We’ve all heard the rumours, accountants are supposedly boring and tend to be the people found in kitchens at house parties, but TS always thought accountants could at least add up. Oh no, not according to the recent South-West regional final of the Accountancy Age Masters golf tournament. One player (who will remain anonymous) handed in their scorecard at the end of their round and simply had to add up the out and in round scores to make a total round result. But could they do it? Not unless 11 plus 11 is 24 – or did the ‘accident’ happen accidentally on purpose? – surely not.
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