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I thought I was a good athlete, until I played golf. But golf is a leisurely activity, not a sport. Anyways, just don’t pay attention to my form here and enjoy the view with the clubhouse at the end of the 9th green. Keep your head down Bugsy!

Taken on: Apr 13, 2007 | 2 Comments
Comment by Jeanna
From Nebraska City, NE

I'm sorry, but I have to argue a point w/you here - one I've been arguing with another for about 8 years now: Golf IS a sport! Webster defines it as: An active diversion requiring physical exertion and competition. Just because you're knocking into someone does not mean it's not a sport. Golf is one of the most mental games you can play! I enjoy it because I play in competition against myself every time I'm out. Keep on swinging and you'll be able to do it for years...FORE!

Comment by Jen
From Leeds, UK

Oh well you're bending your elbows, arms straight!