Everything should be fine, as long as Fictional professional baseball player Steve Jendason He doesn’t try to clean his golf ball between hits.
As Cosmo Kramer once said, “Hey, rule is rule. And let’s face it, without rules, there is chaos.”
The popular sitcom “Seinfeld” featured a lot of other messy references to golf during its run, and it’s clear that someone at the American Golf Association is a fan of the so-called “show about nothing.”
The first two rounds of the USGA Amateur Championships, taking place this week at Ridgewood Country Club in New Jersey, will feature a trio of Mark Costanza, Hazen Newman and Campbell Kremer – essentially the names of three iconic “Seinfeld” characters.
Of course, there were several other golf-related moments throughout the series, most notably in the “Marine Biologist” episode. Cramer drives golf balls into the ocean and asks “Is that a titlelist?” When George Costanza pretends to be a marine biologist to impress a woman, allegedly He retrieves the ball from the whale’s blow hole.
No word yet if Stan the Caddy will be on the bag for any or all of the amateur trio.
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