Today In Naked Golf

Jim Burroway

August 25th, 2011

Clicking makes it bigger, but not by much.

All fifteen members of the men’s golf team at Bethany College (Go Swedes!) in Lindsborg, Kansas, were suspended because of the photo you see above. Coach Jon Daniels suspended the team from three tournaments over the men’s failure in “upholding the reputation of the Lutheran college.” I suspect the reputation was harmed because the men were able to hide their privates behind the heads of their golf clubs. Team captain Jack Hiscock — yes, that’s his name — said it was just a bit of fun that got blown out of proportion. He also says they are appealing, and I happen to agree with him.

[Via Band of Thebes]


August 25th, 2011

And after seeing a picture of Jack Hiscock I have to say, Thank you, I believe I will!

That’s the most crude, juvenile and inappropriate comment I’ve ever left on Box Turtle Bulletin; but there you have it. It had to be said!

Richard W. Fitch

August 25th, 2011

Some of the details seem incorrect having read other accounts but the facts remain intact. It seems the man who initiated the photo-op is British, and despite their Victorian heritage, the UK has a much less prudish attitude toward the human body than does most of the “liberated” USA.

Ben in Atlanta

August 25th, 2011

I have a habit of clicking on anything labeled ‘NSFW’. It might as well be flashing neon. One of my straight co-workers keeps sending me links. I usually wait until he’s standing there to click on them. He’s the one that gets embarrassed. (He’s cute when he blushes.) He still hasn’t stopped doing it. There are no ladies in Engineering at the moment. I might behave myself if there were. Men need their bullshit to survive. Don’t be hatin’.


August 25th, 2011

So glad I was NOT drinking anything when I read this. Nice to not explain a wet screen and keyboard to co-workers. Sigh.


August 25th, 2011

I went to a Lutheran college. Yes, it was in another state, but still if these young men were suspended over this picture then my friends and I should have been expelled for some of the stunts we pulled–and took pictures of.

Sadly I have no pictures of the giant snow penis outside the administration building, but it lives in my memory–as well as half a dozen other peoples’.


August 25th, 2011

Clicking makes it bigger?


August 25th, 2011

Hey…I laughed at these Full Monty Monkees because we did worse than that whilst in university…also it looks like a pe**s but only smaller…that is why ‘it’ could fit behind a putter.


August 25th, 2011

I realize these are young college lads, but is anyone else as surprised as I am that golfers were in such good shape???? I had no idea–I hardly ever think of them as “athletes.” I may just have to start watching it on TV (if I could only stay awake for more than 10 minutes).

Mark F.

August 26th, 2011

Very few guys look bad at 19.

Timothy Kincaid

August 26th, 2011


Yeah, it’s a bit doze-worthy and it doesn’t help that the sportscasters whisper.

One of the reasons that a brother is no longer in my life is the Christmas Day I went to see him and he couldn’t visit because he was too busy wathing golf. I’m just not willing to be less important than watching golf on TV.

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