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Subject: Re: Poll: Physical Fitness in Retirement Date: 8/22/2000 12:32 PM
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buy2win---- I have never had a lesson from a pro in my life. I have been a student of the game and started playing at age 9. I know more about my own swing than any pro and I know how to fix it when the wheels come off, as they eventually do for everyone. For most of my life, I have been a single digit handicaper, but for the last 10 years prior to retirement had to give up the game due to business obligations, thus the re-building swing thing. Was a good thing though, because I had to go from a younger type swing to an older type. Pros always make things too compilcated, I like doing my own thing. Have a great day. Saml. ( I know this is not for this board, just answering the question).
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