In Your Face Etiquette by Sarge

Golf Etiquette
Yeah, me and "Scruff Dog" have hit it off pretty good. I never thought I'd become pals with a "dork", but I have. One of the things I like about ole' Scruff is his Golf Etiquette. You can tell a lot about the character of a person after spending some time with 'em on the golf course.

You see, golf is a lot like life. You face many adversities, obstacles, and challenges. In order to succeed, you must be self-reliant, but not self-consumed. If you can't think about your fellow man and go the extra mile to make things better for him, you haven't learned a thing about golf or life.

Now! LISTEN UP you "knuckle dragging fire ants"!!!
You know who you are! That's right, I'm talking to you brain dead guys and gals who do not have the etiquette to rake a sand bunker ("trap" for you rookies) after you have hacked and dug it up like a danged 'tater patch. If I could ever catch you, I'd make you rake every gull-darned sand trap on the golf course for a week!

I'm only goin' to tell you this ONCE!
If any part of your body, including anything in your grubby little hands, in any way touches or disrupts a grain of sand in a sand bunker, you had best find yourself a rake and smooth the sand so there is no evidence that your sorry butt was ever in there! And another thing. When you're finished with that rake, place it on the ground outside the bunker, with the danged handle parallel to the fairway! Show a little respect for the other golfers! YOU GOT THAT?

Respect for the Flag
I'm not talking about the flag on the green you divot head, although there is a proper way to respect it, which I will get into later. I'm talking about "Old Glory", the Stars and Stripes! I get a tear in my eye everytime our National Anthem is played and our flag is raised. I can't help thinking about the thousands of men and women who have given their lives or have had their lives forever changed, fighting to preserve and protect everything our flag stands for.
I also get gulled when I see Americans who think they are being patriotic, but are actually being disrespectful to our flag. It's ok to be ignorant, but don't be stupid! Click on "Old Glory" to learn the proper etiquette for the treatment of the flag of the United States of America.

Every nation on e
arth has a flag. Click here to learn about The Flags of the World.
This is Sarge,He is
a no nonsense kind of guy with a big heart
Scruffy & Pals is a part of
Behavior Defines the Golfer

I became acquainted with Sarge when we were paired in a charity golf tournament hosted by the V.F.W.

His behavior, both on and off the golf course, exemplifies that of a retired Sargeant Major. After 30 years of shouting orders and putting his life on the line for his country, Sarge is trying to settle down into a laid back lifestyle. That isn't going to be easy for someone with a drill sergeant's mentality.

Sarge Tells You What He Thinks
Underneath the gruff exterior, Sarge is one of the most caring persons I have ever met. He would give up his life in an instant to save yours, but he will not hesitate to blow cigar smoke in your face and tell you eye to eye what he thinks, especially if you don't conduct yourself with proper etiquette on the golf course- just ask Hoss!

Sarge is a bit of a cigar aficionado and wants to give some tips to you cigar lovers. He also plans to tell you what really ticks him off about the lack of etiquette by fellow golfers and bellow some instructions on the proper way to conduct yourself on the golf course.
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