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If I was having a bad day on the golf course and somebody physically attacked me…it would be the nicest thing for them to do for me….

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6 hours ago, Vinsk said:

If I was having a bad day on the golf course and somebody physically attacked me…it would be the nicest thing for them to do for me….

FTFY. 😄

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22 hours ago, ncates00 said:

Gotcha. I’m very literal, especially in written form, unless it is clear and obvious that another’s words are mere jest. Folks, not necessarily you, tend to be ignorant on the law, so I wasn’t sure. 

When @ChetlovesMer posts, assume it’s facetious.😜

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2 hours ago, ChetlovesMer said:

You are wise beyond your years.

 

1 hour ago, iacas said:

I don't know. He's pretty old.

mitsubishi business time GIF
 

My thoughts are the KF Tour itself should most likely have a policy for this and rule accordingly with Smith.

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That story sounds very believable. He doesn't sound like he was trying to make something up. 

Man, if true, then there is a man-baby walking around playing golf, beating people up, demanding they say uncle. WTF is that! 🤣

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Was looking at qualifier leaderboard, wondering how the guy watching all this did, shot 79, the hole right after the fight he parred it.

Another thing I noticed was Eric Axley in the leaderboard, wondering if that's the Eric Axley that won an event on the PGA Tour.


Korn Ferry Tour Monday Qualifier - Auburn Hills Golf Course Leaderboard | South Central PGA

 

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35 minutes ago, nevets88 said:

Was looking at qualifier leaderboard, wondering how the guy watching all this did, shot 79, the hole right after the fight he parred it.

Another thing I noticed was Eric Axley in the leaderboard, wondering if that's the Eric Axley that won an event on the PGA Tour.


Korn Ferry Tour Monday Qualifier - Auburn Hills Golf Course Leaderboard | South Central PGA

 

Could be.  Axley's win was a long time ago;  for reference, Axley's sole PGA Tour win was Anthony Kim's first PGA Tour start

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