5.09.2006

Random High School Golf Thought

As I look at the state championship golf scores in the Dallas Morning News, a question occurred to me: Is there cheating in high school golf? Those on top of the leaderboard shoot in the upper 60s and lower 70s. Sure, those kids are great, but is there ever any fudging?

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

No more than 3 Mulligans per team!

Anonymous said...

Most of these youngster's have a great deal of honesty, when you cheat at Golf you just cheat yourself.....unless you are a certain number of Bridgeport seniors (boys) that play @ RAB CC. They are quickly losing respect!

mzchief said...

It ALL depends on what you call "fudging." I've seen the foot-wedge used to make certain the ball was NOT out of bounds when the golfer took their next stroke. Of course living on the golf course gives me an exceptional vantage point.

Anonymous said...

My son won district one year and went to regional. I couldn't believe the amount of cheating that was going on. One kid that played with my son turned in a 60 on the first day (cheating about 1 shot per hole). The next day he was watched closely and called on for incorrect score -- he scored a 76 that day! There were no officials monitoring the kids.

Anonymous said...

You think their parents are all Republicans?

mzchief said...

No doubt, there are as many kids of Democrats who cheat as there are children of Republicans. However, the kids of Democrats probably have had enough practice they don't get caught as often as the Republican's children.

Anonymous said...

dont hate on kids just because they are better golfers than you fat people

Anonymous said...

The only reason I play fast and loose with the rules when I play (very informally mind you), is I can't count high enough to play by the rules!

Anonymous said...

You mean a county full of fine, upstanding Christians condones cheating? WWJD?!?