Saint Paul, Minnesota -- Hosted by Stan and Kathleen Rolfsrud
Saturday, June 15, 2013
For the first time in 12 years a golfer has found a path under the defending pergola to smash our front window. Wes teed off from No. 14 at about 11 a.m. today, torquing a banana slice into the right middle pane. The angle of entry required didn't leave Wes's drive enough momentum to penetrate both panes, so the smithereens remained outside the house. The immense bang from the sudden release of inert gas scared the bejesus out of Kathleen and could be heard throughout the neighborhood. Kathleen quickly gathered her senses and a pencil and paper to meet a sheepish, apologetic golfer for a polite conversation in the back yard. Wes said he was having a really good round up until now and didn't know what had happened. Tell that to Sergio Garcia. He shot a 10 on No. 15 at the U.S. Open today.
We're not sure how this is all going to end up, we'll let the professionals take it from here.
The souvenir ball is still at large.