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Is golf a sport? If you think it is: what should the punishment be for a high school varsity player who, after a match and while his opponent isn't watching, steals one of his golf clubs and breaks it in two at the shaft?

In this case, the player got a two match suspension. Does that seem light to anyone here?

 

 

 

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make him hold the tee in his teeth for everyone to tee off during the next outing..........

In addition to the suspension I would hope he would have had to reimburse the other player for the club.  Plus the time the other player had to invest in buying the club.

Destruction of private property - need to teach the idiot a lesson.

Yes, it is a sport, albeit not one that I participate in.   I guess the suspension would depend on the conditions.  Certainly odd though and I'm still not sure why one would do that; did he think the club was going to defeat him and not the opposing golfer?

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In addition to the suspension I would hope he would have had to reimburse the other player for the club.  Plus the time the other player had to invest in buying the club.

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