Columnists 25.1.2017 03:31 pm

Something of a problem as Proteas skittled

It is no secret that the Arithmetically-challenged Golfer has an overblown estimate of himself as a sage in any sporting code you care to mention and takes every opportunity to tell all and sundry exactly what it is he is under the mistaken perception that they should know.

And so it was that he was emulating one of those commentators given to delivering wall-to-wall commentary on goings-on out on the field patently obvious to anyone who has not mislaid his glasses.

Something of a problem as Proteas skittled
Something of a problem as Proteas skittled

Something of a problem as Proteas skittled

It is no secret that the Arithmetically-challenged Golfer has an overblown estimate of himself as a sage in any sporting code you care to mention and takes every opportunity to tell all and sundry exactly what it is he is under the mistaken perception that they should know.

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