Wanted: Peter Jacobsen's Sticks

Champions Tour star Peter Jacobsen (left)is now on the lookout for four sets of his clubs, stolen from his condominium garage on Thursday.

The missing clubs include one staff bag full of his Titleist set, which he plays with on the Champions Tour. The three other bags are of sentimental value to Jacobsen, including his high school and college bags.

Jacobsen is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the return of his clubs.

2 Response to "Wanted: Peter Jacobsen's Sticks"

  1. William Brown says:

    One Of Peters approvals on TV needs a retraction,(ALEVE).
    See the below message that I sent to all of my senior golfers that I play with:

    I have been taking two (2) Aleve tablets all this year prior to each golf game to help relieve any pain and body aches. Since I have been playing at least three (3) times a week and more, I've been taking six (6) to eight (8)tablets a week all this year.Unfortunately I was not aware of the side effects associated with this medicine, please be for-warned.

    Two weeks ago Thursday I was playing at Clary Fields and didn't feel very well even before we started playing. I began having tightness in the chest, pain down my arm and chest and a headache. As the day progressed, things seemed to get a little better, but then they started getting worse.
    By the end of the round, I had no strength in my arms and legs and had a real bad headache.

    After getting home I laid down to try and recover, but things began getting worse and my wife took me to the emergency ward with a suspected heart attack coming on. They performed all types of tests and found that I had 102 degrees temperature, chills and a real bad headache.
    I spent Thursday, Friday and went home Saturday afternoon after they performed additional tests to find out what had happened to me.

    They set me up last Monday morning with an appointment with my cardiologist to review all of my tests to see what had happened to me. To my surprise, all of the tests showed that with the accumulated use of the drug Aleve, I had acute kidney failure. They have treated me with the appropriate drugs and my kidneys have now returned to normal.

    I was told by the doctors that I should not ever take this drug again because it could lead to a complete kidney failure. They said that I could now continue my normal golfing and exercise.

    Please consult your doctors if you are now or in the future planning on using this drug. Listed below are some of the problems associated with the continued use of this drug.
    Oleblue / Bill Brown

    Bacterial Infection of Blood or Tissues affecting the Whole Body
    Numbness, Tingling or Pain of Hands or Feet
    High Blood Pressure
    Heart Attack
    Slow Heartbeat
    Abnormal Heart Rhythm
    Chronic Heart Failure
    Disease of the Heart and Blood Vessels
    Stroke
    Meningitis Not Caused by an Infection
    Vasculitis
    Blood Clot
    Abnormally Low Blood Pressure
    Vocal Cord Swelling
    Pneumonia
    Infiltration of White Blood Cells into the Lungs
    Pneumonia with High Amount of Eosinophil White Blood Cells
    Significant Decrease in Lung Function
    Bronchospasm
    Ulcers of Esophagus
    Stomach Ulcer
    Ulcer from Stomach Acid
    Stomach or Intestinal Ulcer
    Inflammation of the Large Intestine
    Hepatitis
    Hepatitis caused by Drugs
    Acute Inflammation of the Pancreas
    Red Blood in Bowel Movement
    Bleeding of the Stomach or Intestines
    Nephrotic Syndrome
    Interstitial Nephritis
    Glomerulonephritis
    Kidney Damage
    Renal Tubular Necrosis
    Kidney Failure
    Renal Papillary Necrosis
    Kidney Disease
    Inflammation of the Bladder
    Bloody Urine
    Bleeding Not Related to Menstrual Period
    Inflammation of Skin caused by an Allergy
    Erythema Multiforme

    William Brown says:

    Reconsider your views

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