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05-03-2010, 10:08 AM
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Skraut
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I'll hang my head and lightly tap my stick on the ice emphasize that I'm not happy with what I did, but I never abuse equipment.

Growing up, I always caddied for my father in his golf league. His partner was a hot head, always throwing or snapping clubs over his knee after a bad shot. I'll never forget the round though where he put 4 balls into the lake off the tee. He ran over and in a rage picked up his entire golf bag and threw it in the lake, and stormed off the course. About 10 minutes later we see him running back from the parking lot. He dives into the lake, pulls out his golf bag, opens it up, pulls out his car keys, then proceeds to throw the golf bag back into the lake.

While it was funny as hell to watch, it did imprint an important lesson at a young age to not let you anger destroy perfectly good equipment.

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