Parking Fail: Of Course A Golf Cart Ends Up In This Spot At The Women’s British Open
You know, those damn women drivers…
Oh, I kid, I kid. I have no idea whether or not the golf cart ended up in this rather unusual location because a woman was driving it or if a man was operating it…a man who just so happens to drive like a woman. Kidding again. Gosh, people, calm down a bit.
It seems to me that somebody might have been attempting a little Dukes of Hazzard routine but made the critical mistake of not noticing there were no big piles of dirt to launch their cart. Big miss. Also, where are all the hay bales? Silly British people trying to act like renegade inbreds. That’s never going to work.
But seriously, folks, here’s the story, via the LPGA’s official Facebook page:
CARNOUSTIE, SCOTLAND – JULY 28: A buggy sits in the Barry Burn on the 17th hole following some errant driving during the first round of the 2011 Ricoh Women’s British Open at Carnoustie on July 28, 2011 in Carnoustie, Scotland. (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images)
What’s that? They call a golf cart a buggy across the pond? Those dang British with their weird names for everything. It’s almost as exasperating as women drivers..
Um, take my wife, please! Is this hackneyed Catskills-esque stand-up comedy routine working for you at all? No? Huh.
[H/T Pro Golf Talk]