Bugs Bunny takes the wrong turn at Albuquerque and ends up tunneling into Scotland (!). There he immediately attacks a horrible monster engulfing a defenseless old lady. Only it turns out the "monster" is a set of bagpipes and the "old lady" is a man in a kilt. Bugs thinks this is indecent and throws a barrel over the Scotsman. This is too much, and the angry Scotsman tries to blow out Bugs's brains. Soon the two opponents settle the matter more civilly - with a game of golf. Bugs's golfing strategy leaves most of his scruples buried under a divot. The infuriated Scotsman suggests one more contest, again underestimating the quick-witted bunny. Written by
On the putting green, Scotsman MacRory laughs as his ball sits directly within Bugs Bunny's putting line, thus forcing Bugs to bank-shot his putt with a cue stick. This is a reference to the 'Stymie' rule that was part of golf and was in force until abolished internationally in 1952. Modern rules of golf dictate that MacRory must mark his ball to allow Bugs to putt out. See more »
When Bugs takes that oh-so-famous right turn when he should have went left, he ends up in Scotland instead of the Labrea Tar Pits. The best ever game of golf ever seen on T.V. against a Scottish bag-pipe player ensues. Definitely for any Bugs fan whose ever played a round of golf. I only wish i could pull some of those stunts on the links. 10 out of 10.
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