A condition in which a golfer, when recalling how many strokes they had on the hole, can omit ceratain strokes from memory.
A person with this condition will forget that first drive that they sliced into the woods or the third shod that hit the bunker wall and rolled back to where it was previously. Unfortunately, the condition is tough to kick. It is also difficult to remind a person who is affected about a shot. Having the condition is often funny when reminded of a shot.
Golfer: hey phil, what did you have on that hole?

Golfer w/ GA: Uhh.. (looks forward, points once, twice, three times, and a fourth) I had a four.

Golfer: Oh. Good hole. Wait a sec, your first shot was OB. You had a six.

Golfer w/ GA: Umm... wasn't that last hole?

Golfer: No, that was this hole, you definately have golfers alzheimers. Haha
de nastynnas 10 septembre 2009
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