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  1. Our golf society is sadly a man down for our Ryder Cup style weekend for family reasons and we are hoping we might be able to fill that spot with a fellow golfshaker. Details are as follows: golf on 22 and 23 October 2016 at Marriott St Pierre, Chepstow (27 holes Sat followed by 18 on Sun) accommodation on Fri 21 and Sat 22 October. Ryder Cup format, involving two teams of 12, playing matchplay golf Cost is £235 Attendees aged from late twenties to late thirties, great bunch of lads Let me know if interested and I can provide more details. Thanks Tom
  2. What do you think of Team Europe's waterproofs from Galvin Green? Love them or hate them? http://www.golfshake.com/news/view/10263/Galvin_Green_Introduces_Team_Europe_Ryder_Cup_Waterproofs.html
  3. Ok, I'm going to get some abuse for this, but I don't think it would be a bad thing for the USA to win the Ryder Cup! To be honest I can see the Americans losing a bit of interest if they don't win this time and nobody likes a predictable result. So, while I want Europe to win, it may not be the end of the world if the Americans pull it out of the bag! What do you think? is it the USA's 'turn'?