It really doesn't help your game...
Always Have A Designated Driver
By Kickntrue on 6/24/09
Your (drunk) buddies leave you (also drunk) at a golf course so you decide to steal your cart and drive it home... bad idea, especially when home happens to be 40 miles away.
After [the police officer] turned on the squad car's emergency lights and air horn, the suspect turned to wave and then pulled the cart onto the shoulder of the highway, according to the report. But the man continued driving the cart.

The deputy then used a siren, and the driver eventually stopped the cart about three-tenths of a mile south of the intersection, the report says, or about a mile from the golf course....

The man admitted that he had consumed around 10 beers while at the golf course, but that he did not believe he was intoxicated.

The suspect later told Meier that he did not know where he was at the time of the traffic stop and that "he did not even realize he was driving the golf cart on the road until he saw the squad with lights behind him," the report says.
Folks, there are plenty of reasons to always have a DD, none of which matter to golf. It's one crime that happens every day where 99% of people who do it are never caught, but who at any moment could ruin their lives and the lives of others instantly. It's stupid.

While this story is hilarious- it is so because of how stupid the alcohol made him (though I'm sure he had a good dose of natural stupidity to help things along), not because it happened.

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[ comments ]
jerdman says:
If baseball gets a designated hitter, then I need a designated driver. Any 80% fairway hitters on here want to team up?
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