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Masters Limericks and More

I’m back with a new batch of Masters limericks. It’s been awhile since my last post but I am just a conduit for the limericks gods. When they decide to speak, I write them down.

An Aussie has found how to master
Avoiding a Master’s disaster
With no ifs, ands, or buts
Adam Scott made the putts
To become golfing’s newest headmaster.

Jason had struggled to stay
In the lead and keep others at bay
But two bogeys late
Determined his fate,
I guess it was not Jason’s Day.

Bubba was charging but then
Hit the water again and again.
By the time he was dry
With a tear in his eye
He had to be carding a ten.

These next two limericks are for Jeff and Will who challenged me with some difficult words. Game on homies ;-).

Thorbjorn Olesen you say?
Weird name but he had a good day
Though his game is top rung
He’s twisted my tongue
How about we nickname him TJ?

If your tee shot has missed the fairway
And it cannot be found you can say
“I’ve lost mine I fear
But another is near”
Then a suitable substitute’s ok.

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