Authorities in Texas said a dispute over the speed of a golf game led to a 73-year-old man aiming a loaded gun at another player in the parking lot.
Police said Matt Nader, a University of Texas student, was playing golf with two friends at the Lions Municipal Golf Course in Austin when Edwin Dailey, 73, approached them on the ninth hole and complained that their game was moving along too slowly, the Austin American-Statesman reported Thursday.
The arrest report said the argument continued for four more holes and Dailey threatened to get his gun and "make them both equal."
Dailey restarted the argument in the parking lot, the arrest report says, and aimed his .25-caliber Browning handgun, which was loaded with hollow-point bullets, at Nader.
"If I feel threatened, I am morally obligated to destroy you," Dailey allegedly told the men while they were calling 911.
Dailey was arrested and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, a second-degree felony.