Male Golfers Try To Figure Out Why They Can’t Beat New Female Golfer

In the world of male egos and sports, there’s nothing quite like the satisfaction of watching a group of guys getting bested by a woman they underestimated. This story revolves around a golf club, where the male members are in for a series of surprises when a new female member joins. The tale begins when the woman overhears the men discussing their golf rounds and confidently mentions her past experience playing on her college golf team.

She suggests joining them next week, and while none of the men are keen on the idea, they reluctantly agree with the condition of starting at the ungodly hour of 6:30 a.m., thinking it will discourage her. However, to their surprise, the woman arrives promptly at 6:30 a.m. and astounds them by playing a round that’s 2-under par. Her skill and pleasant demeanor leave the men impressed and willing to invite her back. The next week, she agrees to return but hints at possibly being 15 minutes late.

Despite their irritation, she arrives punctually and stuns them yet again by playing left-handed, still beating them with an even-par round. Their amazement grows, and they invite her back for another round. This time, she arrives 15 minutes late, sparking some grumbling from the men.

However, when she plays right-handed and narrowly defeats all three of them, they begrudgingly accept her late arrival, attributing it to gamesmanship. Her charm and graciousness make it impossible to hold a grudge. As they share a few beers in the Clubhouse, curiosity gets the better of one of the men, and he asks her how she decides whether to golf right-handed or left-handed.

Blushing and grinning, she reveals that she’s ambidextrous, thanks to her father’s golf lessons. However, the bizarre twist lies in her morning routine with her husband. She explains that if her husband’s “willie” points to the right, she golfs right-handed, and if it points to the left, she golfs left-handed. And if it points straight up, well, she’s inevitably fifteen minutes late. This revelation leaves the men in stitches, marveling at the unexpected source of her golfing decisions.

The story ends with a delightful sense of humor and camaraderie among the golfers, showcasing that sometimes, it’s the unexpected and quirky aspects of a person’s life that make them all the more interesting.

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