Fore!: Woman Lets Go Of Club At Top Golf

November 8, 2018

Seen here in an outfit that was clearly just purchased from the pro shop, this is an ultra-short video of a woman at Top Golf who can't hold onto her club and nearly hits the woman behind her after bouncing it off the ceiling. I like the woman in the background laughing at her. I wonder how much further the club went than the ball. Also, who takes their top off to play golf? SPOILER: Everyone should from now on.

Keep going for the video, but the gif is really all there is to it minus the audio of her friend playing caddie.

Thanks to Shannon S, who agrees she should have gotten a running start and one-handed it polo style.

  • The Continental

    Dear nerds: Not a single comment on how f*cking hot she was.

    Back to your basements!

  • FearlessFarris

    Objectively: She's young and has a nice body. She also chose clothing that highlights her best physical features (nice legs, trim body). She is also wearing a bucket hat.

    Face 5, body 8.5

  • The Continental

    Coming out of the closet isn't easy I'll bet. Congratulations.

  • Because she isn't.

  • The Continental

    Maybe Geekologie has a Braille version for you.

  • MustacheHam

    oof. That was close, it almost hit that other lady (with pinkish hair) in the background. :I

  • The_Wretched

    She wasn't there to golf. Just sayin'.

  • digidude

    Dude in the background isn't even sideglancing the hot half-dressed check who dropped the top of her skimpy coverall shorts to take a swing in her bikini top.

  • He prefers chocolate than vanilla, if you know what I mean......

  • sizzlepants

    Well considering she's gripping the club like it's a baseball bat (and damn near swinging it like one)... little wonder this went poorly.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Does anyone else think golf is stupid? Answer: yes. Everyone thinks golf is stupid.

  • MustacheHam

    Only full sized golf is a bit dull for me.

  • Jenness

    I don't. I love golf but only to play. I can't watch it - that is boring as hell to me.

  • Big Dog on Krampus

    i totally agree. that said, i live near a top golf and it's a fucking blast.

  • Ollie Williams

    Don’t forget that courses are also a giant waste of space and resources.

  • Matt

    it is better than a 50+ story high rise energy hog of a building that doesn't have a green roof and destroys the natural storm drainage eco-system... smh

  • Ollie Williams

    Just to be clear, you're saying an average of 150 acres of land, the maintenance to keep it up, plus the typical golf shop, restaurant, and gigantic clubhouse is better than housing people? I'm not sure I can take someone seriously who uses "smh" anyway. You ARE an adult, right? You shave, have pubic hair, pay your taxes? Let's talk like adults, not \12 year old acronym bullshit.

  • Matt

    Yep, silence. Typical.

  • Matt

    Oh, and GFY

  • Matt

    Since we are adults, where did I say the high rise was "housing" people? And for the record, smh - means "shaking my head". If you can't handle simple acronyms, then you are obviously not fitting very well into society as a whole. You had to go after personal digs because you lack the intellect or research to back your claim. I've worked in the construction industry for 15 years and know without a doubt that I am correct. Yes a golf course uses water, lots of it, but have you cared to research how much water a large office building uses? Do you know the intricacies behind how that building is cooled? No, you clearly don't, so here is another 21st century acronym for you, STFU. Also a high rise has numerous restaurants as you so claim is the killer of the golf course for having.... ONE. To dive a litter further, the water a golf course uses at least goes directly back into the soil and water table of the surrounding landscape. Where as a buildings water usage goes through complex energy hogging systems that provide treatment and filtering of the water, and doesn't allow for much if any of that water to be naturally filtered back into the soil below the building. And finally, your "gigantic" clubhouse is typically only 12,000 SF, that is half the size of a SINGLE floor of a typical highrise where the floors are about 25,000 SF each...times 50 stories... = 1.25 Million square feet. Then how densely can we place these terrible golf courses next to one another? How about the buildings? How many trees to the buildings have, how much grass, how many ponds, etc... to assist in wildlife areas and cutting down on C02? Hmmm curious that you are so adamant about your point, knowing that you are so wrong.

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