The Golf Obsession

Golf to the Grave, photo credit Likeitiz

Golf to the Grave, photo credit Likeitiz

We chanced upon this tombstone of someone named Chang.  Whoever this was, he/she was probably happiest on the greens, perfecting the golf swing with the right stance.  They say, “You can’t take it with you.”  Well, it looks like Chang did.  The bench being held up by the bag and ball were all granite but the clubs were real.

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7 Responses to The Golf Obsession

  1. Bams Triwoko says:

    Inspired post… Have a great ‘birdie’… 😀

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  2. Y. Prior says:

    I can’t believe I am going to say that i really like a tombstone, but I like this one! and how funny! also, I thought it quite fitting that you chose to keep a lot of grass in the foreground and to the sides – it adds to the feel of Chang’s “greens” – and the blue sky adds even more interest – and is there a glow over the clubs – or is it just the computer screen – lol
    fun picture. I know a few golf guys that may add this request into their living wills. lol

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  3. That is so clever, I would never have thought to do something like that. Really cool find.

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  4. Aussa Lorens says:

    Wow! That’s amazing! Were the clubs attached somehow? I do a lot of work in cemeteries (randomly, as work projects) and kind of have a thing for headstones and all that they can communicate.

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