Finally, a solution for slow play
The Australians have finally come up with a solution for one of golf’s biggest problems: slow play.
The obvious answer – and I don’t know why I never thought of this – is to make sure you have a rugby player in your group.
Police say they have charged Australian rugby legend Terry Lamb with assault after he punched fellow member Greg Davison on the 18th green at the Cabramatta Golf Club last month, sending him to the hospital. Lamb had allegedly had enough of Davison’s slow play. The only question surrounding the incident is why Lamb waited until the 18th green.
Lamb, now retired, led an Australian rugby team called the Bulldogs to three championships, what the Aussies call “premierships.”
Personally, since we don’t have that much rugby over here, I’m thinking hockey players would do the trick. I’m actively seeking one now.
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Whatever happened to the dignified days when golf was a gentelman's game and one simply fired balls into groups who held up play?
What you need is an off duty deputy to help things along.
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