it's a moment, but not a good one...

Did you see this golf club review?

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Scott Rushing
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it's a moment, but not a good one...

We've all had bad days on the golf course but just know it could be worse...much worse:

7/12/1916: Playing in the United States Carpet Trade Golf Competition at Hackensack Golf Club in Oradell, New Jersey, John F. Murphy returned a card with nines of 147 and 151 for a total of 298. Murphy's partner is said to have been surprised by his much improved play at the 18th, where he made a 10, thus avoiding a horrendous round of 300 by two shots.

Lol! looking at his scorecard, he had 4 holes where he carded scores of 20+, and NEVER had a single digit score on ANY hole!

298 is GREAT

A score of 298 would be GREAT if he was bowling and not playing atĀ golf. It's hard to believe anyone could be that bad at the game, not even a beginner playing their first game should be that bad.


Putting is easy if you have the Right Putter.