Weird Golf NewsAugust 17, 2016

Watch the crazy, NSFW video of a suspected golf club thief being held at gunpoint

The video is more than a month old, but that doesn't make it any less shocking. A retired fire marshal tracked down a man who had stolen his golf clubs and then used a gun to make a citizen's arrest. Check out the crazy (NSFW) clip:

Tulsa World first reported the wild encounter between 59-year-old Don Acree and 24-year-old Devon Scott Montgomery in a Golf Galaxy parking lot in July. After Acree had his clubs stolen from a nearby Tulsa golf course the day before, he went to the store hoping to catch the thief selling his prized possessions. There, he reportedly caught Montgomery making a transaction and then took matters into his own hands.

As you can see -- and hear -- in the video, Acree declares he's a cop (he's not, but he is a certified retired peace officer) while pointing his gun at Montgomery and yelling at him to get on the ground. Montgomery eventually does and Acree stands over him, presumably until the authorities arrived. When they did, Montgomery was arrested for grand larceny. Montgomery later filed a complaint against Acree, although no official charges were made.

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"Please don't shoot him," a man in a red shirt who appeared to be buying the clubs says to Acree. "If he stole them, then he'll get in trouble."

Fortunately, no one was hurt -- and Acree got his clubs back. The best part of the video (for golf nerds, at least) has to be near the end when Acree rattles off the contents of his golf bag.

"All Titleist, the bag's got my name on the bag. That's a Fastback 33-inch Scotty Cameron putter, a brand-new SM6 53-wedge, 54-degree SM5, 58-degree SM5," he says before the man in the red shirt cuts him off and goes, "They're yours. They're yours."

We began this post wondering what would possess a man to take such an extreme measure to get his golf clubs back. But now we're left trying to figure out why someone who knows that much about golf equipment would carry a 53- and a 54-degree wedge.

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(h/t Global Golf Post)


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