There's a strangely compelling crime story trickling out of South Florida that makes for some great reading, if you're into that sort of thing.
It all started on the seventh hole of Madison Green Golf Club in West Palm Beach on Labor Day. According to the Palm Beach Post, a local man named Michael Rich, 48, started hitting a series of bad shots. It escalated throughout the round and eventually boiled over on the 18th green when 72-year-old Anthony Nazzaro, who was playing in the group with Rich and a third golfer, Roy Hall, lined up a short putt. Rich reportedly recommended that Nazzaro mark his ball, to which Nazzaro responded that he didn't realize the putt "was worth $400,000."
It turns out that little joke appeared a step to far for Rich. According to local TV station WSOC's retelling of events:
Stay safe out there, people.