Pasadena Golf Course Trashed After UCLA-USC Game

A golf course is one of the most well-maintained and sacred places on earth. Clean, quiet, and peaceful are the words that come to mind when thinking about the links.

That’s the case for most courses, but it wasn’t for Brookside Golf Club in Pasadena, Calif., this weekend.

Following the big UCLA-USC rivalry game on Saturday, fans left the course trashed. It serves as a parking area for the Rose Bowl, which explains why it happened. Fans can get quite out of control during tailgates.

Garbage left on the course included a smashed TV, garbage bags, beer bottles, and much more.

The photos are unlike anything you’ve ever seen on a golf course:

I’m not sure who has to clean that mess up, but the fans who did it should be held accountable. There should never be this many hazards on a course — the game’s hard enough as it is.


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