Contrary to popular belief, golf is not a complete waste of time. Many people, for example, use golf as a means to rid themselves of cumbersome money. Other, more talented players, actually use it as a means to rid themselves of cumbersome marriages.
"Just getting the Tiger's eye view, dear!"
Still, whatever your reasons, golf can be an "entertaining," "exciting," and "fun" "sport."
So let's look at some golf cakes, shall we?
Now, the object of golf is to hit a tiny ball...
...off a large pile of crap. This is known as the "drop shot."
Next, assuming that you manage to hit
the ball, you may end up on "the green."
Now, golf courses come in all shapes and sizes, which allows for a wide range of difficulty, scenery, and funny faces:
"The good news is you've got a nice straight shot.
"The bad news is that ball is to scale."
Which reminds me: would you believe the term "lead foot" originated in golf?
If so, then let me tell you the one about the goofy cake blogger who knew obscure factoids about sports.
Every golfer worth his pom-pom hat/argyle knee-socks/plaid bloomers knows the importance of a great golf bag:
Which is apparently what this is.
In fact, this style of bag is known as the "Schweitzer Bag," named after the famous German golfer, Albert Bag.
And finally, let's go over some essential golf terminology:
Golf claps all 'round to wreckporters Brandi T., Lauren F., Sam, Zakes C., K Eva., Stephanie, and Amelia B.
Fore = what you yell before you whack someone with a golf ball.
For = how you indicate who gets the ugly golf cake.
"Four" = *headdesk* *headdesk* *headdesk* *headdesk*