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RE: Ryder Cup 2018
By seasider 3 months ago

‍Ryder Cup 2018: Spectator 'loses sight' after being hit by Brooks Koepka tee shot - http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/golf/45714544

RE: Ryder Cup 2018
By Jams80 3 months ago
Her eyeball exploded, jeez. Surely the issue here is the spectators standing too close, and the fact it was a shit shot.
RE: Ryder Cup 2018
By Magic147 3 months ago
I don't know what they could do to prevent it. The spectators were actually far further back at this course than they usually are.

What's the answer, netting?

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RE: Ryder Cup 2018
By seasider 3 months ago

‍Helmets

RE: Ryder Cup 2018
By Magic147 3 months ago
Or they could have bumpers at the side of the fairway like when you take your kids bowling.
RE: Ryder Cup 2018
By seasider 3 months ago

‍Change the rules to Foot Golf.

RE: Ryder Cup 2018
By TheSteed 3 months ago
Magic147 wrote:I don't know what they could do to prevent it. The spectators were actually far further back at this course than they usually are.

What's the answer, netting?

‍Don’t look at the ball.

RE: Ryder Cup 2018
By Magic147 3 months ago
That'll sort it.

Just face the other way.

RE: Ryder Cup 2018
By tangerinejezza 3 months ago
TheSteed wrote:

‍Don’t look at the ball.

Or perhaps do look at the ball , and duck or cover your head with your arms. 

RE: Ryder Cup 2018
By Jams80 3 months ago

‍ umbrellas

RE: Ryder Cup 2018
By seasider 3 months ago

‍Probably too early to tell but do you think the poor lady has a legal case?

RE: Ryder Cup 2018
By Bally 3 months ago

‍If she has, that's golf fucked as a spectator sport

RE: Ryder Cup 2018
By Jams80 3 months ago

She's already instructed her lawyers to prosecute. She wants to cover her healthcare costs, which is understandable.

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RE: Ryder Cup 2018
By tangerinejezza 3 months ago
Jams80 wrote:

She's already instructed her lawyers to prosecute. She wants to cover her healthcare costs, which is understandable.

But she should have medical insurance. If she hasn’t then it’s her own fault. 

RE: Ryder Cup 2018
By seasider 3 months ago
Jams80 wrote:

She's already instructed her lawyers to prosecute. She wants to cover her healthcare costs, which is understandable.

‍I agree. She hasn't exactly done anything wrong. 

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