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(NW Florida Daily News)   79-year-old golfer has recorded 14 holes-in-one ever since she started playing with Kim Jong Il   (nwfdailynews.com) divider line 11
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2013-01-05 08:12:36 AM
A California business man, while in Japan for some business meetings and a few rounds of golf, arrived in Tokyo a day earlier than expected. Feeling lonely that evening, he employed the services of a beautiful young Japanese girl to be his companion for the evening. Although the Japanese girl spoke very little English and the businessman spoke no Japanese, their passion roared and in the heat of the moment she began yelling "Gama Su!, Gama Su!". Hearing this, the Californian knew he had pleased his female Japanese friend and soon afterwards went to sleep. The next day while playing golf with his Japanese business colleagues, one of his Japanese partners holed his shot from 170 yards away! Everyone went crazy and began yelling excitedly in Japanese. Wanting to impress his friends, the Californian joined in and began yelling, "Gama Su! Gama Su!"

Suddenly everyone became quiet. After a moment of silence, one of the Japanese turned to him and asked "Wrong hole? What do you mean wrong hole?"
 
2013-01-05 08:53:15 AM
If she really has any of them at the Shalimar Pointe Country Club, that's great. It's not at a par 3 or pitch and putt course. It's a real course, par 72 at 6,765 yards for the championship layout and 5,427 for the red tees with "manicured tiftdwarf" greens (whatever that means).
 
2013-01-05 10:22:24 AM
Quick, sign her up for the next US Ryder Cup team...
 
2013-01-05 11:27:24 AM

notmtwain: If she really has any of them at the Shalimar Pointe Country Club, that's great. It's not at a par 3 or pitch and putt course. It's a real course, par 72 at 6,765 yards for the championship layout and 5,427 for the red tees with "manicured tiftdwarf" greens (whatever that means).


Type of grass that's not that farking bermuda.
 
2013-01-05 11:36:21 AM

strangeguitar: A California business man, while in Japan for some business meetings and a few rounds of golf, arrived in Tokyo a day earlier than expected. Feeling lonely that evening, he employed the services of a beautiful young Japanese girl to be his companion for the evening. Although the Japanese girl spoke very little English and the businessman spoke no Japanese, their passion roared and in the heat of the moment she began yelling "Gama Su!, Gama Su!". Hearing this, the Californian knew he had pleased his female Japanese friend and soon afterwards went to sleep. The next day while playing golf with his Japanese business colleagues, one of his Japanese partners holed his shot from 170 yards away! Everyone went crazy and began yelling excitedly in Japanese. Wanting to impress his friends, the Californian joined in and began yelling, "Gama Su! Gama Su!"

Suddenly everyone became quiet. After a moment of silence, one of the Japanese turned to him and asked "Wrong hole? What do you mean wrong hole?"


Man, that didn't actually happen. Check snopes.com
 
2013-01-05 03:13:43 PM
I can actually buy 14 holes over 50+ years of playing golf three times a week (year round, since she's in Florida). Odds are definitely against it, but it's not crazy, especially if any of her rounds are at par 3 or pitch-and-putt courses.

Definitely a lot easier to swallow than the hole-in-one lady's claim of 16 of them in 6 months....
 
2013-01-05 04:20:02 PM

Crudbucket: strangeguitar: A California business man, while in Japan for some business meetings and a few rounds of golf, arrived in Tokyo a day earlier than expected. Feeling lonely that evening, he employed the services of a beautiful young Japanese girl to be his companion for the evening. Although the Japanese girl spoke very little English and the businessman spoke no Japanese, their passion roared and in the heat of the moment she began yelling "Gama Su!, Gama Su!". Hearing this, the Californian knew he had pleased his female Japanese friend and soon afterwards went to sleep. The next day while playing golf with his Japanese business colleagues, one of his Japanese partners holed his shot from 170 yards away! Everyone went crazy and began yelling excitedly in Japanese. Wanting to impress his friends, the Californian joined in and began yelling, "Gama Su! Gama Su!"

Suddenly everyone became quiet. After a moment of silence, one of the Japanese turned to him and asked "Wrong hole? What do you mean wrong hole?"

Man, that didn't actually happen. Check snopes.com


It's a joke, dipsh_t.
 
2013-01-05 04:33:34 PM

Supes: I can actually buy 14 holes over 50+ years of playing golf three times a week (year round, since she's in Florida). Odds are definitely against it, but it's not crazy, especially if any of her rounds are at par 3 or pitch-and-putt courses.

Definitely a lot easier to swallow than the hole-in-one lady's claim of 16 of them in 6 months....


After reading that article, it certainly seems the lady is a pathological liar and someone who desperately needs attention.
 
2013-01-05 10:07:24 PM

Big_Doofus: Crudbucket: strangeguitar: A California business man, while in Japan for some business meetings and a few rounds of golf, arrived in Tokyo a day earlier than expected. Feeling lonely that evening, he employed the services of a beautiful young Japanese girl to be his companion for the evening. Although the Japanese girl spoke very little English and the businessman spoke no Japanese, their passion roared and in the heat of the moment she began yelling "Gama Su!, Gama Su!". Hearing this, the Californian knew he had pleased his female Japanese friend and soon afterwards went to sleep. The next day while playing golf with his Japanese business colleagues, one of his Japanese partners holed his shot from 170 yards away! Everyone went crazy and began yelling excitedly in Japanese. Wanting to impress his friends, the Californian joined in and began yelling, "Gama Su! Gama Su!"

Suddenly everyone became quiet. After a moment of silence, one of the Japanese turned to him and asked "Wrong hole? What do you mean wrong hole?"

Man, that didn't actually happen. Check snopes.com

It's a joke, dipsh_t.


Oh shiat dude, is it??
 
2013-01-06 03:53:36 AM

Crudbucket: Big_Doofus: Crudbucket: strangeguitar: A California business man, while in Japan for some business meetings and a few rounds of golf, arrived in Tokyo a day earlier than expected. Feeling lonely that evening, he employed the services of a beautiful young Japanese girl to be his companion for the evening. Although the Japanese girl spoke very little English and the businessman spoke no Japanese, their passion roared and in the heat of the moment she began yelling "Gama Su!, Gama Su!". Hearing this, the Californian knew he had pleased his female Japanese friend and soon afterwards went to sleep. The next day while playing golf with his Japanese business colleagues, one of his Japanese partners holed his shot from 170 yards away! Everyone went crazy and began yelling excitedly in Japanese. Wanting to impress his friends, the Californian joined in and began yelling, "Gama Su! Gama Su!"

Suddenly everyone became quiet. After a moment of silence, one of the Japanese turned to him and asked "Wrong hole? What do you mean wrong hole?"

Man, that didn't actually happen. Check snopes.com

It's a joke, dipsh_t.

Oh shiat dude, is it??


Of course it's a joke.  The correct way to say 'wrong hole' in Japanese is 'machigai hole'
 
2013-01-06 04:21:08 AM

relaxitsjustme: Crudbucket: Big_Doofus: Crudbucket: strangeguitar: A California business man, while in Japan for some business meetings and a few rounds of golf, arrived in Tokyo a day earlier than expected. Feeling lonely that evening, he employed the services of a beautiful young Japanese girl to be his companion for the evening. Although the Japanese girl spoke very little English and the businessman spoke no Japanese, their passion roared and in the heat of the moment she began yelling "Gama Su!, Gama Su!". Hearing this, the Californian knew he had pleased his female Japanese friend and soon afterwards went to sleep. The next day while playing golf with his Japanese business colleagues, one of his Japanese partners holed his shot from 170 yards away! Everyone went crazy and began yelling excitedly in Japanese. Wanting to impress his friends, the Californian joined in and began yelling, "Gama Su! Gama Su!"

Suddenly everyone became quiet. After a moment of silence, one of the Japanese turned to him and asked "Wrong hole? What do you mean wrong hole?"

Man, that didn't actually happen. Check snopes.com

It's a joke, dipsh_t.

Oh shiat dude, is it??

Of course it's a joke.  The correct way to say 'wrong hole' in Japanese is 'machigai hole'


I'm gonna have to take your word on that, Snopes is coming up empty.
 
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