Hank and the guys are swept up by golf fever when a pro golf tour comes to Arlen to play at the exclusive, primarily Asian, Nine Rivers Country Club. They become so obsessed with golf that they create a putting green in Hank's backyard. Kahn, who has been dying to get into the club, gloats about the beauty of the 14th hole at the club and how his friend Ted will get him in. The guys are inspired to connect their backyards to create their own 14th hole, with Kahn's backyard serving as the sand trap.
Kahn invites Ted, a member of the country club, over for dinner in the hopes of wining and dining a membership out of him. Ted is concerned that his club is viewed as racist because all the members are Asian. If they do not diversify, they will lose the PGA tournament. Ted proposes that if Kahn can get Hank, the token "white guy," to join, Kahn will also be invited. Kahn then invites Hank to the club to play golf, and Hank is offered a free membership, but Kahn is rejected. Hank is tempted to accept the offer until he learns his buddies invited Kahn to join their own made-up country club. Hank feels left out, and for the first time, he understands how Kahn feels.