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Gypsy

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Sports and this game
« on: 30 July 2016, 07:39:15 pm »
I have a couple of regulars who love playing golf. I live near several large golf courses and it makes me wonder if most golfers see escorts. I've now started associating this game with golf. Do you have more than one client who does a certain type of sport?
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Nia Hope

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Re: Sports and this game
« Reply #1 on: 30 July 2016, 07:44:47 pm »
I have a few golfers that book me on Saturdays after their game, I'm near a few big courses. Sometimes they don't play the golf they just come and see me and I think the golf is a cover story for their wives too x
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Re: Sports and this game
« Reply #2 on: 30 July 2016, 08:19:06 pm »
Well golf is a relatively expensive sport, so generally speaking golfers would be more likely to have the funds to see an escort, as opposed to say someone who just goes walking for exercise.
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Gypsy

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Re: Sports and this game
« Reply #3 on: 30 July 2016, 08:21:10 pm »
Well golf is a relatively expensive sport, so generally speaking golfers would be more likely to have the funds to see an escort, as opposed to say someone who just goes walking for exercise.

Yes, that's what I thought. Think Tiger Woods. Wonder if he will ever knock at my door, ha ha! ;D
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Re: Sports and this game
« Reply #4 on: 30 July 2016, 08:50:15 pm »
About 15 years ago I used to see a pro English golfer for a few months ( in civvie life )  Dont get me wrong he was no Tiger woods but he was breaking the top 30 in the UK at the time. He toured on the European circuit for a few years but you would only know his name if you were a diehard fan. I would never tell.
Anyway, what I !earned about golf in that time, is yes its an expensive sport but also they love to travel. Even golfers who are not pro will travel the country, Europe or the world with their mates trying out new courses. Plenty  of hotel rooms being booked away from the wife for a few days.
However whether men are pro sportsman, rich, powerful, business leaders or whatever. Sometimes that sense of money, power and celebrity is not a good combination. They can think they are untouchable!  :FF


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Re: Sports and this game
« Reply #5 on: 30 July 2016, 08:54:43 pm »
I'm near some big golf courses too, and one of my fave regulars is a semi/former pro, who's now more behind the scenes. I think it's a great excuse for a punt, especially if you have a mate to back you up.
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Re: Sports and this game
« Reply #6 on: 31 July 2016, 07:27:09 am »
I'm near some big golf courses too, and one of my fave regulars is a semi/former pro, who's now more behind the scenes. I think it's a great excuse for a punt, especially if you have a mate to back you up.

I have seen quite a lot of sportsmen, and several are regulars. No golfers though, they are mostly athletic types or at least sports that require fitness i.e. no dart or snooker players - lol. Most of them good clients, all the regulars are, although there are a minority that have an insufferable ego.

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Re: Sports and this game
« Reply #7 on: 31 July 2016, 09:51:04 am »
Bizarrely enough, I had two golfing clients back to back on my recent tour to Glasgow.  ;D

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Re: Sports and this game
« Reply #8 on: 31 July 2016, 09:58:25 am »
Quite a few of my clients are;

Runners
Walkers
Cyclists
Golfers

Quite a few are not.

I do advertise as someone who trains, and live in an area where people would visit to take part in those activities.

Equally plenty of clients who hold no interest in fitness.

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Re: Sports and this game
« Reply #9 on: 01 August 2016, 01:56:19 am »
I'm going through a phase of Mountain climbers. I could have Nepal as my specialist Mastermind subject if this continues  8)

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Re: Sports and this game
« Reply #10 on: 01 August 2016, 10:42:31 am »
I'm going through a phase of Mountain climbers. I could have Nepal as my specialist Mastermind subject if this continues  8)

LOL  ;D
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Re: Sports and this game
« Reply #11 on: 06 August 2016, 02:15:07 pm »
There are a few courses not a million miles from me.  Sometimes I get a post golf visit too. I guess that makes me the 19th hole.

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Re: Sports and this game
« Reply #12 on: 07 August 2016, 02:48:40 am »
I wish I had golfing clients. I know for certain I have one and he's a good friend now and has always helped me out in times of dire financial need. Could do with a few more like him.

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Re: Sports and this game
« Reply #13 on: 08 August 2016, 07:47:34 am »
One of my best trips in the UK was in Cardiff when the Ryder Cup was on a few years ago
Loads of wealthy bored Golfers with time on their hands ( dreadful dress sense ) never seen so much plaid & Pringle clothing in my life