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When he took out that flag and starting hitting him with it, I found it very difficult to hold a laugh in. 😂😂

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As if nobody has ever gotten in a fight on the golf course before.

The flag stick is pretty funny. Must have been some expensive golf clubs to not have those come into play. 

The brevity of it reminds us how tiring fighting can be as we get older. 

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Collared shirts must be worn at all times on the golf course. He should have been tossed. 

Obviously, he wanted the flag out. 

I heard you hit the flagstick today! Uh, no I got hit by the flagstick. 

That's the last time he plays the foot wedge and decides to take par and win the hole. 

Golf is a civilized game. Where are my boxing gloves? 


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Oy!...Two lard asses begging to be knocked out. I haven’t seen someone serve up their faces for a beating like they did in a long time.

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What possesses someone that old to fight like that?

I thought people got mellower as they age - you know like old grandpa just sits on his rocking chair watching the world go by...

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On 4/15/2021 at 4:55 PM, mcanadiens said:

The brevity of it reminds us how tiring fighting can be as we get older. 

Oh my goodness, this is so true. I can't tell you the number of "old guys" I've seen get into it only to peter out because fighting is so exhausting. 


On 4/15/2021 at 5:19 PM, TourSpoon said:

Obviously, he wanted the flag out. 

Giggle.... that's the same joke I was going to make. 🤣


Oddly, the two guys kind of looked alike. Are we sure they aren't bothers? Maybe they were playing together and finally got into it over which one of them always had the middle seat in the car growing up, or who got a bigger slice of birthday cake, or something?

Maybe it was a sibling spat that finally came to a head on the golf course? 

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