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  • The only thing more pathetic than golfing is cheating at golf.
    The only thing more pathetic than cheating at golf is cheating at golf when EVERYBODY knows you cheated and is laughing at you.

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  • SpectroBoy: The only thing more pathetic than golfing is cheating at golf.


    Golf is a lot of fun when it's just a few friends spending the day outside, shiat talking, and having a couple of beers.  It's even fun as a competition when it's something like a volunteer firehouse charity thing that has steak, beer, and prizes, and isn't too serious.  But cheating at it, yeah, pretty pathetic.
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  • He only got 13 holes-in-one that day.... must have been an off day
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  • what a farking loser
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  • cretinbob: what a farking loser


    How true.  He is widely known for cheating at golf, but this takes the cake.
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  • This is satire, hope everyone has figured that out.
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  • The Daily Mail revealed how the former President orchestrated the feat. "Insiders told DailyMail.com that competitors arriving for day two of the contest on Sunday morning were surprised (although not exactly shocked) to see his name at the top of the leaderboard with a five-point lead over the overnight leader," the outlet wrote.

    "He apparently told members that he had played a cracking round on Thursday, and that would count as his first day's score."


    A "cracking round"? Is that some sort of inside golf lingo or something? Because I'm pretty sure that if you're competing at, say, Wimbledon, you can't skip the first day there, play a few sets against some of your friends, and then claim those decisive wins entitle you to advance in the tournament.
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  • swaniefrmreddeer: This is satire, hope everyone has figured that out.


    heck of a lot of outlets reporting on this "satire"

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  • If it's satire, it brilliantly spotlights a common behavior among despots and their followers.
    If it's not satire, see above.
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    Which is why he keeps getting away with it.
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  • The news came as participants of the seniors' golf championship considering Trump missed half the tournament to attend the funeral of Diamond of "Diamond & Silk" fame that was located in North Carolina, over 600 miles away.

    What the fark is that sentence
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  • swaniefrmreddeer: This is satire, hope everyone has figured that out.


    I didn't download the app to continue reading, so I didn't figure that out.
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  • Palined Parenthood: The news came as participants of the seniors' golf championship considering Trump missed half the tournament to attend the funeral of Diamond of "Diamond & Silk" fame that was located in North Carolina, over 600 miles away.

    What the fark is that sentence


    When "journalism" is now 90% forwarding tweets this are teh grammar that is got.
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  • Pocket Ninja: The Daily Mail revealed how the former President orchestrated the feat. "Insiders told DailyMail.com that competitors arriving for day two of the contest on Sunday morning were surprised (although not exactly shocked) to see his name at the top of the leaderboard with a five-point lead over the overnight leader," the outlet wrote.

    "He apparently told members that he had played a cracking round on Thursday, and that would count as his first day's score."

    A "cracking round"? Is that some sort of inside golf lingo or something? Because I'm pretty sure that if you're competing at, say, Wimbledon, you can't skip the first day there, play a few sets against some of your friends, and then claim those decisive wins entitle you to advance in the tournament.


    If you "own" Wimbledon, everyone you invite to play there doesn't see the point in arguing with you over it, and you pointedly ignore any and all criticism of your obvious cheating; you can (and he does).
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  • He's just trying to emulate his idol:

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  • lordjupiter: [Fark user image 797x77]

    Which is why he keeps getting away with it.


    And you just know that if they even seem to raise an eyebrow, he'll have them barred from the club completely. And they know it too.

    He's still an ass though.
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  • Donald Trump is pathetic
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  • Must be horrible to be replaced by a clown from Brazil who looks better in drag.
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  • This is why he's beloved. Trump is just out there telling it like it is. It's his tournament, he'll win. If you play you're a loser, if you quit you're a quitting loser. Trump is a winner. Always. Rules are for losers.
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  • Archie Goodwin: lordjupiter: [Fark user image 797x77]

    Which is why he keeps getting away with it.

    And you just know that if they even seem to raise an eyebrow, he'll have them barred from the club completely. And they know it too.

    He's still an ass though.


    He supposedly had beef with Mueller over membership dues at one course, from years before the investigation, iirc.
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  • Munden: swaniefrmreddeer: This is satire, hope everyone has figured that out.

    heck of a lot of outlets reporting on this "satire"

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    "Insiders told DailyMail.com that competitors arriving for day two of the contest on Sunday morning were surprised (although not exactly shocked) to see his name at the top of the leaderboard with a five-point lead over the overnight leader,"

    "He apparently told members that he had played a cracking round on Thursday, and that would count as his first day's score.

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    Well, if that isn't satire, then satire dead.
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  • swaniefrmreddeer: Munden: swaniefrmreddeer: This is satire, hope everyone has figured that out.

    heck of a lot of outlets reporting on this "satire"

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    "Insiders told DailyMail.com that competitors arriving for day two of the contest on Sunday morning were surprised (although not exactly shocked) to see his name at the top of the leaderboard with a five-point lead over the overnight leader,"

    "He apparently told members that he had played a cracking round on Thursday, and that would count as his first day's score."

    Well, if that isn't satire, then satire dead.


    Satire dies about 6 years ago. It couldn't compete with real life anymore.
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  • The thing about golf is that if you are a bad player you own it.  Embrace it.

    "What you all shoot on that hole?"
    Seven.
    Me, too - seven.
    Yeah, nine for me.
    "5?  How about you?"
    OK, well thirteen.  First round is on me.  Dayum.  You see my hook into the woods?  Sucks to be me. HaHa.

    Every laughs and slaps you on the back and you get tips for the rest of the game.
    NoNo.  Line your feet up.
    Nice easy swing.  That's it.  Good shot.
    Seven iron.  Try the seven iron.

    You have a few beers at the nineteenth.
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