The horror. I bet Opal is trained better than that. ;-}
And as for the distance estimate. Well!
A good caddy always knows what club you need.
does Earl really golf?
What is he going to do with either iron in the house?
Later, Earl asked Opal to bring him a sand wedge. She told him to make it himself.
Opal’s next question should be, “Have you seen that cat?”
Roscoe’s a caddy-lack of a dog
What if Roscoe had brought him a different type of club?
I suppose Earl wood be even more disappointed.
[And … Doesn’t Earl usually just putter around the house?]
The dog gave him a wedgie…can’t unsee…
Five is nine in dog irons.
Well, maybe you just didn’t enunciate clearly enough, Earl. Five and nine do sound similar. Maybe Roscoe just misunderstood. I’d say he did well bringing a golf club at all. He could have fetched shoes instead.
Earl isn’t a golfer, looking at the way he holds his iron.
“Maybe I shoulda said DiMaggio?”
My! My! Let’s lock up that dummy right now… and I mean Earl.
Dogs and cats are no good.
He’s much better on woods. He can smell the difference.
Just seeing Roscoe’s look in that final panel!
I own a cat and all he brings me are chipmunks!!
Roscoe is smart enough to bring him the wrong one so he won’t be asked again!
Roscoe is thinking why do you have this bag of Lightning Rods for in the first place ;-)
Must be an old dog and a new trick.
So sad, so so sad.
Roscoe knew the 9 was a better length to use as a cane.
If your dog knows how to play checkers you don’t critique his game.
Does this mean I don’t get a ((((GASP!)))) TREAT?
Poor Roscoe his caddie days maybe over
Roscoe’s EXPRESSIONS! He remains, to this, day, the most entertaining character in the strip!!!
Because the five iron was way too much club.
Mashie vs. niblick.
What will he do with a 5 iron in the house? Putter yes…
My house rule, no club less than an 8. Too many ceiling fans and lights. Have to keep the ball low, can chip over coffee table, over the couch only if alone in the house.
A good caddy brings you the club you need, not the club you ask for.
Perhaps more experience would help. And less disappointment.
That’s why ICAO has you say “fife” and “niner.”
He is lucky that Roscoe didn’t drive him with the 9 iron.
Opal is not traied at all…well as a pitbull she is.
Look, if you have a good caddy, he hands you the club you need, not the one you think you need. :)
“Bad dog! No biscuit!” ~ TFS
Panel 4: Roscoe breaks the fourth wall.
Wow! Happy dance! This one has 3 out of 4 panels with Roscoe! Of course we all know he’s not guilty. I’ll represent him in court ;-)
At least he didn’t bring him a clothes iron.
I liked the good ol’ days when all the clubs had names… not that I ever played way back then
Earl, you should be proud Roscoe brought you any club?
Old duffers never die, they just stink that way.
Try training Muffin to do anything.
Shame on you, Earl! Roscoe is a GOOD dog. Clearly you asked for the wrong golf club.
That’s a very confused looking Roscoe.