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post #19 of 106
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Originally Posted by tmac20 View Post


I was joking.

 

My sarcasm detector must be malfunctioning.

post #20 of 106

At my club, I know of 2-3 guys that have been called to a meeting about their behavior/actions on the course or in the clubhouse. Usually they will be given a warning along with a letter that gets put in their file.  It's usually a dead issue if the behavior/actions stop.  If it was against an individual, an apology usually resolves the problem.  If the action is repeated the member will risk being kicked out.  Most of the infractions usually involve member or guest behavior. 

 

Another issue that I heard of was a particular group of guys that would hit shots at the hole 1 green when they were at the driving range.  Our range is not a big range and big hitters can launch it over the net and onto hole 1 green/ hole 9 teebox.  These guys would do it every time on the range and not worry about other people that could be hit on the green or teebox and wouldn't yell fore if it came close, as if that matters.  They were warned once, and they did it again and were threatened with suspension/kicked out if it continued. 

 

The one thing that will never go away is the bad reputation those guys have now.

post #21 of 106

Explain that you understand how your temper gets the best of you.  Offer to reinvest money back in the club by soliciting the name and information of a trainer.  By admitting you were wrong, and putting youself in a submissive position asking for advice and advocating the well-being of the club by using its training services, you'll come off as humbled and embarrassed by the situation.  You won't get kicked out unless you've been seen more than a few times throwing a tantrum.

 

And then when they let you stay, make sure no one is looking, and throw your irons as far as you can and make sure to leave them sticking out of the green as you putt out for triple bogey (just kidding).

post #22 of 106
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Originally Posted by golfboy12 View Post

hi i  reccently had a call off the md of my golf course saying he had recived complaint about me and wished to talk to me i am meeting him on saturday. is it possible for me to be kicked out of my golf club ps i havent been cheating i sometimes lose my temper on the golf course and throw my clubs think this is what he wants to talk about. any help will be appreciated

 

Well, what happened?  Did you meet on Saturday? 

post #23 of 106
Thread Starter 

hi well i apoligised and wrote a formal letter they are reading it at the commitie meeting if they are satisfied i havelearnt my lesson i will only recivie a warning if not i will be kicked out

post #24 of 106
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Originally Posted by golfboy12 View Post

hi well i apoligised and wrote a formal letter they are reading it at the commitie meeting if they are satisfied i havelearnt my lesson i will only recivie a warning if not i will be kicked out


Has this been an ongoing issue for you? I can't imagine this came out of nowhere. Have you been warned in the past?

post #25 of 106

IMO, if that is what is going on they are going through all of this process to put a scare in you and to let you know how serious it is.  If they do let you stay, I will guarantee you that you will be under a microscope for awhile.  The only way they can tell that you learned your lesson is how your behavior is from here on out.

post #26 of 106
Thread Starter 

i have never had a warning before now i hope tomorrow evening they will accept my apoligy and move on

post #27 of 106
Your writing makes me assume you are a child. You have to control your temper, not "do your best" to. Otherwise the adults will be glad you're gone.
post #28 of 106
Thread Starter 

i can beat everyone of them at golf adults who are rubbish hide behind the etiquette of the game

post #29 of 106
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Originally Posted by golfboy12 View Post

i can beat everyone of them at golf adults who are rubbish hide behind the etiquette of the game

 

No, he's right. Doesn't matter how good you are if you act like an ass. I'd rather play with a bad golfer who has a good time and can laugh off a bad shot, than a great golfer who gets all whiny when a shot doesn't go his way.

post #30 of 106
I would be campaigning to have you kicked out because you are an ignorant ( and illiterate) nuisance who is obviously despised by the adults.
What can you possibly mean by " hiding behind etiquette".
You've shot yourself in the foot here, I'm afraid.
post #31 of 106
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Originally Posted by Shorty View Post

I would be campaigning to have you kicked out because you are an ignorant ( and illiterate) nuisance who is obviously despised by the adults.
What can you possibly mean by " hiding behind etiquette".
You've shot yourself in the foot here, I'm afraid.

 

I believe he thinks they're afraid of his skillz, so they're trying to get him kicked out based on a lack of etiquette. 

 

Haters gonna hate? lol

post #32 of 106
Thread Starter 

i am joking, relax i have apoligised and i hope that is the end 

post #33 of 106
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Originally Posted by golfboy12 View Post

i am joking, relax i have apoligised and i hope that is the end 

 

There's a 'z' and an 'o' in apologized. 


Sorry if I'm coming off as a spelling Nazi, but that's been bothering me...

 

Oh, and while you're at it, capitalize your 'I's son...

 

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post #34 of 106
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Originally Posted by golfboy12 View Post

i am joking, relax i have apoligised and i hope that is the end 
It is clearly not the end because you said you wanted "them" to move on.
They don't have to change,and nor should they.You do!
You need to grow up and make some major changes to your attitude.
post #35 of 106
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Originally Posted by Slice of Life View Post

 

There's a 'z' and an 'o' in apologized. 


 

 

Apologize is the preferred spelling in American and Canadian English, and apologise is preferred in varieties of English from outside North America.

post #36 of 106
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Originally Posted by Rulesman View Post

 

Apologize is the preferred spelling in American and Canadian English, and apologise is preferred in varieties of English from outside North America.

Apoligize is the preferred spelling of the unapologetic angry golfer because he finds it hard to do. Doesn't say he'll behave, but he'll "try to".

I think he'll be playing a lot as a single.

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