When I saw this guy the other day at a football game, I had to take his picture. I don’t really know whether golf is heterosexual, gay, bi or asexual for that matter. Does it really matter?
I’m getting my tires rotated the other day. I saw this thing sitting on the counter in the tire shop. I had no idea what it was, until I read the label one of the tire guys wrote on it:
A couple of days ago the guys in the pro shop won the raffle in a local tournament. The prize was a wagon full of high end booze. Talk about being on the wagon, or off the wagon, or in the wagon, or being carted home via a wagon:
Saw this license plate the other day in the parking lot. I agree. Playing nine sucks…
I don’t usually enjoy writing checks. But in the case of this check for tickets to the Tuesday practice rounds of the 2010 Masters, I did. Yes, this is a “Harbor Town” check. Other checks in the set are Augusta and St. Andrews. I didn’t use the Augusta check because I didn’t want my bank to get into copyright troubles with Augusta National Golf Club…
All golf courses should do this, warn their customers that the greens will be or have been punched. Nothing sucks worse than getting to the 1st green with your golf pals to find that the green has been punched…
Here’s a golf tee with a shaft as thick as a tooth pick. Nothing is better for hitting big drives, and picking roast beef out of your teeth on the 10th tee than a “toothpick tee.”
Awesome pics – Love the license plate – I’ve been starting to think of what my custom plate should be -I’ll have to see if that one is available here….
It is a sad day when the golf cart crashes – was the pusher hitting the wagon from the third pic? 🙂
I love the content of this blog… great mixture (“,) espically the one of the calculator!!! They are just asking for laughs when they done that!!
Some great photo’s there. I think that is probably the nicest “wagon” i have seen lol. Also agree totally on the “punched” greens as i usually walk right into that atleast a couple times a year.