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View Poll Results: Are you offended when the Short Tee is referred to as the Amateur Tee?
Yes, a lot 3 1.28%
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No 199 85.04%
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Old 10-05-2012, 08:58 AM
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Old 10-05-2012, 10:43 AM
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They're Pro and Am tees. Honestly.

What if there are three tees? Pro, Int., Am....

If we called them Shorts and Longs (However pantlike they are not...) what do we call the middle one?

"Hey guys, let's play from the not-as-far-as-the-longs-but-not-as-short-as-the-short-tees."

Wahhhh. I'm not a pro. Wahhh. I like to play from the shorts and am offended because people called them Amateur tees.

DID YOU KNOW THAT OLYMPIANS ARE AMATEURS? ASIDE FROM THE BASKETBALL PLAYERS....BUT STILL.......RAWR CAPS LOCK NO COFFEE CRABBY WAHHHHHH
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Old 10-05-2012, 10:51 AM
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They're Pro and Am tees. Honestly.

What if there are three tees? Pro, Int., Am....

If we called them Shorts and Longs (However pantlike they are not...) what do we call the middle one?

"Hey guys, let's play from the not-as-far-as-the-longs-but-not-as-short-as-the-short-tees."

Wahhhh. I'm not a pro. Wahhh. I like to play from the shorts and am offended because people called them Amateur tees.

DID YOU KNOW THAT OLYMPIANS ARE AMATEURS? ASIDE FROM THE BASKETBALL PLAYERS....BUT STILL.......RAWR CAPS LOCK NO COFFEE CRABBY WAHHHHHH
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Old 10-05-2012, 10:54 AM
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Bahahaha. YES!

THEY HAVE!

I used to manage a cafe. One of the best jobs I've had. Loved it.

I'm not actually that crabby.

But. Well. THIS IS STUPID.
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Old 10-05-2012, 06:24 PM
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What are the 6th tees called? Childrens?
They just # their tees 1-6, as they may not be closer or farther than one of the other sets. Then when they are playing they roll 3 dice at the start of a round and they play through the course playing off of whatever # teepads they rolled. Like say if the first die that was rolled was a 5 they would play off the 5th set for holes 1, 4, 7, etc. If the second die rolled was a 2 they would play off the 2nd set for holes 2, 5, 8, etc...
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Old 10-05-2012, 08:53 PM
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Colors are racist. Red tees? Seriously? My spouse is 13/16 American Indian (1/4 Crow, 9/16 Cherokee) and I'm pretty sure he's super offended and stuff.
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Old 10-05-2012, 10:21 PM
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I play from both tees if the course isa 9 holer. If its eighteen i probably would play long 75 % of the time. Offended. Hella.
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Old 10-09-2012, 03:52 PM
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Colors are racist. Red tees? Seriously? My spouse is 13/16 American Indian (1/4 Crow, 9/16 Cherokee) and I'm pretty sure he's super offended and stuff.
funny stuff lady!

What's even funnier is how 99% of Texans claim they are at least 1/16th Cherokee (which means your grandparent's grandparent is a full blood Injun). Myself included. Yet I have blonde hair and blue eyes.
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They're Pro and Am tees. Honestly.

What if there are three tees? Pro, Int., Am....

If we called them Shorts and Longs (However pantlike they are not...) what do we call the middle one?

"Hey guys, let's play from the not-as-far-as-the-longs-but-not-as-short-as-the-short-tees."
Um, Middle?

Or when I am feeling really crazy... Medium.
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Colors are racist. Red tees? Seriously? My spouse is 13/16 American Indian (1/4 Crow, 9/16 Cherokee) and I'm pretty sure he's super offended and stuff.
Best post ever!
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