Fun Anecdotes From Golf Digest
By Kickntrue on 12/17/10
Golf Digest is calling their most recent issue the "Fun Issue." I'm not going to be the judge of their success with that mission- but one specific article had be laughing for sure! They published some of their best golf anecdotes from the past 60 years and many of them are downright hilarious. Here is an example:
When Arnold played the British Open at Royal Troon [1989], a photographer came out on a practice day wanting a picture of Arnold at the plaque marking the spot on the 16th hole where he had hit the famous shot out of the rough onto the green that won him the British Open in 1961.

Arnold and the photographer go off down the fairway from the first tee looking for this plaque in the rough. After searching for about 10 minutes, Arnold turns to his caddie, Tip Anderson, and said, "Tip, where is that plaque?" And Tip, who had been watching this whole scene in very much bemusement for the past 10 minutes, said, "About 200 miles south of here, Mr. Palmer -- it was at Royal Birkdale, not Royal Troon."
Great stuff here and worth your 10 minutes or so on a Friday afternoon, when, let's be honest, you're not doing anything anyway!

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[ comments ]
JTW1 says:
Now that's funny right there, I don't care who you are.
falcon50driver says:
If I had known the difference between Anecdote and Antidote, Maybe my friend Bubba would still be alive. The jokes I was telling him didn't do too much to help his snakebite.
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