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Over the years we've purchased and been given a number of divot tools with attached ball markers. We now have a bunch of ball markers with lost divot tools and vice versa so what to do with them all?   We saw a great tutorial on DIY cufflinks on a cigar blog and thought we could use our ball markers to make up some swanky cufflinks of our own. While we have plenty of ball markers we thought some promo cuff links might be more appropriate. So we pulled the ball markers from two of our Golf Gear Box divot...

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The other day we scored a ticket to a golf course maintenance seminar at a private club in Greensboro, Georgia. The Creek Club is a private club within the resort community of Reynolds on Lake Oconee, formerly known as Reynolds Plantation. Designed by Jim Engh, The Creek Club boasts a hilly layout stretching up to 7,079 yards from the back tees. Hoyt Ellspemann is the superintendent in charge of keeping those 7,000+ yards groomed and finely manicured. He and his colleagues provided an overview of the work that goes into maintaining this, and the other courses at Reynolds, and it...

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The Qualifying School is a do or die opportunity to punch your ticket as a golfer and move on to the next stage of play. Every year thousands of golfers around the world compete at these events to secure a tour card to have an opportunity to get paid for the game they love to play.  Here are the results from all the major tours.          

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What do you do when you make a 25 pound turkey for only two people? Leftovers of course. Here are some ideas for how to take advantage of all that leftover bird. Day 2  Lunch: Classic Turkey Sandwiches - Whole wheat bread, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato and Miracle Whip Dinner: Thanksgiving Dinner all over again. We made stuffing, sweet potato casserole and a dried cherry & cranberry sauce (Recipe Below) that was divine. We used 1-cup of Splenda in place of the 1.5 cups of sugar, and it was both sweet and tart. FoodandWine.com/recipes/cranberry-sauce-with-dried-cherries Day 3  Lunch: Turkey Sammiches -...

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I've always loved rice pudding as a dessert but never really thought of it as a breakfast selection that could serve as fuel to power me through a round of golf. A while back I found a few recipes online and made homemade rice pudding for the first time, without all the sugar, and found it really gave me a lot of energy and kept me full throughout the morning.  When you sit back and think about it for a second, it makes sense that rice could provide the energy needed to drive your ball down the fairway. Cooked rice...

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