|Carson Palmer didn't throw any pick-6's on the golf course Tuesday|
(photo via Horsemeatsandwich)
Anyway, we're ending our Carson Palmer/horse ban today by writing about both.
On Tuesday, a Reddit.com commenter that goes by the name "HorseMeatSandwich," played golf with Carson Palmer. And he shared his experience with the world.
When I walked into the clubhouse to check in, all the workers at the desk had their jaws dropped. I paid and all, and while I was signing the receipt the guy at the register asked "So, are you an NFL fan?" I said yes, and he said, "Carson Fucking Palmer just checked in."
Sounded like Palmer just showed up unannounced, and he was just by himself. No posse or anything. Honestly, if the guy at the desk didn't say anything I might have played a whole round of golf with him and thought "Wow, this dude looks a little like Carson Palmer."
According to Mr. HorseMeatSandwich, he showed up at the Tilden Golf Course in Berkeley, Calif. to play a round of golf by himself. If you've ever showed up at a golf course by yourself, you may know that the course will sometimes pair you up with someone to expedite the playing process.
Well, the course paired up Mr. HorseMeatSandwich with another golfer that showed up by himself: Carson Palmer.
He kept his headphones on most of the time, but if I asked him a question or started small talk, he took them off and would happily answer me. On one hole I lost a ball and he spent almost 5 minutes trudging through the weeds helping me look for it even though I told him it was fine and that he didn't need to. He was a really nice guy, actually.
Here's what we learned from HorseMeatSandwich's story: Carson paid for his round AKA he didn't get comp'd. Carson plays golf with earphones in. Carson is a good golfing partner, as evidenced by the fact that he helped Mr. HorseMeatSandwich look for his ball. Carson shot an 80. Carson does not eat Horse Meat Sandwiches.
Have you ever played golf or gone horse back riding with Carson Palmer? If so, tell your friends about it because we don't want to know.