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Old 04-20-2007, 10:02 AM   #12
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Originally Posted by lawgator1 View Post
I agree except that if you are a true beginner, go cheap for now and work on your swing. Equipment makes a difference, but not if you can't hit the ball to begin with.

And Lex, the answer is no. I repeat: Mulligans are for losers. Don't be a loser, never take a mulligan.

If you don't get there early enough to hit a few on the range before the first tee, tough nuggies. Get your azz there earlier next time.
OK. No more mulligans off of the first tee....not. Just don't have the time to warm up. If you and I ever tee it up, I will play by your rules.

I don't know if they are still circulating, but in Lex, you could get a set of Tommy Armour 845s for next to nothing. You may want to look around. Those are some quality clubs.
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