A teed-off homeowner in Reno, Nevada, whose house overlooks a golf course, opened fire on two golfers playing the 16th hole after one of them hit an errant shot that shattered a window on the man’s home. Apparently, the homeowner did not understand that when he built his house on a golf course, there was a risk that golf balls might end up on his property. Fortunately, only one of the golfers was slightly injured. The homeowner, realizing that putting a bullet hole in the golfer might be considered a crime, ran off and was later arrested at an attorney’s office. The moral of this sordid tale: A hole in one does not always make you a winner when it comes to the game of golf.