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"Got your putter caught in your skirt?"  I've always enjoyed hearing new ones over the years playing with various folks.  What is your favorite?

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First time playing in Canada a friend quipped to me after a duffed chip "does your husband also play golf" 😉

I know it's an old one now but it had me in stitches at the time.

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When I bomb one past someone I go with:
“Did you hear about that new Walmart they are building?”

No where is it?

“Between my ball and yours!”

This is a favorite that I’ll never forget the faces on my dad and uncles face when I hit each of them with it


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First time playing in Canada a friend quipped to me after a duffed chip "does your husband also play golf"
I know it's an old one now but it had me in stitches at the time.
Sorry, didn't mean to repeat the same insult. Why is there no delete option?

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While well intended, I have heard:  You don't play bad for someone your age.

When a bud hits the green but a ways from the pin: You're dancing but its a long song with an ugly woman; or, you're dancing but you might not be able to hear the band.

When a bud is getting frustrated:  Remember its called golf because all the other four letter words were taken.

When a bud can't seem to make a putt from any length:   Hopefully, your wife ain't horney tonight.

 

 

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A couple, with explanations.  One of our regular players was ALWAYS positive about every shot, even clearly awful ones.  A ball headed high over the OB fence, Fred is saying "great swing!".  That usually caused some type of angry response, mostly unprintable words.  We now call the compliment for a clearly awful shot "Fredding" the player.  

The other started on a trip to Palm Springs a year or two ago.   My wife and I and two other friends are playing, and Rick's non-golfer wife is along with us for the ride,  which is pretty common for her My friend Rick, a really solid player,  was having a really tough day, hitting a bunch of bunkers and really struggling with the sand shots.  Finally, he hit a nice one, and Lisa says "That was a good shot....for you".  So now we bring that phrase out a couple of times every round, "that was a good shot.....for you".

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And one that got under my skin a bit. Played with a high handicap at my club and I shot -4 67. After the round he told me it was a good round but could have been great, I made way to many routine pars. My response was fantastic 102 that you chucked up there today.

Heck I made 4 birds and 14 pars for a clean card. He started the day with a quad and followed it with a triple from the middle of the fairway with a 9 iron.


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After hitting a putt way short one of my buddies will hit you with “be careful walking to your ball, wouldn’t want you to trip on your tampon string”


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9 hours ago, TBT said:

After hitting a putt way short one of my buddies will hit you with “be careful walking to your ball, wouldn’t want you to trip on your tampon string”


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That's HARSH man.

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There are also some of the classics:

A bud spends excessive amounts of time looking for his ball:    Have you ever thought of bowling, I don't think even you could lose a bowling ball. 

A bud seems to be able to often find the water:   Personally, I think its better to lie in green pastures as opposed to still waters.

After a round in the 19th hole, tell a bud:   My objective is to someday shoot my age, not my weight. 

 

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7 minutes ago, TheWahoo said:

There are also some of the classics:

A bud spends excessive amounts of time looking for his ball:    Have you ever thought of bowling, I don't think even you could lose a bowling ball. 

A bud seems to be able to often find the water:   Personally, I think its better to lie in green pastures as opposed to still waters.

After a round in the 19th hole, tell a bud:   My objective is to someday shoot my age, not my weight. 

Or:  Are you Dyslexic, we were play Golf not Flog.

Just for the record, I can and have lost a bowling ball. 

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I played with a guy that had a MASSIVE LOW SNAP HOOK on all drives.

Each drive he'd shout "did you see the wind take that..."

 

funny the first 3 times but lost it's appeal after another 5 minutes in the trees looking for it...again🙄

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