Lady golfer falling down after what looks like missing a putt.

"Surprisingly, it didn't interrupt play. People were curious,
 but we didn't have much information to divulge."

Greg Ritschy, the head pro at Sharp Point Park GC in Pacifica, Calif., 
after a woman's body was found near the course 17th tee.
Golf World Dec 2008

Around many courses it would have been assumed that any body found 
on the golf course was a casualty of slow play, although in those 
cases the bodies are normally left near a green.

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