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June 30, 2020


"Did somebody step on a duck?"

(Thanks to John Lobert)


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As a former halfway decent golfer, I can assure you that the property etiquette is to check for wind direction before letting one rip. We would have disqualified this guy.

My son would wait until I was in full backswing, then rip one. This would often result in a wildly errant tee shot and great mirth. Can't imagine where he learned t be so... irreverent.

Not only the property etiquette, but the proper, also.

Good that there was no lump in it like a guy I golfed with on time. It was in Florida so no one seemed to care.

Wouldn't this would have a bigger effect on the outcome of the game if they were curling?

If golfing doesn't make you want to do that, you're not doing it right.

Rodney Dangerfield, Caddyshack, 1980.

I bet the guy in the background is glad he was wearing a mask.

Is the duck OK?

It seems the duck was a tad cheesey

If this duck was in tonight's moveable theme it could be called duck L'Orange

Orange you glad you said that? We are cuz the only thing that rhymes with orange is door hinge.

In response, [fellow pro golfer Greg] Chalmers said,

..."What do you mean it's a 'steamed ham,' not a duck?"

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