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

Image: Shutterstock

NCAA: Oregon Coaches Violated Rules

NCAA Oregon Coaches Violated RulesThe NCAA has been investigating potential violations regarding Oregon football coaches and their recruiting practices, and the University of Oregon has reportedly admitted to at least one infraction.

‘Self-imposed punishment’

According to Adam Jude of The Oregonian, the school has agreed that football coaches committed at least one major recruiting violation between 2008 and 2011. Because of that, Oregon has suggested a self-imposed punishment of two years of probation and the reduction of one scholarship in each of the next three seasons. Per Jude:

The review is ongoing until the NCAA Committee on Infractions issues its final report, the (University of Oregon’s) statement read. The integrity of the process and our continued full cooperation with the NCAA prohibits us from publicly discussing the specifics of this matter.


‘Major violation’

While Oregon has admitted to one major violation, it is in disagreement with the NCAA regarding another. According to the report, the NCAA believes that Oregon’s $25,000 payment to talent scout Willie Lyles constitutes a major violation, while the university considers it to be a secondary violation.

The alleged violations, which took place under head coach Chip Kelly who has since left the school to become the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, continue to be investigated and will be addressed by the NCAA’s Committee on Infractions at some point this year, according to the report. At that point, it will be determined if Oregon’s self-imposed punishment is steep enough.

Do you think Oregon’s self-imposed punishment is steep enough? Or should they face more sanctions?

Source: Mike Chiari, Bleacher Report

Image: Oregon Live