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New to blog forums, so I look forward to any tips/coaching.  Lookng for ways to introduce our Pro-Am tournaments, which bring the Next Generation of Fantasy Golf to golfers at 11,800 courses across the country.


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Welcome!  Enjoy the best golf forum on the planet!  Nice to see another NW member.  Where are you located?  

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I am in Edmonds, WA outside of Seattle.  A bit cloudy and rainy today, no surprise there I guess



I  enjoy that area, but it is a little wet for me.  I am on the other side of the Cascades; the dry side.


Love getting fresh shrimp off the boat at the Edmonds dock at 4pm.  I try to make it over the Seattle a couple of times a year to play golf with a jazz musician friend of mine.  

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I went to college up in your area, at PLU in Tacoma (Parkland), and loved it. the weather is great from April through October. I was too busy with football to do much golfing, but it's great to see the forum expand

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