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nl-start
Wed Mar 10 2010, 12:11AM
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BanHelper v1.1 has been released on March 10, 2010.

Read the changes on the BanHelper Wiki page.

BanHelper v1.1 is available at these locations:
plugins.e107.org
e107coders.org
e107.webstartinternet.com

[ Edited Tue Aug 03 2010, 05:42PM ]
nl-start
Tue Aug 03 2010, 05:42PM
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BanHelper v1.4 has been released on August 3, 2010.

Read the changes on the BanHelper Wiki page.

BanHelper v1.4 is available at these locations:
plugins.e107.org
e107coders.org
e107.webstartinternet.com

Enjoy and happy ban hunting!
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mikechen24
Fri Jan 28 2011, 02:22AM
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One bunker can be very different from the next - heck

Then I got smart and asked someone for help and the funny thing is that the answers they gave me were easy and simple. taylormade burner 2.0 irons In no time I has solved the problem and that was that. So I have to commend you for even getting to this article because not everyone is smart enough to be willing to look for help when they need it. Now that you are here you can learn something!
But I digress, one bunker can be very different from the next - heck, even the same bunker can be different from day to day. It is all about the weather conditions. taylormade burner superlaunch irons If it has been cold and wet lately then you could find that the bunker is full of wet sand and soil and this will mean you have to take a different approach to your bunker shot. So always keep that in mind when it comes time to hit the golf ball. Look around you and feel the ground with your feet to see how squishy or soggy it happens to be and include this info in your shot.
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