A golf writer gets involved in a *heated* incident. Now… he needs your help.

Alexander Levy, left, and Anirban Lahiri throughout a match on the 2018 Eurasia Cup.

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Obscenity on my half. Obscenity of him. Obscene gesture on my half. Obscene gesture on his half.

After which he continued his seventeenth gap, and I put within the sixteenth.

Troublesome scene, proper? However earlier than I’m going on to let you know about this alternate of courtesies, you need to know just a few issues that hassle me. I’ve my opinions and I get pleasure from sharing them, but when we do not agree, I nonetheless imagine we are able to break bread later. To additional expose this sweetness, I as soon as had a coworker, in a hectic second for him, yell at me, “Does something ever hassle you?” – to which I bear in mind saying, “Not likely.”

Nevertheless it occurs. Clearly.


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With that, we’re heading out to Van Cortlandt Park within the Bronx, New York on Tuesday, and the principle factor to know for this story is that Vanny welcomes all comers. And at that time, take into account this incident in entrance of me and a pal on the fifth gap. A duo have been strolling down the green when a ball from the adjoining fourth course landed about 100 yards in entrance of them, and the ballplayer hit his shot. from there in a straight line in the direction of the duo. Good materials.

Solely this man joined us. (To be clear, he stopped whereas we waited at 5, we mentioned he might play, he mentioned he might play us, we insisted he play and he mentioned he would play us). . Then we get to 16.

And the sixteenth tees excessive, then goes down and again up for its 280 yards or so. So it takes a pop to get shut, at the least for me. And it’s a must to sustain. And the couple appeared to be just a few meters from the inexperienced. If all of this seems like a protection of my actions, it’s. So I launched.

And the ball rolled – rolled — inside 10 or extra yards of one of many gamers.

And he walked again.

He turned 90 levels to his left.

And hit my ball within the woods.


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“Wait,” I mentioned to my pal, “did he simply…”

“Sure,” mentioned my pal.

Oh.

“Do you need to drive up and ask him about it?” my pal requested.

At first, I laughed. After which it simply gnaws at you. So once we obtained near the inexperienced, they usually have been on the seventeenth gap, I drove my cart.

“Hey, did you simply hit my ball within the woods?”

“Sure, that’s the third time we have now been hit. sufficient of that [obscenity].”

“Pal,” I mentioned, “it is our first time, we don’t know who’s the man with us, my ball rolled beneath you, and it is Van Cortlandt Park, you must know this [obscenity] occurs.”

“It was shut sufficient,” he mentioned.

“I need a ball,” I mentioned.

And this went on for some time, earlier than we signed off with what I wrote down within the first paragraph.

I ought to have yelled forward. Or not hitting in any respect. Or let it slide. However… it occurs. I am a little bit embarrassed about every thing. Though clearly not discouraged; I would not be telling you this story. And that is the place I want your assist.

You, expensive golf reader, have tales of heated incidents, fights, colourful language, and colourful characters.

A lot, a lot better even. I am positive of it. And I need to hear them.

Then e-mail me at nick.piastowski@golf.com. Or ship me a DM on Twitter at @nickpia. Give me all the main points.

I promise that I can’t reply with phrases or gestures.

I am normally good.

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Nick Piastowski

Nick Piastowski

Golf.com Writer

Nick Piastowski is a senior editor for Golf.com and Golf Journal. In his function, he’s chargeable for enhancing, writing and growing tales all through the golf area. And when he is not writing about methods to hit the golf ball farther and straighter, the Milwaukee native might be taking part in the sport, hitting the ball left and proper and brief, and ingesting a chilly beer to clear the rating. the. You may contact him about any of those subjects (his tales of his, his sport, or his beers) at nick.piastowski@golf.com.

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