Angry Golfer Immediately Apologizes After Knocking Out Another Golfer With One Punch

Angry Golfer Immediately Apologizes After Knocking Out Another Golfer With One PunchLet’s take you to the tranquil setting provided by Elk Point Golf and Country Club in Alberta, Canada, where one golfer seems to have a disagreement with another.

‘Immediately regrets’

Weary of talking out their differences, one of them knocks the other out with one wallop to the face.  Aside from the sickening sound the actual punch makes upon impact, the most captivating aspect of this fight is the guy with a mean right hook who immediately regrets his decision to resort to violence.


‘Most polite jerk’

He might be the most polite jerk we have ever seen, because he yells, “I didn’t want to do that. I’m sorry.” It’s pretty much the excuse Bruce Banner uses when he wakes up after a Hulk-fueled bender.

Anyone in the know, please let us know how this all worked out. We can only hope the man in white woke up and the two shared a beer and pancakes at the turn.

What do you think happened after the golfer knocked out his fellow golfer with one wallop? And what would you do if you were the golfer who was punched? Feel free to share your most amusing reactions and speculations with us via the comment box below!

Source: Gabe Zaldivar | Bleacher Report

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Atlanta Hawks New Head Coach Arrested For DUI

Atlanta Hawks New Head Coach Arrested For DUIThe Atlanta Hawks tabbed former San Antonio Spurs assistant Mike Budenholzer to be their new head coach back in May, but his tenure with the organization has gotten off to a rocky start to say the least. He was arrested for DUI early Thursday morning, according to Zach Klein of WSB-TV in Atlanta.

‘Taillight violation’

WSB-TV is reporting that a Georgia State Patrol trooper pulled Budenholzer over for having no taillights. After the trooper smelled alcohol, however, he administered a field sobriety test and ultimately decided to arrest Budenholzer, who reportedly refused to take a breathalyzer test.

According to a spokesperson for the Atlanta City Jail, Budenholzer was charged with DUI as well as a taillight violation, and he was released on $1,524 bond at 3:45 a.m. ET on Thursday morning.


‘Under the influence of drugs’

According to MyFoxAtlanta.com, in addition to the aforementioned charges, Budenholzer has been charged with driving under the influence of drugs, driving under the influence of multiple substances, driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs and having an alcohol concentration exceeding 0.08 grams at any time within three hours of driving.

Budenholzer spent 16 years as an assistant with the Spurs under Gregg Popovich, winning four NBA championships during his tenure. Budenholzer has never served as a head coach at the professional level, but he was a highly sought-after candidate this offseason.  It’s entirely possible that Budenholzer has already ruined his big break, however.

How will this arrest affect Mike Budenholzer’s career as the new head coach of the Atlanta Hawks? Feel free to share your thoughts and opinions with us via the comment box below!

Source: Mike Chiari | Bleacher Report

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