Golf is a sport that sometimes attracts a bad crowd. For some, golf is just as much about drinking and gambling as it is about swinging your clubs (or should I say, “swinging your punches”). For others, it’s more of a networking event than an actual sport. And for some, golf is just an excuse to get away from their significant other or the office for a few hours.
Of course, these people don’t usually make the cut in the PGA. If you want to make it big in the world of golf, you’ll have to learn how to swing your clubs and not your punches.
But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be prepared for everything. After all, what if you’re playing with someone who hits below the belt? In this blog, we’ll look at both sides of the game: the professional and the personal (and sometimes even the political).
A golfing blog with a punny attitude.
Are you looking for a good laugh? Look no further! You can always count on this blog to deliver the best and worst golf jokes.
You’ll find plenty of golf humor to enjoy here, including:
1. Puns about the sport of golf
2. Jokes that make you groan and roll your eyes
3. Funny images, memes, and GIFs
4. Golf stories that will make you laugh out loud
5. And much more!
Golf jokes – the best, and worst, golf jokes out there. Jokes about golf, golfers and the game of golf.
Here is a selection of the best jokes about golf. Some are really terrible, and some are really, really terrible:
A golfer walks into the clubhouse of the local country club. He tells the golf pro behind the counter that he wants to do 18 and he is going to need a caddy. The golfer doesn’t want just any caddy, though; he wants a particular young man who had been caddying for him for years — a precocious kid who would give him club selection advice and whose choices of shots were always right.
The golf pro says that the kid had recently quit because he had gotten fed up with being insulted by his client every time he made a mistake. This shocks the golfer as he had made it clear to his caddy many times that his club choice was his own decision and he should never be insulted no matter what club was selected.
The golf pro then asks if maybe this time they should try it with a different approach where they will drop all pretense of the caddy providing any input at all on club selection? The golfer agrees to this and off they
Today’s post is by guest author Tony Kornheiser.
The best thing about the golf jokes in this piece is that they’re clean, so if you’re not a golfer or if you are one but just don’t get it, never fear! Tony does a great job of describing golf-speak to those of us who aren’t familiar with the terminology, and the jokes are still laugh-out-loud funny even if you don’t understand the technicalities. It’s also very easy to read and is a quick read overall, which makes it quite enjoyable.
Q: Why did the golfer wear two pairs of pants?
A: In case he got a hole in one.
Q: What do you call four bull fighters in quicksand?
A: Quatro sinko.
Q: What do you call a boomerang that doesn’t work?
A: A stick.
Q: What do you call cheese that isn’t yours?
A: Nacho cheese.
Q: Why couldn’t the bicycle stand up by itself?
A: It was two tired.
In golf, one of the most important variables you have to deal with is a constant. That variable is wind. In this article, we’re going to look at how to manage your game in the wind, but first let’s talk about the different types of wind there are.
The first type of wind is the most common: a light breeze. This wind is not threatening, you can pretty much ignore it and just play your game as normal. The second type of wind is a stronger breeze that can affect the ball’s flight towards the hole. You may have to adjust your swing or aim a little differently depending on how strong this breeze is. The third type of wind is a heavy gale blowing across the green – this should be avoided at all costs because it can be extremely dangerous and you might hurt someone!
A golfer goes into the pro shop and looks around frowning. Finally he asks the owner, “Have you got anything new in ladies’ golf clubs?”
The owner says, “What did you have in mind?”
The golfer says, “Well, I’d like something with a little more weight to it. Something that would give me more distance.”
The owner shows him a putter that weighs about ten pounds. “How about this?”
The golfer says, “Wow! That’s great! Will it help my putting?”
The owner says, “It should. With a club that heavy, you’ll definitely be able to keep your head down.”