Llamas Make Good Caddies
By Kickntrue on 7/30/09
Bears and snakes on a golf course may cause fear, but if you see a llama carrying a golf bag or two - that's just a good caddie.
When golfing, caddies can really make a difference in a round. At one local course the caddies are making the rounds memorable. Llamas are caddying at Sherwood Forest Golf Course in Cedar Mountain, NC. Every Tuesday golfers can rent a llama for 9 holes to carry their clubs.I guess this idea is not new to North Carolina. Tallmore Golf Club in Pinehurst has been offering llama caddies for years. Either way, I want one.
I imagine if this has been happening for some time that someone around here has either tried this or heard about an experience? I think it's pretty ridiculous, but can't say that I wouldn't want to try it. Quick question though... what do they do with the ... "fertilizer?"
Thanks to Darrell Louder for the tip!
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Do you get a free drop with "fertilizer" lies?
I was going to say the golf course is getting free fertilizer for their efforts. "How about a little something, ya' know, for the effort???" and the Llama said, "There will be no money. But on your death bed, you will receive total concienceness. So I got that going for me - which in nice!!!"
"Do you want to be replaced by Llamas? Keep it up."
I've been tempted by those alpaca farm ads for years now but couldn't figure out how I could possibly generate as much income with alpacas as I do with my blog. If llamas are the same as alpacas, I think I just figured it out. And my blog's for sale.
@golfgirl - your blog makes money? mind sharing your secrets?! :)
haha i remember when i played there a few years ago they have a llama pen off of the 12th tee there awfull expensive though thats the only bad part.
Hey that's right here in Pinehurst/ Southern Pines. One of the best courses here. Also on one of the holes is where they store the animals , kind of neat
Hidden Springs Golf Course, in Harper Texas, has a par 5 that bends around a camel pasture. What the hell do they do with camels in Texas?
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