Golf Inverted

For those of you who sought insight by playing your Beatles albums backwards consider that flipping the spelling of Golf you get….

Flog
fläɡ/
verb
verb: flog; 3rd person present: flogs; past tense: flogged; past participle: flogged; gerund or present participle: flogging
  1. 1.
    beat (someone) with a whip or stick as punishment or torture.
    “the stolen horses will be returned and the thieves flogged”
    synonyms: whip, scourge, flagellate, lash, birch, switch, cane, thrash, beat;

    tan someone’s hide
    “the thief was flogged”

Seems appropriate………

May, 2015

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