PONTIAC, Mich. - An Oakland Township man has been ordered to spend one year on probation and pay nearly $1,300 in fines for an attack on a member of his golf club.
Oakland County Circuit Judge Rudy Nichols reportedly told 60-year-old Glenn Lott on Friday to get anger management training and perform community service.
Lott pleaded no contest to aggravated assault in the June attack.
A 65-year-old man was hit across the arm with a 5-iron at the Westwynd Golf Course in Oakland Township, north of Detroit. The man also was stabbed in the arm with the broken club's jagged edge.
The attack followed a dispute over a golf score.
Lott told Nichols Friday that he remembers "going into a rage" at the time of the attack.
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