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Happy Birthday Rick

Hey Rick, now that you hit the beginning of your golden years I was wondering if any of TMO's vendor par offer senior discounts on parts.
I think he's planning on "cording" the grips on his golf clubs...
Didn't realize Rick was a golfer. If you ever make it back here to visit Virginia just drop me a PM and bring those sticks. I've been playing golf for 40 years and know most of the better golf courses here in the Old Dominion. VIR is just 2 hours away from my home.
 
I don't have a honey do list but I do have a my own To Do List and it's long. Been neglecting lots of things around my house. I do play golf but I suck. I live on a golf course and I'm sure I'll play more and hopefully improve my game. The two activities I plan on doing more of are snow skiing and cycling. I'm about 70 miles from one of my favorite ski resorts Sugar Bowl in the Sierras.

As for senior discounts I don't ask as most won't believe me anyway. :D But many of our vendors do offer specials during certain times of the year. @APEXRaceParts has several going on now.
 
I don't have a honey do list but I do have a my own To Do List and it's long. Been neglecting lots of things around my house. I do play golf but I suck. I live on a golf course and I'm sure I'll play more and hopefully improve my game. The two activities I plan on doing more of are snow skiing and cycling. I'm about 70 miles from one of my favorite ski resorts Sugar Bowl in the Sierras.

As for senior discounts I don't ask as most won't believe me anyway. :D But many of our vendors do offer specials during certain times of the year. @APEXRaceParts has several going on now.
my strongest recommendation in retirement. participation in hobbies is essential. Don't think for a moment that at the age of 60 you cannot improve your golf game. You can. A good golf game requires a good deal of proper technique to do it well. If you want to improve I would strongly recommend taking lessons from a PGA certified teaching professional. The game will get a lot easier and your play will improve.
 

APEXRaceParts

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go for it Rick. There are not many games you can still play when you reach 80 YO.

Never too late to pick up golf, that's for sure. I played on the high school team a few years ago and am glad I did. Picked up a lot and was a great way to learn the game as well as meet others who enjoy the same hobby.
 

TymeSlayer

Tramps like us, Baby we were born to run...
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Hey Rick, if you're ever out my way, I'll teach you all I know about the great game of golf. My specialty is the 19th hole.
I am your atypical sports nut. I have done just about everything but never became real good at any. A Jack of all trades and master of none, if I may. No matter, I've had a great tyme doing each and everyone of them. Variety is the spice of life.
 

Wingrider

'11 GT500, 99% Track Car. Lots of mods & I coach
I know I can improve but some of my other interest and hobbies rank higher. OTOH my kids both play on their high school teams and are better than me. So I have some motivation to improve my game.

Oh my what I started... (slight of hand wave) Looks like Rick will have more time to play with his gas grill!

(See if this distracts from Golf...)
 

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