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Feb. 21, 2011
Men's 55
28 posts
i would like to find out if a 50 major player can move to 55 aaa yes /no.
Feb. 21, 2011
Men's 65
3146 posts
Only if he is 55 or older. There may be a problem if he played major plus recently.
Feb. 21, 2011
Men's 50
505 posts
YEP. Bruce is correct if the player is 55 he can play 55AAA. Can actually play both 50 major and 55 AAA.
Feb. 22, 2011
Men's 55
239 posts
It all depends on whether or not the SSUSA office considers that person to be what they deem as an 'impact' player.
Feb. 22, 2011
Men's 60
136 posts
I played on a 50 major plus in 09,was on a 50 major last year,george at ssusa said i had to play major or major plus if i play 55 this year.
Feb. 22, 2011
lazer larry
Men's 50
95 posts
RIK56, your to much of an impact player. You impact the number of beers left in the cooler.LOL. I think they are prejudice of slightly overweight players. Larry
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