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Weird Moments on the Course

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33 minutes ago, Double Mocha Man said:

I thought you were going to say your dad's ball was in the hole!  I did that once on a long par-3, looked all around the back and side of the green for my ball and did not find it. My partner went up to remove the flag and asked, "Is this your ball?" 

I actually did go to look in the hole after a minute or two of looking! Unfortunately, no ball.

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This is as good a place as any to post this.

I was so proud of my group today. a guy took a practise swing on the first hole and the ball fell off the tee. nobody said "thats one".....first time ever i'm sure.

 

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I'm not sure this is a weird moment but I actually saw lightning strike a golf cart (with two people in it). The whole thing kinda lit up with a light blue light. It hit about 10 feet from me. It hardly made any noise at all.

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2 minutes ago, Bucki1968 said:

I'm not sure this is a weird moment but I actually saw lightning strike a golf cart (with two people in it). The whole thing kinda lit up with a light blue light. It hit about 10 feet from me. It hardly made any noise at all.

Whoa. That is weird. Cool too.

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1 minute ago, iacas said:

Did @Golfingdad take that photo?

No - I did upon finding my ball suspended in a low hanging branch. Why?...is he known for placing other folks’ balls in trees? 

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4 minutes ago, woodzie264 said:

No - I did upon finding my ball suspended in a low hanging branch. Why?...is he known for placing other folks’ balls in trees? 

He is known for taking horrible out of focus photos.

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