Picture this: you drive up to your Titleist Pro V1 that you just shanked up on a hill. You aren't happy with yourself and, in a hurry, get out of your cart to grab your utility wood to punch out before anyone sees you. But of course, you forgot to put the parking brake on and your cart starts slowly creeping down the hill. We've all been there.
Now picture this: you're attending a football game and almost an identical cart start creeping away from you before barreling 60 yards away at full speed. No hill, no person driving it, just a runaway cart on a bee-line toward a crowd of people. You don't have to picture that because we have video (thanks to SBNation). It's from yesterday's Texas 5A State Championship at Cowboys Stadium in Dallas.
I think the color commentator said it best with the "Oh my." As you'll see from the video below, the cart was on a mission to take out this group of people. I'm not sure which fat guy sat on it last, but it didn't take kindly to it. How about the act of heroism by the man in the navy blue golf shirt running it down? It was like he was chasing his dog in the yard. As you'll see below, he was chasing the dog for darn near 60 yards.
And the guy in the royal blue shirt who who miraculously fell into a position where he was controlling the cart for a few seconds? Instead of trying to stop the ghostly joyride, he bailed on it like it was on fire. Way to go buddy.
Here's the view from up above:
Anyway, we hope that nobody was seriously injured from the chaos. And we also hope nobody was offended from our chuckling at their misfortune. Well, except the girly man in the royal blue, I don't care if you're offended.