Breaking News: Bloomberg columnist uses 1,100 words to say 'golf is not a sport'
In a first-of-its-kind column, Michael Lewis of Bloomberg News wrote a scathing, 1,100-word essay expressing his radical opinion that golf is not a sport.
Journalistic experts have been scouring through archives of all known publications, and are rapidly coming to the belief that Lewis is the first writer of any type to write a column on the “golf is not a sport” subject, and may even be the first human to even think such a thought.
“One of the amazing things about golf is how many people have been fooled into believing it is actually a real sport. All over the world people now talk and think about golf as if it’s more like football or basketball than, say, bird- watching,” wrote Lewis, in a burst of unprecedented originality.
Read Lewis’ entire column by clicking here. You will be stunned at the depth of original thought put into this piece by Lewis. This truly opens up the possibility that Lewis and Bloomberg will soon receive the much coveted but ultra-rare “Spontaneous Pulitzer,” where the Pulitzer commission actually shows up at your door with a prize.
More from Lewis: “Too many rich, important people are too heavily invested in the belief that golf is a serious athletic event.”
Congratulations on Michael Lewis and Bloomberg News for filling this void for the world today. Now, an unassuming public will be forced to truly examine their views on golf. We owe them a debt of gratitude.
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Seriously, the guy talks about this year's US open in his 'piece', but it was obvious to me that he didn't even watch it.
Honestly, the Bloomberg article was more sad than funny...but then, the writer IS a 'respected journalist'....like Wolfie! ROTFL
blaster, I play basketball. I spent the first 30 years of my life in a gym. I love the game. I doubt seriously that 2 of you could check me, either in the back court or on the post.
Golf is far more difficult than basketball.
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