South Africa, incredible fight on a golf course



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South Africa, incredible fight on a golf course

Incredible brawl in South Africa, in a club that had already risen to prominence some time ago for another fight this time in the clubhouse at the end of a match. In the video posted on Instagram from the pgamemes page you can see two rather massive golfers fight surrounded by playmates.

South Africa, the fight

After the first rather dangerous moment, one of the two, left shirtless, loses his head, removes the flagpole and brandishes it as a spear towards the opponent. In full rage, the player breaks it on him, before another brawl.

All this attracts the attention of other golfers on and off the field. And the video is inevitable. In the end, the man in a gray T-shirt throws a mobile phone at his rival. Precisely this would be the stone of the scandal. According to the version circulating on the net, the guy left without a shirt would have lost his cell phone at the beginning of the lap.

Once realized, the man took the golf car and went to the team following him to ask if they had found his smartphone. The four of the team had not only seen it but also recovered, but, in the mood for jokes, they didn't say nothing.

At the end of the tour, the return without a happy ending. Good news about Tiger Woods: he is seeing his kids frequently. We are talking about Charlie Axel, 12, and Sam Alexis, 13. A sources close to the golfer tell "People" in this week's issue that his ex-wife, Elin Nordegren, has been "incredible" in letting the kids spend extra time with their dad.

Elin Nordegren and Tiger Woods "He sees the kids a lot," says the insider. "Maybe not every day, but almost every day. A lot of that is because of Elin, who is just amazing. She's been incredible since the crash.

She has bent over backwards to make sure that he can see the kids while he recovers from his injuries." The Tiger Woods car accident is still a mistery. Evidence released this week from the investigation continues to point to a simple cause that ties all the available clues together, forensic crash experts told USA TODAY Sports.