10 Golfers On Santa’s Naughty List
Everyone knows that before Santa Clause loads his sleigh and departs for a night of rooftops and chimneys, he has to first make a list and checks it twice. After all he has to find out who's been naughty and who has been nice during the year, so he can determine who gets a visit on Christmas Eve.
I decided to check in with the old guy to find out who in the world of Professional Golf would not have Santa Clause making a trip down their chimney this Christmas.
Santa indicated that although most of the players on the PGA and European Tours had made the good list and will get a visit from St. Nick, there were a few who found a way onto his naughty list. He was particularly upset with the what happened at Medinah in September, and most of the people on the bad list, had gotten there based on what happened at the Ryder Cup.
There were a few incidents throughout the rest of the season, he did take note of those, and duly added those names to the list.
So as Santa Clause gets the reindeer harnessed up for the long night, the following golfers will not need to leave milk and cookies by the fireplace, and will not hear the bells on their rooftops.
The following golfers will not be seeing Santa Clause on Christmas Eve.
Davis Love III
Santa did not like his Captains picks for the Ryder Cup !
Matt Kuchar showed a lack of professionalism at the conclussion of the Players Championship by not shaking hands with Kevin Na and his caddie before getting involved with his family.
Rory McIlroy made his tee time by 11 minutes, If he had not gotten a police escort, Team USA had a chance.
Kyle Stanley blew a seven stroke lead to lose at the Farmers Insurance, but won the following week at Phoenix.
Jim Furyk double crossed his driver on the 16th hole at the Olympic Club and gave the US Open to Webb Simpson. He also couldn't make a putt at the Ryder Cup that mattered.
Tiger Woods, with all of that talent gave us exactly 0 points at the Ryder Cup.
Steve Stricker, teamed with Tiger and could not make one putt that counted at Medinah.
Adam Scott took Tiger Woods' caddie, and blew a win at Royal Lytham St. Annes.
Ian Poulter lead the Team Europe charge at Medinah on Saturday evening to put them in a position to win.
Justin Rose made the key putt on Sunday to lead the comeback at Medinah.
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