However, screenshots show that the dealership’s Facebook account liked the country club’s posts promoting the F-150 giveaway, then removed the likes after the dispute arose, according to Clagett’s lawyer, Andrew Norwood of the firm Denton & Zachary. The club later deleted the posts.
“This is about doing what is right. Mr. Clagett lived up to his end of the deal when he got the hole-in-one and now Morrilton Country Club and Jay Hodge Ford of Morrilton want to crawfish out of the deal,” Norwood, who is suing both businesses, said in a statement.
Autoblog reported that Norwood provided video of a club employee calling Jay Hodge Ford after Clagett’s hole-in-one. “Oh, don’t tell me,” a dealership worker said, and the club employee responded, “Unfortunately, it happened.”