Road Trip Necessary

I feel the need to oppress the masses with a golfing expedition. The Cherry Valley Golf Course near Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania has been recommended as a challenging and exciting course.

The choice of venue has absolutely nothing to do with this alleged incident:

Stroudsburg Area Regional Police are investigating complaints of a private golf outing featuring lap dance stations, threesomes and naked women at the Cherry Valley Golf Course on Monday.
Nor with this alleged photo of the alleged incident (note that a ball-washer is nearby):

Posted by: Bluto at 11:06 AM


1 That's not a ball washer.It's Beth. Same thing.

Posted by: greyrooster at June 27, 2007 01:42 PM

2 You spend your weekends golfing, and I'll spend mine at the range, and we'll see which skill set serves better in the future.

Posted by: Improbulus Maximus at June 27, 2007 02:20 PM

3 I hope you hit a few good ones Bluto. :) As for golfing, and the 'range', knowing how to use a 'club' doesn't hurt anything. Thereappears to beno lobby trying to keep you from having them, and I'm pretty surethey are capable of breaking bones through kevlar. Neck and collarbone protection are usually lacking. So if a criminal invading your home in the dark gets killed by you with your 'driver' its all good.Ultimately, everything is a weapon. Your mind is the one you need to hone, and after that, it's all about knowing your enviroment.

USA, all the way!

Posted by: Michael Weaver at June 27, 2007 04:09 PM

4 You might want to keep that nine iron with you. Personally, I have not had any good experience anytime I've had to be in Stroudsbergerville. Maybe Good Lt has some better perspective but for me it was kinda hairy... especially at night.

Posted by: tbone at June 27, 2007 05:07 PM

5 Ewww... thanks for the visuals Bluto! Gonna wear my blinders next time I visit the course.

Posted by: lantana at June 27, 2007 06:13 PM

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