As a golfer myself, I’ve seen my fair share of arguments on the golf course, with a couple of them even turning physical.
Golf is described as a “Gentleman’s game,” and from the outside looking in, the golf course is probably the last place you’d expect someone to start throwing hands.
Typically they start because someone is butt hurt that they lost a lot of money while gambling, the people behind them almost hit them with one of their shots without saying “fore,” or a group is playing too slow and backing the whole golf course up.
And of course, alcohol is almost always involved…
They happen from time to time, and as a person who has never been involved and only witnessed, it’s 10/10 high quality entertainment.
And I’ll say this right now, I would’ve paid a lot of money to have been here to witness this one. It all went down at Bailey Ranch Golf Course in Owasso, Oklahoma.
In the footage that was posted by TJ Eckert, sports director for Channel 8 News, you can see a large group of dudes arguing. Next thing you know, one of the guys starts swinging on another, and that’s when the real brawl breaks out.
But the kicker?
The guys who were fighting didn’t realize that they were going up against former MMA fighters, who’ve been trained to fight for years…
Yeah, this one was over before it started…
Check it out:
Had this sent to me this morning.
Looks like things went well Monday at Bailey Ranch up in Owasso!
“Master’s Girl” Looking To Follow In Paige Spiranac’s Footsteps
Aaliyah Kikumoto, who went viral when she was featured in the background of CBS’s Masters Tournament broadcast, is doing her best to extend her “15 minutes of fame.”
As Kikumuto, who has know been coined the “Master’s Girl,” was standing in the crowd behind professional golfers Jon Rahm (eventual champion) and Brooks Koepka, a TikTok account captured the moment on their TV screen and posted this video below.
The caption for the TikTok is:
“Somehow I fell in love with someone I only saw for 15 seconds.”
Kikumoto is currently finishing up her freshman year on the “Poms Squad” at Texas Tech. She went on to tell the Daily Star that she was currently focused on her academics and finishing out the school year.
She also mentioned that she is definitely looking into the life of an influencer, and said this excitingly:
“We’re exploring all options and my dreams,”
Long term, I want to use my platform to do good, and also be a positive influence or role model to other people.”
Like the Master’s Tournament tagline, it has been “a tradition unlike any other” lately during sporting events for fans that are briefly shown on the broadcast to go viral and be identified.
Kikumoto seems to be exploring all of her options, and though Paige Spiranac has quite the head start as the “original golf influencer,” there might be enough of a market for the “Master’s Girl” to find a seat at the table.
Just imagine if she had stood 3 feet to the right or the left…
Small moments can lead to big change, and the “Master’s Girl” is certainly making the most of her fortunate moment.