This post is from Nate Bissonnette, who seems to know St. Cloud and is a frequent commenter on many MOB blogs. He sent three posts -- this was the shortest. I will post the other two later this week because I liked them too.
King, I looked at what I sent you last night - they're not blogs, they're columns. Way too long for your purposes. Don't know what I was thinking.
Actually, I do - I was busy prepping for the Millard Fillmore golf tourney to be played Friday, hosted by Learned Foot of the Kool Aid Report.
I'm a bad golfer so I wanted to brush up on bad golf tips before the game. There's a great video "Bad Golf Made Easy" starring Leslie Nielson of Naked Gun fame. I also looked over the Other Rules of Golf, which includes explanations of the rules, such as:
The law of gravity is a law of nature. The Rules of Golf do not take precedence over the laws of nature. If a ball that rolls over a hole should have dropped in, it did drop in, and must be counted as such.
There is no such thing as a lost ball. Sooner or later, it will be found and sold to someone else. That person now has your ball. It's not lost, it's been stolen. You, as the victim of the crime, should not be punished for it; therefore, record no penalty for lost balls.
I'm sure your readers know many others. I could use all the help I can get!