Cartoons: A Bad Lie

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“Would it be snitching if I told you where it is?”
Frank Beaven
October 11, 1952

 

“I think he wants his Nine iron.”
Joseph Zeis
August 13, 1955

 

“Gus is having rotten luck with his approaches.”
Kirk
May 5, 1956

 

 

“This is a part of the course I don’t believe you’ve seen…we call it the fairway.”
Gene Herndon
April 30, 1960

 

“For Pete’s sake, Sam, play another one.”
Joseph Zeis
October 29, 1960

 

“Now that’s what I call a bad lie!”
Roland Michaud
April 11, 1959

 

Herb Greene
November 3, 1956

 

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  1. Number 3 by Kirk (5/3/56) is my favorite here. So fantastically outrageous, what’s not to love?! Number 7 (bottom) is a bit much too. He’s really done with golf, for good. After retrieving his keys, re-throwing it back in the lake. Thanks Post Editors.

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