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Comment from: golfgirl [Visitor] Email
...And the thing to remember is: you've got to stick with it for a couple of months, and connect with a couple hundred interesting people before it becomes really fun and useful and engaging. Don't give up at the beginning when it's slow.

One thing that's awesome is watching a close tournament on Twitter with golfers from all over the world. Watching the'08 US Open on Twitter was (to use a ribald expresion) as much fun as I've ever had with my clothes on...and that's another great thing, when you're Twittering you don't even have to have clothes on.

01/13/09 @ 20:56
Comment from: Brandon [Visitor] Email
You weren't kidding about the whole "provocative" thing, huh??? ;-)
01/13/09 @ 23:01
Brandon its stuff telling lets say older golfers about Twitter. Unfortunately all the mainstream press adds to the confusion and makes out it is a waste of time and serves no real purpose... especially when the newspapers talk about the menaingless conversations celebrities have ( this is the case in the UK anyway. )

I truly believe this is the year the man in the street will finaly GET Twitter.

I am personally using my account @andybrowngolf to communicate with as many other golfers as I can.

Like @golfgirl says it can be a lot of fun!


01/14/09 @ 21:23

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