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North Korea's secret weapon
« on: December 04, 2009, 06:23:36 PM »
If State media are to be believed, Kim Jong Il should consider putting himself in d starting lineup....if he is half as good at football as he is at golf, he is my pick for Golden Boot!  ;D

Not that it matters...a few weeks ago he banned live coverage of the World Cup and said that only highlights of North Korea's victories will be aired...he must be feelin rel salty wid dat draw dis evening  :rotfl:

http://www.worldtribune.com/worldtribune/WTARC/2004/ea_nkorea_06_16.html

Move over Tiger: N. Korea's Kim shot 38 under par his 1st time out

South Korea's Pyeonghwa (Peace) Motors Corporation plans to stage an inter-Korean golf game next month in the North's capital city of Pyongyang, company officials say.

"We have agreed with North Korean authorities to hold a friendly golf competition between the two Koreas from July 30 to Aug. 5 at a golf course in Pyongyang," said an official at Pyeonghwa Motors, which has started a business venture in North Korea.

Fortunately for all entrants, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il will not be playing. If the official government media is to be believed, Kim is easily the greatest golfer, the world has ever seeen.

Pyongyang media say Kim enjoys golf, having shot multiple holes-in-one during his first try at the game. He reportedly aced five holes and finished 38 under par on the golf course. The "Dear Leader" routinely shoots three or four holes-in-one per round, the government-controlled media reported.


The event, touted as a "golf game for peaceful unification of Korea," will be attended by South Korea's top 15 female golfers, including LPGA players, 30 businesspersons and 20 singers and movie stars, the official said.