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Saturday, 24th February 2018

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Larry Pickering

Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.

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In golf what is the penalty for playing with opponents’ balls?

Trader (DD)................two strokes (Or loss of hole in match play)

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Comments

A surprised look ?

Probably a sexual harassment charge! :D :P

Ooh, that’s a toughie. It depends on a lot of factors:

Is your playing partner attracted to you?
Are you attracted to him or her?
Are you male, female or other?
Remember some women (e.g. Maggie Thatcher) had massive balls.
How, precisely did you play with the balls?
Was the playing of your balls reciprocated in some way?
Was there anyone else present?
Did the ball playing lead to a greater interaction?
Was that interaction worth the effort?

Like I said, lots to consider here.

A kick in the groin?

The opponent should only have one ball in play, so I guess his other balls are in his bag, so no penalty.

Loss of hole in match play

2 strokes

Stroke play and match play; don't forget both.

1st. cab off the rank. I'm not even going to guess. I'll just sit back and wait for the many and varied responses.