The U.S. Open golf tournament turned interesting shortly after it ended

Maybe obviously, I am not a big fan of golf. I did play it yesterday, though, which is but one of the many things I prefer to watching it.

As luck would have it, there actually was an interesting moment at the U.S. Open, though fans had to wait for the trophy presentation to see it. That was when someone named Jungle Bird— apparently an anti-deforestation activist– involved himself in said trophy presentation. Awful Announcing has some details and video.

If there was one thing I hated more than golf, it was deforestation. Added to the list of things I hate more than golf: golf without Jungle Bird.

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6 thoughts on “The U.S. Open golf tournament turned interesting shortly after it ended

  1. I don’t really “hate” golf. I just see tournaments on tv as a sort of low-grade, poorly narrated version of Planet Earth. And that’s without Jungle Bird.

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