Foursomes arranged, huh?Oh, not the fun kind of foursomes!Regarding your comment at my blog, yes, I'm a grad student at Carleton, and have done some work over at Ottawa U too, but loyalties first go to Carleton.
Cute. Are there special rates for non-golf subjects? I could go for a corned beef on rye and a draught Guinness about now (it is, after all, almost St. Patrick's Day). Are those on the menu?
une bonne affaire, surtout pour un club house golf
You are branching out!
I could stretch to 'just listening', but there would be a time limit!
Your own party place.
How intriguing. Stories and advice---isn't that about the same. For free yet. Oh my. MB
So when are you inviting us bloggers? :-)
Fame at last! ;-)
I'll be right over; at least in my mind.
Ha! That is cute!
A perfect place for you!
Awesome! I could use something like this with my colleagues, but not about golf!
So, you have your own clubhouse now, eh? Will you offer me a sandwich and drink on the house? ;-)
I have to learn golf :)
That's such a cool find! About your question last Sunday: Our churches are not only full—they're usually overflowing. And that's with at least four services every Sunday and one on Saturday evening.Our country PR says we have 7,100 islands. :D
Lowell, I can't afford you.
Come on, Lowell! What's the story here? The sign is so imaginative. I has to have been created by YOU!
This is discrimination! I'm a swimmer, not a golfer! What about me!?
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