Saturday, August 23, 2008


"Fore!" is shouted as a warning during a golf game when it appears possible that a golf ball may hit other players or spectators. The mention of the term in an 1881 British Golf Museum indicates that the term was in use at least as early as that period. The term means "look ahead", and it is believed to come from the military "beware before", which was shouted when a battery fired behind friendly troops. ~ Wikipedia

Well time to drive, lets start with four fore and what it means; well from the above children it is referring to an event that could take place in the future. Apparently the term originated from the military, it's clear the term "beware before" was eventually shortened to " 'fore". I am not that much of a golfer but I can putt and although the grass is definitely greener it's not always fairway, there is the rough to play through. What I do know is that I want the career and all the silverware that comes with it so please pass me my 9 Iron because Papa is a Rolling Stone?!