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Feel free to add to this list:
Hitting a decent drive at the first tee - Probably the first time during a round of golf where you might look heavenward and pray for a great result.
A Member's Bounce - Ever hear the golf ball thunk against a tree and wonder where it might land?
I don't have to beg my spouse to play golf - thinking about Everybody Loves Raymond and all of the other spouses who need prior approval, I am happy to report that my husband loves the game at least as much as I do - no bribery needed.
Any birdie - par on a hole is great but a birdie is better...
An accurate GPS - Important for times when you can't find the 150-yard marker and start to feel lost on the golf course, having a golf caddy in the palm of your hand during a friendly round helps not only you but the rest of your foursome have a great time.
Great weather day - You try and plan for spring temperatures but Mother Nature doesn't always cooperate.
The Miracle Shot - Dropping a thirty-foot putt that breaks twice on golf course greens that register fourteen on the Stimpmeter (thinking Oakmont?)
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