The Elderly Golfer

The last (for now) in the golfing series -- this one from my brother....

An 80-year-old man's golf game was hampered by poor eyesight: he could hit the ball well but he couldn't see where it went.

He went to his doctor -- also a golfer at the same course -- for advice. His doctor had a great idea: he teamed him up with a 90-year-old man who had perfect eyesight and was willing to go along to serve as a spotter.

The 80-year-old man hit the first ball, and asked his companion if he saw where it landed.

"Yep," said the 90-year-old with great confidence.

"OK..." the 80-year-old said, impatiently. "Where did it go?"

After a pause, the 90-year old replied, "I don't remember."

Posted March 28, 2016

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