When Good Golfing Goes Bad

golf fire When Good Golfing Goes Bad
You can use a golf club for all kinds of non-golfy purposes — walking stick and fishing rod, to name a couple. And now we can add to that list…firestarter.

Over the weekend, a golfer’s routine swing in the rough at the Shady Canyon Golf Course in Irvine, Calif., struck a rock. Not so different from the way Tom plays, right?  Only this time, the impact caused a spark, and the spark set off a blaze that eventually burned 25 acres and required the efforts of 150 Orange County firefighters.

The golfer’s name is being withheld, which is probably for the best, and no charges are going to be filed.

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