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Natelie Gublis

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Is it just me or does anyone else thinks she's HOT? Last might I was surfing the channels b4 dinner and they were shooting a calender of her so I was watching and the wifey said "What are you watching" I said the golf channel, just trying to pick up pointers to help my game deer.

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No , I just had another reminder while watching the show. Right then and there I realized that after 30 years whit the wifey she has not broke me down yet andI still had my "Man Card".

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Yeah she can eat crackers in my bed anytime......

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Come on guys. This forum is about golf. Not girls in bikinis. Let's try and stay on topic.

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Holy Moly!!!!! Smokin HOT is an understatement!!!!!!!!!

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Yep. Makes a guy want to play a little more golf!

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Verry insperational whistle My golf game just got more distracted

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That first photo would make a good screen saver on the golf gps devices.

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Dude. You just made me throw up in my mouth a little bit.

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Very nice looking young lady. But she' got a weird swing. So close. I remember the days of Jan Stephenson and Laura Baugh...yowza.

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