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I wouldn't recommend washing a golf glove. This could damage the leather material, thus making the glove stiff when it dries. Just leave it to air dry after you play your round, that should prevent any unpleasant odors. I always carry more than one with me when I play.
There are some good golf gloves list : Best Golf Gloves
Golf Balls are numbered in order for golfers to be able to distinguish between their ball from other balls of the same brand. You can imagine how many golf balls could be lost in the woods; numbering them helps to find the ball that you hit and not the balls of the other six people that thought they were good enough to smack a four dollar Titleist Pro V1 around the course.
This being said, it is common practice to create distinguishing marks on your ball at the tee box with a permanent marker. I always thought that this was so that it wouldn't be so easy for your buddy to drop the next ball from the sleeve of balls he has (which all have the same number), claiming he miraculously "found" his ball sitting up nicely in the semi-rough just over the hill in front of you. Although there are obvious ways around this, so maybe its just to display some creative artwork skills before the round.
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Windows version ? It probably matters. You might have an odd conflict between you computer and the power saving features of the monitor.
There are about three different things that can control power saving. There are settings in the BIOS of some computers that can control part of this behavior. Windows also has power saving features and the monitor may also have its own settings. Some graphics cards also have settings for this. So I think that's four, isn't it?
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Make sure that you have the latest version of drivers for your graphics card and the video display (and BIOS firmware, if you are a hardy soul)
You want to poke around and find out whether two of these are interacting. The first screensaver starts using one inactivity timer. The second phase or standby mode kicks on a slightly longer timer.
Personally i wouldn't save your text files to CD/DVD unless you catalogue them properly. they can also take up quite a lot of space.
A CD will hold up to 700MB of data to it. A DVD will hold up to 4.5GB which is a hell of a lot of information especially if you just save text documents.
You can use Windows Media center to burn a data CD/DVD which is probably the easiest way to burn a data disk.
Alternatively you could get an external hard drive to save your file to. This would save plenty of money when it comes to writable media like CD's and DVD's and would also cut out the problem of burning a disk.
The plus side to an external hard drive is that none of the data is stored on the computer hard drive itself and it is usable on other computers in case you don't have access to your own computer.