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    Besides Brady, we all know that he is good, who might be the best Partiot golfer?

    I can think some guys, like Seymour, who if they have they have thier swing down, could drive the ball off the tee a mile. I know that Rosey and Corey play together during the off season.

    Does anyone else know of decent Patriot golfers. BB does play but I don't know how often. He did play in a celeb/pro tourney a year or so ago and didn't make a total fool of himself.
     
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    Troy Brown plays alot in the offseason. He is supposedly pretty good, like an 8 handicap or something. I also seem to remember seeing something on ESPN2 one night that had Rodney Harrison playing (Pre-Injury, I'm Sure). He was decent.
     
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    Brady isnt shabby. Seems to hit allot of balls with ex presidents. Nixon was one helluva golfer too I hear...among other things...
     
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    I think I heard Josh Miller on Felgie's radio show talking about the golf and I know Adam Vinterini is into the golf big too.

    wait........frig Adam. maybe lightning will get him this off season on the links

    oh yeah, almost forgot........:D
     
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    An 8 handicap is not too shabby. Didn't realize that Troy was into golf. I knew that Rodney played some but he probably hit the ball too hard.:rocker:
     
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    I have to go with Dan Klecko. He's great at everything else so why not?
     
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    I wonder if there are enough golfers on this board, within a reasonable distance from one another, for a Patsfans.com golf outing........
     
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    my Father in Law is a serious golfer, and he seems to be quite impressed with Brady's game.
     
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    Actually BB is really good. I know he is a member of the Wayland Country Club and played the pro-am at Pebble Beach after SB 39. He has been playing since he was a kid and used to caddy as a summer job.

    I wonder what the response would have been if BB had come to the board and asked for putting tips......................
     
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    He did! It's time to give it up. I'm BB.
     

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