I think this is him.
Rudy Giuliani's Son Sucks
By Kickntrue on 7/24/08
Andrew Giuliani was dismissed from the Duke University golf team recently- so like any good American he's suing. The coach wanted to reduce the size of the team from 13 to about half of that and Rudy's boy didn't make the cut. He's suing because this interferes with his plans to become a professional golfer.
Ummm... There are 380,000 NCAA athletes and most of them will be going pro in something other than sports. Deal with it. I bet he cried when he lost in dodge ball too.
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I think I am going to sue my golf course because their greens fee makes it prohibitive for me to golf everyday and go pro.
Handled by a true New Yorker....sue 'em or shoot 'em.....though a shooting wouldn't fair well for Rudy's next bid for President.
By the way it sounds, no matter how he shoots he may miss ya anyway, so let 'em shoot!
I knew there was something wrong with this kid when he was acting up during his father's inauguration speech.
What a D-Bag, I have to be honest I hope some judge punishes him for frivolous lawsuits or we'll see kids suing over not making their high school basketball teams and the like.
To Klangdon: Hell, I might sue my regular golf course since it is obviously at fault for my crappy game. If it were better maintained I would play better. If the defense recommends I play a round at Valhalla to test that theory then I guess I'd just have to suffer through it :)
I'm suing Titleist for making balls too expensive. Then I'm suing my course pro for not making me a great golfer after 6 lessons. Next it's my parents for not making me taller, so I can drive the ball further. After that I'll petition the PGA to allow me to play a tournament with my handicap. Only fair since I'm a short old bald guy with a wicked fade and mediocre putting game.
I guess I'll have to sue Todd Robb since he has caused me so much distress on oobGolf that I have become totally distraught when I try to tee it up now!
NOTTTTT!!! Psych! I'm playing better than ever. Thanks, Todd! You're a good egg after all! Just look at your head! Joisey loves you, too!
Eddy Whitaker says:
be careful or his son might try to sue you for saying that he sucks
Eddy Whitaker says:
i looked at duke's website right after i posted..and by duke's standard's...the kids sucks...he was 11th on their team of 13...he wasnt even close to making it..and i'm not sure ifthat pic is right...here is the one from duke... www.goduke.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=22554&SPID
the pic that Eddy linked to is the epitome of a d-bag.
Andrew Giuliani finished tied for 29th last week in the NY State Open at Bethpage Black in a field packed with Pros. ThatGÇÖs not bad for an amateur at the home of next years US Open. HeGÇÖs also in 8th Place for MGA Player of the year, a title he won in 2006. That doesnGÇÖt sound like a player that sucks to me. I think something fishy going onGÇª
2008 NY State Open Results
2008 Player of the Year Race
I would have to agree that he "sucks" is a bit much. He obviously has game, I think everyone here, myself included has a problem with him suing for being cut. He may have game, but if he is 11th on a team of 13 and someone has to go, the math is pretty simple. I heard a report yesterday that five of the players voted to get rid of him for a few different reasons. Why does he think that Duke golf is the only way to get to the PGA tour? He should move on and show them that he doesn't need them to get there.
Considering his age and playing years ahead of him maybe he should transfer to Stanford! As everyone knows, including his daddy, he will get NOWHERE by suing Duke, or whoever he chooses to put in his pitiful allegations! But then if he couldn't make it at Duke, he surely won't cut the mustard at Stanford. What's his major? Philosophy? He does have the head for dodge ball!
TR- I don't think "sucks" was used in a way that had anything to do with his golf game. He may not suck at golf- fact is- he's better than 99.9% of this site, but that doesn't make him suck any less as a person- as his actions have demonstrated.
Kickntrue- I agree, but I also think he's a victim of bad advice. It sounds like he went home crying to his mother, and like mothers do, she stuck up for her son. It's kind of curious that he said he wants to keep his father out of it. I wouldn't be surprised if his father told him to suck it up and keep it movin.
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