Tiger Woods says Malaysia hotter than Oklahoma – he's wrong
Since I was in Tulsa at the time – sweating like a racehorse – I didn’t like hearing those words, especially since I knew I’d be going to Malaysia shortly.
Well, I’m in Malaysia now, and I can say Tiger was wrong. It’s hot here, obviously, but Tulsa was hotter.
By the way, I have a suggestion to the Honorable Minister of Golf here. They need to introduce something to the Malaysia golf culture. It’s something we have all over America. It’s easy to install, cheap and can save lives.
I went through four bottles yesterday, before I finished the front nine, and I was still dehydrated. The two guys I was playing with were DYING for water. None to be found.
Malaysia has more than 200 golf courses and I haven’t seen a single water cooler yet.
Look for full coverage on Malaysia golf coming soon.
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Welcome to Malaysia! Thank you for coming to our defence against Tiger's comment about Malaysia being hotter than Tulsa. While our temperatures are not much higher than those at Tulsa, our weather must have felt hotter due to the high humidity. That's why playing golf in these parts of the world can be very trying and tiring! And then I like your comments about installing water coolers. That would be very wonderful but then again, without saying too much of it lest it would embarrassing upon ourselves, you install it today and it will be out-of-order or gone tomorrow. That's the reason why water coolers are not installed on golf courses here. Instead you will notice there are at least two drink stops (drink huts) one on each nine where you can buy and stock up on bottled water. That's what we normally do here. Once again, thank you for defending us against the might of Tiger! Have a nice stay here.
It's not so much the heat, it's the humidity.
And it's not so much the humidity, as the dewpoint.
And it's not so much the dewpoint, as the heat index.
And it's not so much the heat index, as it is the amount of sweat in your butt crack.
Seriously, I always say that. (Much to my wife's chagrin.)
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