Golfer tries to play shot on frozen hazard, immediately regrets it
There is a reason why golf is considered a warm weather sport, and there is also a reason why course hazards are defined as such.
Here’s Exhibit A:
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That, my friends, is what we like to call a poor life decision. Instead of taking the L and eating a stroke, this guy is forced to pull himself from the depths of the frigid water and wear his idiocy. It doesn’t even matter if he played the remainder of the course in soaking wet, freezing cold clothes. Just walking back to the parking lot in that state would be humiliating enough.
Maybe take up an indoor activity during the winter months, pal. Consider grabbing a Netflix subscription. It’s more enjoyable than fighting off hypothermia.