Drunk Man Accidentally Proves Why They Need Those People-Catching Nets At Topgolf

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Your boy crushes Topgolf. I’ve been in two Topgolf leagues here in Austin, and while my teams have always failed to make it past round 1 of the playoffs, that’s only because our opponents always cheat in some way or another. Whether it be sandbagging during the regular season to increase their postseason handicap, saying a shot was a 16-pointer when it was their discretion because the machine messed up and didn’t read it, or incepting my dream the night prior and telling me to aggressively shank everything my club face touches the following day (like Interstellar, Inception is based in reality), I would probably be a top 100 Topgolfer in the world if it weren’t for all the systemic poor sportsmanship.

This guy, on the other hand, has a few more Topgolf problems to deal with — namely swing mechanics, ballstriking, and depth perception.

I have sincerely wondered whether those nets ever got used ever since I considered taking the plunge off floor 2 after my most recent playoff exit. I’m glad to see they’re fully functional and can prevent me from making any decision I’d regret until next season’s playoffs, after which I’ll most likely consider doing the same thing again.

[via Twitter/@EnvyNate]

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Jared Borislow

Jared Borislow (né The DeVry Guy) is a Senior Writer for Grandex Inc and a 2015 graduate of the University of Wisconsin.

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