Big day for Bill!

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Big day for Bill!

Postby gmattson » Sat Feb 22, 2003 1:42 am

I've been playing telephone tag with the moderator of this forum for a couple days. I missed him in Florida, as he was still on the road when I was flying home.

Today, I get a message that he scored a "Hole in One" golf shot on a 135 yard par three!

For most of us, a hole in one will remain a dream... something we can only dream about.

Congratulations Bill. "You the Man!"
"Do or do not. there is no try!"
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Postby Deep Sea » Sat Feb 22, 2003 8:37 am

Congratulations, Bill.

I'm up to taking you out for lunch for that accomplishment.
Always with an even keel.
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The tricky game of golf

Postby Bill B. » Mon Feb 24, 2003 10:05 pm

:D Well,thank you gentlemen!! Quite a thrill, after all these years. The thing is, I had to do something, my putting is so poor I decided Why Putt?? Just hit it in the hole! :idea: Good strategy, but tough to follow up on. I am on my friends puter, email address is WCHASTON@CAPECOD.NET. We will be heading back somewhere around the 16th of March. Hope you are all surviving the snow. I guess we got about 2 feet on the Cape. I don't miss it and am feeling great down here in thiswarm weather. Best to all and if I get another hole in one, I'll be sure to let you know. (cough cough) :lol:
Bill B.

Postby Mary S » Mon Feb 24, 2003 10:18 pm

WOOO HOOOO!!! There's my guy!!!! Bill, congratulations! :D

I was about to make some smart comment about mini golf but realized I have never made a hole-in-one doing that so I'll just shut up and fade away.... (way to go!!!) :D
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Postby Steve » Tue Feb 25, 2003 2:27 pm

Way to go Bill!!! No sense in carrying a putter anymore.

The Cape did receive just over two feet of snow last weekend. Most of it melted this week - causing massive flooding. Duct tape sales are down, water pump sales are up at the local hardware stores. And it's the first time that I've ever seen Cape Cod bay with ice on it - salt ice.

Envious/jealous that you're in Florida while the rest of us drive on the local hockey rink road structure. Best regards, Steve
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Postby AlanL » Sat Apr 05, 2003 1:21 pm

Congratulations Bill sensei :!: :!:

I'm still waiting for my turn (38 years) :(
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Postby Bill B. » Tue Apr 08, 2003 6:38 pm

Thanks Alan..My advice, just keep swingin, it took me many many years and sooooo many swings before getting my first. :oops: It will happen to you some day, probably the same as mine, totally unexpected and not even in my mind-------, until it plopped.
Bill B.

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