Larry Oosthuizen, your tee time is ready
Rodney Dangerfield complained for years that he got "no respect." Well, move over, Rodney, because Louis Oosthuizen knows the feeling.
Oosthuizen's last name can be quite difficult to spell, so he's used to seeing it scrambled up at times. But his first name? That may be a new one on him.
Luke Donald tweeted a photo of Oosthuizen's parking space at The Players Championship on Tuesday, and there seems to be a slight problem.
— Luke Donald (@LukeDonald) May 6, 2014
Louis Oosthuizen -- not to be confused with Peter Oosterhuis -- won the 2010 Open Championship, has 11 international titles, played in the 2011 World Cup and 2013 Presidents Cup, made the quarterfinals of the 2014 World Match Play Championships and is ranked 126th in the FedExCup standings.
There are several Larry Oosthuizens listed on Facebook, but none appear to have major professional golf experience.
Larry. Louis. Same difference. Or as the old saying goes, "Call me anything you want, but just don't call me late for dinner (or in this case, my tee time)."
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