Jesus, Moses, and an old man in a raggedy cloak are all playing golf. They get to the dreaded 18th hole, where there is a large pond surrounding the green, and separating them from the hole.
Moses tees off first and shoots the ball too short. But before it hits the water, he lifts up his hands and the water parts. The ball sits at the bottom of the pond, and Moses walks down to it grinning and chips it into a bunker close to the green.
Jesus swings next, and hooks it a little to the left, headed straight for the pond. Before it hits the water, however, it hovers about a millimeter. Jesus walks onto the pond and, grinning even more than Moses was, chips his ball onto the green.
It's the old man's turn now. He walks up to the tee, looks around for a second, then smacks the ball towards the clubhouse, in the opposite direction of the hole. The ball hits the roof, rolls down into the gutter, down the gutter drain into a puddle of water. At the same time, a frog in that puddle is attempting to catch a fly. It instead gets a mouthful of golf ball. As the frog is trying to spit out the ball, an eagle swoops down and snatches the frog. The eagle flies towards the hole, struggling with the frog and the golf ball in it's beak. Eventually, to avoid choking it spits the frog and the ball out. The frog hits the pond and swims away, while the ball falls onto the green and rolls into the hole.
Moses and Jesus witness this entire scene, their grins gone now and replaced with slightly crestfallen faces. Moses turns to Jesus and says: "This is why I hate playing with your Dad."