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Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
Funny, but a few times over the past years, after over-indulging the night before, I've actually started rounds very weak-kneed, dizzy, and headachy, and played quite well. Then, after Advil and a dog at the turn, I begin to feel better and play worse.

To quote my favorite line from Animal House: "My advice to you is to start drinking heavily."
08/26/08 @ 07:57
Comment from: Shanks [Visitor] Email
Cigars, baby! Just be careful not to inhale. Dizziness usually doesn't help that driver swing either.
08/26/08 @ 09:34
Comment from: Gerry Monaco [Visitor] Email
Oh how I feel your pain! I can't count the number of my balls that have been swallowed up by the beautiful Shallotte River!....especially on the infamous, gut wrenching, knee wobbling 9th! God how I love that hole and Lord how it hates me!....not to mention the 16th...17th...18th. Thankfully my camera takes better pictures than my clubs make shots......so I keep going back!
08/27/08 @ 13:53

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