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    • By OwenDavies
      It is that time of year
      The waterproofs are on, even when it is not raining! Especially the trousers. I am currently sporting some Under Armour Goretex from 15/16 and i love them, but it might be time for something new. Has anyone dived in and treated themselves this winter? Any recommendations? 
      We have a golf waterproofs guide on Golfshake as well if anyone is looking to buy:
    • By Tom Derbyshire
      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.
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    • By OwenDavies
      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. 
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