Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by dontoe, Apr 3, 2006.
That would be cool.
Be getting all Pismo in the sandtraps...
That and beer are the only way you could get me on a golf course.
Golf: Pool (billiards) on too large a scale.
It's an acquired activity....
4 hrs of frustrating fun...
beers definitely lessen the pain..
Ya, I'm glad some people enjoy it. It just isn't active enough for me, and it loses my attention span pretty quickly.
Golf is alot like working on your truck... if you aren't pissed off and cussing the whole time, you are probably doing something else.
Seriously tho, Ive seen some golf carts not much smaller than that here at the dunes in Pismo. Im surprised they can even turn those tires. lol
That guy's not from CK5. That cart isn't running 4"/zero rate/60/14bolt/42" TSLs.
...Shoot i just go golfin to drink, lol for some reason my game has never improved...go figure
Going golfing isn't about .... golf.
Infact the golf really has nothing to do with hitting balls into a hole at all.
Really its just an excuse to get drunk and try to to pickup the beer cart girl.
guess it is about balls and holes after all
messing around with the golf karts is what makes golf enjoyable to me
hah that 2.
nothing more fun then trying to explain how you managed to bury the cart to the floor in mud.
oh christ ... i almost forgot.
The follow is 100% tested (and TBS certified Madly funny), and I highly suggest trying this when a friend has been drinking on course.
when he stops @ the porta poty to drain the lizard, run it with a golf cart (not to hard, remember you gotta ride in the car with him on the way home, just hard enough to scare him a little)
Or how you rolled it off an 8ft embankment.
That was a fun day...
Dammit, now I feel really pathetic. I think that golf cart has bigger tires than I do....
Wow, that is pathetic.
Heres my mini version of that... 4 inchs of lift with 22 inch ATV tires
I've always wanted to do something like that with the golf carts at work... It looks easy enough...
What I really want to do, though, is modify my bellman's cart... Jack it up a couple inches, put some axles on there with some sort of spring suspension, and whatever size tires fit under there... If I had some flex on the cart's suspension it would make my job a breeze going over curbs
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