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Man Drives Pickup Truck on Golf Course

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Have you done anything to make any amends at all? Posting here doesn't really count IMO, so don't say that. :)

His parents payed a higher membership rate due to an increase in the clubs insurance policy....

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Teenagers are all awful. I've long advocated for all of them to be shipped off to Guam until they're 24.

(This isn't even sarcasm)

Yeah, I'm a teacher and I agree with this, for probably 80% of my kids...

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Back in the mid-80's I read a story about a course in a small town in Illinois that had the greens "turfed". One of the members put up a reward to catch the perpetrator. Turns out that it was his son. Guessing dinner time was awkward for a while after that.

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If I was the judge at sentencing, after paying restitution I'd sentence him to a year of golf every weekend.   He thinks his ex-girlfriend frustrated him....stand by for the ultimate in frustration.   He'll likely commit suicide in a month of golf with his coping skills.

That is if he doesn't get off with the defense that he had a handicap flag on his truck.   I'd say that I see old guys driving right up to the green everyday with those flags so I figured it would be ok.   And then I'd watch them tear up the greens as they shuffle their feet across the green.

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Happened to one of my "home" courses this week.

I think I know what they were doing too. :doh:

That's probably going to take half a year or more to fully heal. . .

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I think I know what they were doing too. :doh: That's probably going to take half a year or more to fully heal. . .

We only had winter kill here and the greens are still bad.

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