If Scientologists can take our golf courses, what's next? - 2008-11-25

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F0.png If Scientologists can take our golf courses, what's next? November 25, 2008, William K. Wolfrum, World Golf News

Golden Era Golf Course was a pleasant nine-hole run in Gilman Hot Springs, Calif. It was a nice challenge for golfers looking to get some holes in while enjoying the local area. And then the Scientologists came and took it all away.

For the most part, I treat Scientology like I do any other belief system. Ok, maybe I'm a little harsher with Scientologists, but c'mon, they believe in aliens, thetans, bigfoots and vampires, for goodness sake. They just bring it upon themselves. But generally, Scientology is not really worthy of much attention, if people want to give away their money to charlatans, who am I to judge?

But when Scientology starts taking things away from regular, non-thetan believers, well, that's when it's time to face this imminent space-alien attack.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | first = William K. | last = Wolfrum | title = If Scientologists can take our golf courses, what's next? | url = http://www.worldgolf.com/newswire/browse/56453-William-K-Wolfrum-If-Scientologists-can-take-our-golf-courses-whats-next | work = World Golf News | date = November 25, 2008 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}