If you love Polish golf jokes, you are sure to love this joke about the Polish Country Club Golf Championship. It’s definitely a classic one that we have here for you and this has to be possibly the best Polish golf joke ever.
Ok, so Aleksander and Tarben were standing on the 18th tee at their Polish Country Club.
They were the final pair in the Polish Country Club Golf Championship and were tied for the lead.
The 18th hole was a beautiful par four, with a deep valley which descended down to a dogleg right.
Both Aleksander and Tarben hit long, straight, tee shots, which disappeared down into the valley.
A short time later, the fore caddie appeared at the top of the hill and announced that both balls were within a foot of each other, but there was a problem. Both of the golf balls were Titleist #4’s.
Aleksander and Tarben looked at each other and realized that they had not informed each other as to what kind of ball they were playing, nor its number.
They quickly descended into the valley, and sure enough, their two Titleist golf balls were right next to each at the bottom of the valley, slap bang in the middle of the fairway.
Tarben looked at Aleksander and said, “We had better get a ruling from a tournament official to straighten this out. This is the Polish Country Club Championship and we don’t want to be disqualified for making a mistake and hitting the wrong ball. After all, we are tied for the lead.”
Soon after, a rules official appeared and examined the two #4 Titleist golf balls.
He then looked up at Aleksander and Tarben and said, “Which one of you is playing the orange ball?”
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2 thoughts on “The Polish Country Club Golf Championship”
I don’t get it. Can someone explain please?
They couldn’t tell the difference between the two #4 Titleist balls, it took an official to tell then the balls were different colors.
They tell Polish jokes in the USA the same as they tell Irish jokes in other countries and Galician jokes in Spain.
Hope that helps.