh well. I smashed my hand between a car door and a car mirror last week while working, so my throwing hand hurt pretty bad (especially on putts). I guess I can't complain for the way my hand was and for the fact that I have only played one round in the last 2 months and haven't done field work. (SLACKER!). But now that the snow is melting I'm getting back to it!
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Re: DGR Sleepover

Postby JR » Wed Mar 23, 2011 4:12 am

masterbeato wrote:nobody can make me choke up but Blake, and he doesnt have to say shiz, he just has to be there, period.

but good luck getting him out for a round, its a challenge even for me. Blake....you better come out at least twice for a doubles round this year, and your my partner.


I don't think i'd want to challenge that pair unless my playing partner is ranked way up top in open division :-)
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