18 February 2011

    Don't Steal Golf Balls

    If you're on a golf course, and come upon a ball that you know is not yours, do NOT pick it up unless you KNOW FOR AN ABSOLUTE FACT that it's NOT someone else's ball that's in play. If you're on the fairway on one hole, and there's golfers coming up the fairway of the adjacent hole, it's PROBABLY THEIR BALL! And if you DO accidentally pick up someone else's ball and they later ask you if you picked up THEIR ball, apologize and give them their ball back. Accidents do happen. But don't lie and deny it. There's NO room for that in golf. When in doubt, leave the ball there.

    1 comment:

    Golf Platzreife said...

    Golf balls and clubs were a form of blocks of wood. The first documented reference AD1550 golf is one where John Daly playing in a wooden ball. golf ball or feather Feather and quot was introduced in 1618.