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I got the call about 9 am to meet at cedar Hill at 10 for a round with my usual group.
my friend and his brother and 2 of his friends.

I wasnt expecting to play that day but was glad to go so off I went.
I'm still unemployed and just had enough gas to make it out there and back and had $2 to my name for the day and was about to run out of smokes.

Since I am the more active player amongst these guys and usually play better than them I thought today would be a good day to finally see if they wanted to make it interesting and play for a few dollars each.
I mean, any one of them have beat me before but I can usually win so I kinda figured it would make it interesting and get me a few bucks for stoges and gas.

at first everyone was a bit hesitant, they had never played for $$ before or even in a tournament or a mini, but then it was only $2 each and I reminded them that any one of them could win and at some point all of them have played better than me ( I think there is where I jinxed myself)
we played the coyote course and I proceeded to play the worst round I can remember on that course.
I finished with a 17 over?!?! I dont know what happened. I felt very frustrated but I didn't let it show and tried to laugh off my terrible shots but it was killing me inside.

then.. when I was heading home my radar detector stopped working.

also ever since my ankle surgery my ankle hurts after a round, and we played the back of the beaver course also so it was a long day and now I was broke, my ankle hurt, I was out of smokes , no gas, and a little irked about my radar detector.
to top it off I missed my exit and had to go past it a bit on 67 when I was in a hurry to get back and help my dad move some furniture.


I just wanted that day to be over. not sure why I played so bad, maybe it was just one of those days?


the only bright side was the next day my radar detector magically started working again.

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Comment by mr ed on February 13, 2010 at 12:03pm
likewise,you live to win/fight another day.
Comment by Boom Boom Dino on February 12, 2010 at 12:48am
just the way it goes sometimes ..... hope u get a job soon .... and have a few sheckles in the pocket to live with ..... all the best
Comment by eric beich on February 12, 2010 at 12:22am
I was dead last by at least 4 strokes.
Comment by Bill Burns on February 11, 2010 at 8:17pm
You didn't say if your 17 over was still good enough to win?
Comment by eric beich on February 11, 2010 at 7:06pm
I know, thats what I was thinking the whole time before we started was " I am trying to hustle my bros" so maybe it was karma since we never played for $$ before this time.
Comment by Tino "SilverBack" Medina on February 11, 2010 at 11:46am
maybe it was kharma for trying to huslte them boys! Naw, just messing wiht you bro. I have doen the same, felt great about playing, knew I could win and gone out and shot miserable!! IT happens to all of us. There was a movie once, oh yeah, the waterboy,the assistant coach said "you live to fight another day"! bwahahaha

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