What are some Irish golf jokes?


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Irish-Expressions.com provides Irish golf jokes including one about an Irish schoolteacher who, at her first golf lesson asked, "Is it spelled as p-u-t or p-u-t-t?" The instructor replied, "It’s p-u-t-t. Put means to place in a specific position. Putt means a futile attempt to do the same thing.”

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Irish-Expressions.com offers sayings, limericks and jokes. It also provides information about Irish holidays, occasions, music and food. Another joke on this website is about a golfer named Paddy who had repeatedly hit fat shots. Paddy told his caddy, Murphy, "I would move Heaven and Earth just to make 100." Murphy replied, "Try Heaven, Paddy. You've already moved most of the earth here."

GolfJokes.com, a website devoted to golf humor, provides jokes, gags, cartoons, videos, and quotes. The website offers a weekly golf joke, quote and cartoon on its home page.

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