For some golfers lining up to hit their drives, something as subtle as a sneeze can break their concentration and cause them to hook or slice their shot. So, spare a thought for the golfers of Moorhead, M.N., who had to deal with a high-speed car chase crashing through their course.
As WDAY reports, 33-year-old Kendall Scott Feist had been served with outstanding arrest warrants for drug offenses, but instead of cooperating with police, he took off in his pickup truck.
The ensuing chase took him through the town and across the local golf course, before finally coming to a halt at a shopping mall in the neighboring town of Fargo, N.D.
There were no injuries sustained in the incident, although the golf course suffered extensive damage. Feist now faces felony charges of fleeing police and criminal damage to property in addition to his outstanding drug charges.
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