A Jack Production
You're usually busy during the summer, but you've managed to get a morning off, so you can have a round of golf with some of your business associates. It is kind of business related, but it's also something you're really anticipating, and a break that you need.
Your son, Ian, is also a golfer, and he's talked about caddying at the club. The only problem is that he's not able to drive, and there's no convenient way to get him there and back on a regular basis. He asks if he can go with you to caddy this game. You tell him no, because you're schedule is already tight, and you won't even have time for a decent lunch before you have to be at work. However, you do promise to take him in this Saturday morning, so the two of you can have a game together. Ian tells you he's looking forward to it and will give you a good game, because he's been practicing.3
When you get to your golf game, you realize that you don't have any golf balls. You know you had a brand new box of Titleist in your bag. While you run into the Pro Shop to get some, rushing so you don't miss your tee time, you remember what Ian said.
When you get home that evening, Ian admits that he'd been using your balls, and he lost them in the 'rough'. He'd meant to tell you he'd lost them all, but kind of forgot.
Besides the fact that he didn't have permission to use your (expensive) golf balls, he also didn't have permission to be in your bedroom, where you keep your golf stuff. So, is the game for Saturday still on, or is it time for something to be coming off?