I can get behind that.
Chalking something up as a very bad moment for a very young golfer is easy to rationalize.
It would be hard to fathom there being a second time, but if there is, our guy needs to find something else to do with his life.
In normal times, I've had balls that hit the bottom of the cup and bounced out. Not balls rocketing in from 100+ yards away, short pitches that went all the way to the bottom and back out. There is simply no way to know that a ball that hits the hole would have stayed in the hole for an ace, especially when you're watching from the tee.
I didn’t argue to the contrary.
@Troy Ocker, this was the point. Even the basketball players who participated in the Malice at the Palace didn’t receive lifetime bans, nor do baseball players (another non-contact sport). Fights break out in baseball all the time too.
No it’s not.