The usual arcane discussion of legal precedent turned to talk of shanks, slices and when to yell "Fore!" as the state's highest court heard arguments in the case of a golfing doctor whose wildly errant shot struck his partner blind in 2002.
His lawyer argues that under 1972 case law you're not required to yell "Fore!" when somebody is standing outside the foreseeable zone of danger.
The Court of Appeals is expected to rule next month.