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    Re: Anyone interested in a PP.O golf outing?

    "singersp" wrote:
    I don't know how many you would get for golf, but some type of PP.O get together would be nice. A potluck picnic perhaps?

    A year or so ago we talked briefly about getting together at a resort that one of our members relatives owned.
    Sounds good to me.

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    Re: Anyone interested in a PP.O golf outing?

    "marstc09" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "BadlandsViking" wrote:
    I suck at golf
    Then you can be my caddy.
    :P
    I did that when I was younger. It sucked. The golfers always sucked and took it out on you.





    Funny thing is, where ever we lived when I grew up, all the way even into high school, we lived very very close to a golf course. I made alot of money for a kid being a caddy.






    I remember one of my last caddy jobs, I caddied all summer for this Jewish guy,
    always 18 holes and he walked the course with me.
    At the end, always a nice clean $20.00 bill and up to the nineteenth hole, where he would sit me at a table in the corner of the bar and order me the same, Two Cheeseburgers,large fries, and a Coke.
    Nicest guy and best caddy job I ever had.....







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    Re: Anyone interested in a PP.O golf outing?

    Make it a PPO Pheasant hunt and I am in. I'll even supply the dogs.

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    Re: Anyone interested in a PP.O golf outing?

    "marstc09]<br" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "NordicNed" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "BloodyHorns82" wrote:
    A potluck picnic is too similar to tailgating without the football game to follow (IMO)
    Golf provides something different.
    It's not like anybody has to be any good!
    But a golf game would exclude members who do not enjoy golf or happen to be pregnant with twins.

    I was thinking more along the lines of something that includes members, their spouses/significant others & their kids. It also would allow members to come who would otherwise have to find babysitters for their kids like GG & Vikeswin2005.





    Jesus Singer,









    Do I need to ship you some cheese to go with that Whine?.... ;D










    Simple,

    let these guys plan their golf outting and you can start another one for your picnic idea.....
    Do we all need a picnic basket to be allowed to come?....LOL










    I think the golf outting would be great,
    to bad for me I'm in CT and my back wouldn't hold up to well.
    But I could handle that golf cart with all the goodies and even cruise by Zeus bare chested....LMAO
    You're just pissed because you can't go to either one.
    I on the other hand can.
    :P

    I happen to enjoy golf. I was just thinking about how to include others rather than just the golfers.

    Does Webby golf?
    Does he have a golfing swest?





    You just enjoy golf because you get to caress and clean everyones balls.... ;D
    I did that when I was younger. It sucked. The golfers always sucked and took it out on you.[/quote]

    Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please. Mark Twain

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    Re: Anyone interested in a PP.O golf outing?

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "marstc09]<br" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "NordicNed" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    [quote author=BloodyHorns82 link=topic=45584.msg790994#msg790994 date=1213162292]
    A potluck picnic is too similar to tailgating without the football game to follow (IMO)
    Golf provides something different.
    It's not like anybody has to be any good!
    But a golf game would exclude members who do not enjoy golf or happen to be pregnant with twins.

    I was thinking more along the lines of something that includes members, their spouses/significant others & their kids. It also would allow members to come who would otherwise have to find babysitters for their kids like GG & Vikeswin2005.





    Jesus Singer,









    Do I need to ship you some cheese to go with that Whine?.... ;D









    Simple,
    let these guys plan their golf outting and you can start another one for your picnic idea.....
    Do we all need a picnic basket to be allowed to come?....LOL










    I think the golf outting would be great,
    to bad for me I'm in CT and my back wouldn't hold up to well.
    But I could handle that golf cart with all the goodies and even cruise by Zeus bare chested....LMAO
    You're just pissed because you can't go to either one.
    I on the other hand can.
    :P

    I happen to enjoy golf. I was just thinking about how to include others rather than just the golfers.

    Does Webby golf?
    Does he have a golfing swest?





    You just enjoy golf because you get to caress and clean everyones balls.... ;D
    I did that when I was younger. It sucked. The golfers always sucked and took it out on you.[/quote]


    [/quote]

    LOL!

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