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Song Parodies -> "Who Golfs Out In The Rain, Dear?"

Original Song Title:

"Rudolph, The Red Nosed Reindeer"

Original Performer:

Gene Autrey

Parody Song Title:

"Who Golfs Out In The Rain, Dear?"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

Who golfs out in the rain, Dear?
Doesn't mind the soggy schlupp
Me, I'm there with my nine iron
Floating balls right in the cup

All of the other golfers
Will not wet their clubs from Sears
Say that they don't like to rain golf
Rather sit and suck cold beers

Then one drizz'ly afternoon
Tiger came to play..
In the rain he scored so well
All the rest said, "What the hell.."

Now it's the clubhouse custom
Rain or lightning, wind or gale
Who golfs out in the rain, Dear?
Me and my friends, without fail

Who golfs out in the rain, Dear?
Me and my friends, without fail

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Pacing: 4.7
How Funny: 4.9
Overall Rating: 4.8

Total Votes: 11

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Old Man Ribber - December 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Hole in One! If you're ever on the course without cover and a thunderstorm with lightning comes suddenly, the best protection is to hold your one iron over your head...the is nothing in Heaven or Earth that can hit a one iron! ;D
Michael Pacholek - December 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Oh, so if Tiger jumped off the Empire State Building, would you do it? If he crashed his car into a mailbox, would you... uh, scratch that line. Which, I suppose, would make you a scratch golfer. And, in words that fit the pacing of the original song... OMR, Lee Trevino, man who knew whereof he spoke, would like to have words with you, for it seems you stole his joke!
Old Man Ribber - December 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Michael - Was Lee the source? If so, cool...he was a genuinely funny man. He "moistened" (licked) his hand before shaking hands with then PM Edward Heath at the British Open...and then said cheerfully "Ever shook hands with a Mexican before?". ;D
2Eagle - December 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Even the Trojans play football rain or shine. It was pouring at the Coloseum when they played Cal State.
Rod W - December 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Very clever title and good work supporting it. A fun read, AFW!
AFW - December 16, 2010 - Report this comment
Thanks, OMR..great joke, whoever wrote it...and thanks, Michael, I don't condone Tiger's off course behavior...I just stick him in parodies...and thanks, do you get that little bitty 2 in your name...and thanks, Rod..
PebbleBeachVotrix - December 17, 2010 - Report this comment
Sir, L'Air de Farce, I''ve seen them in the rain at pebBeach in the past. . . . a little sprinkle won't keep them off the Course!
AFW - December 18, 2010 - Report this comment
Thanks, Ms. PB...very true..
John Jenkins - December 19, 2010 - Report this comment
It "never" rains in California (except for the last 4 days and the next 5 days); but, when it does, I can sometimes be found out on the golf course. A timely weather parody!
AFW - December 20, 2010 - Report this comment
Thanks, John...just heard they had snow there, think they said, LA.

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