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blue girl

golf courses
« on: April 06, 2008 »
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  • We are regular visitors to los gigantes . We have decided to bring our golf clubs out for the first time this year can anyone let us know where the best places are to play.  :

    Poppyanne

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  • HI Blue girl

    Not that I am a golfer but friends play at Los Palos which is the Guaza turnoff the TF1 towards Las Galletas and is on the right  Centro de Golf Los Palos is a nine hole, par 27 golf course and a luxuriant, colourful garden.  Virtually on one level and featuring refreshing water obstacles of lakes and streams, its perfect for beginners or for improving your short game.


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    Offline janey

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  • abama has a lovely course!  the tenerife open has been held there.  v. expensive though - mind you, i think golf is?

    ghod

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  • There is a nice little 9 hole at the los gigantes sport centre ideal for beginners

    tlc

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  • Can you hire buggies at that one !!!!

    Offline Edward Bear

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  • tlc don't encourage him.

    ghod

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  • Dear edward you are  over 70 now stop acting like a sad old man

    orange

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  • ghod - Klingon for prat.

    Troll Behaviour - intention of baiting other users into an emotional response or to generally disrupt normal on-topic discussion.

    amunette

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  • Troll Behaviour - intention of baiting other users into an emotional response or to generally disrupt normal on-topic discussion.

    Am I the only one finding this more annoying than the actual trolls, as most people who have been online for a few year know what a troll is and deal with them in our own way?!!! Really Orange, bust the nasty ones by all means, but some are funny and add flavour to a site if taken in the spirit in which they are posting!!

    orange

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  • Hello amunette - unfortunately constant inane one liners or personal insult are not my idea of fun or
    added flavour. I believe that some people are more sensitive than their postings and written reaction show.

    There are many who have not been online for years, know when someone is attempting to be funny or
    winding them up or sucking them in.  Trolls can stop people posting and even joining.

    amunette

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  • Orange, I can see what you are saying, but surely its up to the sites mods or admin to sort out? And in "real" life you get people like Ghod who always make a flip remark to any sensible question, so I really do not see him or similar "troll" posters as a big issue. The ones who are nasty, yes, get rid of them.

    Falstaff

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  • On this occasion, Ghod and Edward are simply engaging in good humoured banter, each giving as good as he gets and using relatively inoffensive language. 

    In fact, looking over the dialogue, you might even conclude that they could be
    married (or maybe in a civil partnership) ! 


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    Offline Edward Bear

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  • Forsuth Falstaff now you are really jesting.