Robert Allenby got into a heated argument over club selection with his caddie Mick Middlemo just four holes into his first round at the RBC Canadian Open yesterday, culminating in screaming, cursing, and Middlemo being fired right there on the course, leading Allenby to pull a fan out of the gallery to carry his bag.
For a while there, it looked like we had a pretty good idea of what actually happened to Robert Allenby, the pro golfer who last month claimed that he was kidnapped, beaten, and robbed after leaving a Honolulu wine bar. But now the local police have released a statement, and everything is apparently back to square one.
GolfChannel.com has managed to piece together a few more bits of information from the night pro golfer Robert Allenby claims he was kidnapped, beaten, and robbed in Honolulu, Hawaii. Allenby's story has been springing leaks almost from the moment it became public, and GolfChannel.com has just poked a few more.
Professional golfer Robert Allenby's bizarre kidnapping story—the one in which he claims that he was kidnapped from a Honolulu wine bar, beaten, robbed, and then dumped in a park six miles away—keeps springing more leaks.
Robert Allenby's tale of his alleged kidnapping sounded implausible from the beginning, and now another witness has gone on the record disputing it. You can read our detailed story on Allenby's alleged Friday night "kidnapping" and the investigation that followed, but basically: PGA golfer Robert Allenby claimed…
Golfer Robert Allenby, whose story of being kidnapped from a Hawaii wine bar, beaten, and dumped in the street sounded too incredible to be true, probably needs to explain why his only witness now says that everything he's claimed is wrong.
Australian golfer Robert Allenby says an unknown assailant kidnapped him from a Hawaii wine bar Friday night and proceeded to beat and rob him before dropping the PGA pro seven miles away in a park.
That's Robert Allenby with the errant tee shot at the Australian Masters. The man was carted off on a stretcher, bleeding from the head but giving a thumbs up. Allenby made par thanks to the favorable bounce. [AAP]
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