Golf (aka, how to dress like a nonce)


#81

I recognise all of the words used in this sentence and have no idea what any of it means. Congratulations!


#82

I do like a scramble. We did have a shotgun start. Took me 20 mins to get to the 15th tee. Got a bit lost on the way mind.


#83

I think it’s code for a spit roast.


#84

Bedouin or Highland dress etiquette?


#85

I have purchased an M3.


#86

What’s an M3?


#87

A big golf stick thing. Gonna make me play like a god. Well probably not, but it is a new shiny thing. Sometimes you need a new shiny thing in your life.

In other news I am also awaiting delivery of a gps watch golf thing. Gone a bit over the top on golf things of late. Best sell some stuff.


#88

That is a bit tasty.
Most mortals go for the M2 or the M4 and leave the odd numbers for the pro’s.
Has it got face technology?


#89

I can’t wear a watch so use a SkyCaddie on beltclip.
Belkin?


#90

Got some sort of fancy face tech. Longer and straighter than my R1.

GPS is a Golfbuddy wt6. Not used either in anger yet. No time over Christmas.


#91

Golf has more foo than hi-if.:roll_eyes:


#92

The marketeers eternal siren call to middle aged men.


#93

Dusting the old magical wands off and playing Close House tomorrow morning… then straight on the quench until Wednesday.


#94

Sounds idyllic but for the spoiled walk in the morning.

Does La Spatch partake?

Those hands look like they’d grip well


#95

Joining the Fat Cunt Troller and 19 others for breakfast and a round up the Dyke tomorrow morning.

https://www.dykegolf.com/


#96

:thinking:


#97

Sensible shoes required.


#98

Predictable jokes are predictable ,:grinning:


#99

The very essence of the AA :grin:


#100

I quite like the new M3 driver I have.

Handicap down 1 to 20. Birdied 2 of the first 4. Then it went a bit average. Short game needs sharpening up a bit.