Standing on the tee of a relatively long par three, a
confident golfer said to his caddy, “Looks like a four-wood
and a putt to me.”
The caddy argued with him a bit and suggested that he
instead play it safe and hit a four-iron then a wedge. The
golfer was insulted and proceeded to scream and yell at the
caddy on the tee, telling him that he was a better golfer
than that, and how dare the caddy underestimate his game.
So, giving in, the caddy handed the gentleman the four-wood
he had asked for. He proceeded to top the ball and watched
as it rolled about fifteen yards off the front of the tee.
Immediately the caddy handed him his putter and said, “And
now for one long putt…”