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Sorry to have missed your previous question, agree the other responses. Good to hear you have a result and that your golf has improved. Didn't know you played, we could have had a game when you were down here. Maybe next time if there is one. Don't listen to jings, there are too many silver haired gents maintaining a level of health from regular golf for it to be a negative. His advice has to be suspect if he thinks Killie could be top of the league, they'll have to beat St Mirren first! Sorry, that was mean. Keep your eye on BATS, for the past month or more it has been going up and down like a yoyo. You could add a few pounds if you buy and sell on the lows and highs. ATB
Glad to hear things have been resolved and you can get back to work , hopefully , golf's over rated anyway , lol. Next year Rodders , who knows ......might even see Killie topping the league .......that might be taking it a bit too far , lol.
Golf a lot better was playing nearly every day, weather permitting.............. Legal things completed......... job search began yesterday afternoon....... This time next year,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, lol
Ditto my last post.. Thanks .. Have a good weekend..
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