For most of the round the golfer had argued with his caddy about club selection, but the caddy always prevailed.
Finally on the 17th hole, a 185-yard par three into the wind, the caddy handed the golfer a 4-wood and the golfer reacted.
“I think it’s a 3-iron,” said the golfer.
“No, sir it’s a 4-wood,” said the caddy.
“Nope, it’s definitely a 3-iron.”
So the golfer set up, took the 3-iron back slowly, and struck the ball perfectly. It tore through the wind, hit softly on the front of the green, and rolled up two feet short of the pin.
“See,” said the caddy. “I told you it wasn’t enough club.”