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The Affordable Golf Club Act

David M. Adaml, Jr.

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Jan. 18, 2014


David M. Adam, Jr.



TEL.#1 703-2431999


Subject: The Affordable Golf Club Act

You gotta look at this act as the glass half full because there are good

features to the new Obamagolf Act.   Many more people will be playing golf

which should increase revenues of golf clubs.   And many of the new golfers

will need instruction, overwhelming the professionals, giving rise to job

opportunities for us bogey golfers with part-time work.   Our re-joining the

workforce would be a boost for the economy by increasing the employment

numbers.   It appears that government economists have come through for us




The Obama administration has passed a new law titled: "The Affordable Golf

Club Act," declaring that every citizen must purchase a new set of golf

clubs before April 2014.


This law has been passed, because until now, typically only the wealthy or

financially responsible have been able to purchase new golf clubs without

the assistance of their government.


This new law ensures that every American can now have "affordable" golf

clubs of their own, because everyone is equally entitled to new golf clubs.

And if you want to keep the golf clubs you already have, you can do that,

until April 2014.  These affordable golf clubs will cost from $1,000 to

$3,000 each, depending on your income level.  This does not include taxes,

pull cart, electric cart fees, green fees, membership fees, balls, tees,

gloves, range finders, storage fees, maintenance, or repair costs.


In order to make sure everyone participates and purchases their affordable

golf clubs, the costs of owning golf clubs will increase 50% each year up to

400% by year 2018.  This way, wealthy people will pay more for something

that other people don't want or can't afford to maintain.   People who can't

afford or refuse to maintain their golf clubs will be fined. However,

children under the age of 26 can use their parents' golf clubs until they

turn 27, at which time they must purchase their own golf clubs.


If you don't want or think you don't need golf clubs, you are still required

to buy them.   If you refuse to buy a set or make claims that you can't

afford them, you will be fined $800 until you purchase a set or face



People living in farming areas, ghettos, inner cities, Wyoming, or areas

with no access to golf courses are not exempt.  Age, health, prior

experience, or no experience are not acceptable excuses for not buying,

maintaining, and using your golf clubs.


A government review board that doesn't know the difference between a hook

and a slice will decide everything.  This includes when, where, how often,

and for what purposes you can use your golf clubs, along with how many

people can ride in your golf cart.   The board will also determine if

participants are too old or not healthy enough to be able to use their golf



They will also decide if your golf clubs have outlived their usefulness or

if you must purchase specific accessories, like a range finder with slope

adjustment, or a newer and more expensive set of golf clubs.


Those who can afford memberships at expensive golf country clubs will be

required to buy memberships.   If you are already a member and you like your

membership, you can keep your membership.   After April 2014, a different

country club will be assigned for where you will purchase a membership.


Government officials are exempt from this new law, as they and their

families and some of their friends and a few of their friends' friends can

obtain golf clubs at taxpayers' expense.