From Chicken Soup for the Golfer's Soul The Second Round

A Hole in “How Many”?

I try to use a method I call the positive-negative approach. I positively identify the negatives and work from there.

Bob Murphy

Two golfers were on the green of the 3rd hole at Bethpage Golf Course, when all of a sudden a golf ball came from nowhere and rolled right up to the cup. One of the golfers said, “Let’s put the ball in the cup and give the guy a hole-in-one.”

All of a sudden a golfer came out of the woods and said, “Did any of you see a golf ball around here?”

One of the golfers on the green said, “Yes, it landed right in the cup.”

“Good, ” said the man who hit the “hole-in-one, ” “that gives me a 13 for this hole.”

Steven Schockett

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