WASHINGTON, DC 20549

                                    FORM 8-K

                                  CURRENT REPORT

                                  August 23, 2002
                 Date of Report (Date of earliest reported)

                            GOLF ENTERTAINMENT, INC.

              (Exact name of registrant as specified in its chapter)

           DELAWARE                     0-18303               11-2990598
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(State or other jurisdiction          (Commission           (IRS Employer
      of incorporation)               File Number)        Identification No.)

                               1008 S Clayton St.
                            Springdale, Arkansas 72762
                    (Address of principal executive offices)
                                   (Zip Code)

               Registrant's telephone number, including area code

                                   NOT APPLICABLE
         Former name or former address, if changed since last report)






In this Report on Form 8-K, we will refer to Golf Entertainment, Inc., a
Delaware corporation, as "Golf," "the Company," "we," "us," and "our." These
terms include by reference, all of the current and former subsidiary
corporations we have owned either all, or a significant interest in, since
becoming a reporting company.


 1.  Since the filing of its annual report on Form 10K. the Company has
identified emerging risk factors related to market conditions which are being
disclosed through this filing. The nature of the risk being identified is
alleged market manipulation at the hands of an organized crime element as we
have described in a lawsuit filed by the Company, styled Golf Entertainment,
Inc., v. Carla Sue Hohenhouse, at al., case number 02-5133, filed in the
Western District of Arkansas at Fayetteville.

 2.  The suit has been filed under the civil provisions of the  Racketeer
Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, 18 USC Sect. 1964(c).  The original
suit was filed on June 18, 2002, and amended on August 15, 2002. In the
amendment Ms. Hohenhouse and others are described as a persons who have
attempted two predicate felony violations of the Hobbs Act (extortion) in a
manner designed to interfere with interstate commerce, namely, the trading
of the Company's securities. A number of persons are identified in the amended
complaint as associates, aiders, abettors and co-conspirators of
Ms. Hohenhouse.  These are:

     a.)  Leonard Vaughn Mauck, the self-described "editor" of an internet
          website, a former NASD licensee; Mr. Mauck resides in Dallas, Texas;
     (b)  Mahmood Jamshidi "Mac J." Shahsavar, a Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
          resident who purportedly owns the website edited by Mr. Mauck.
     c.)  Robert Kirk, a/k/a "Robert Church," a/k/a "Robin Kirk," a/k/a/
          "Robin Kirk, Ph.D," a self-described "writer" for Mauck and
          Shahsavar. Mr. Kirk resides in Tampa, Florida.
     d.)  Scott H. Wilding, a stock promoter residing in Pembroke Pines,
     e.)  Various "John Doe" defendants, including:
           i)  "John Doe#1" alleged to be a former FBI agent who previously
                assisted the various other defendants;
          ii)  "John Doe #2" (a/k/a: YaMoron) alleged to be a person involved
              in corrupting a state of Arkansas public official.
         iii)  "John Doe#3" an unknown named official or employee of the
               United States Securities and Exchange Commission who has
               allegedly provided John Doe#2 and the other defendants with
               confidential SEC materials regarding the Company.
     f.)  John Doe#4, alleged to be an employee of Lycos, Inc., working in a
          job/position where that person can control access to and the content
          of various www.ragingbull.com message boards, and who has corruptly
          assisted the other defendants in the operation of the various schemes
          complained of in our RICO Complaint in chief.

 3.  Previously, Lycos, Inc., was served with a Rule 45 Federal Subpoena to
produce for inspection and copying, various documents that would reveal the
identities of  various John Does named in our litigation. On the deadline
date for compliance, despite the requirements of Rule 45, Federal Rules of
Civil Procedure, Lycos, Inc. neither complied nor filed a timely objection as
required under Rule 45.

 4.  On August 23, 2002, the Company filed in the United States District Court,
Western District of Arkansas, an Application for Citation and Order directing
Lycos, Inc., to appear and show cause why Lycos, Inc. should not be held in
direct contempt of the United States District Court, and punished pursuant to
Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Rule 45(e).  The Company intends to
vigorously pursue sanctions against Lycos not only for the cost of enforcement
of the subpoena, but, for all economic damage accruing to the Company as the
result of Lycos shielding various defendants from service of process in the
RICO Complaint, and the additional time afforded these defendants to perpetrate
further violations of Code of Federal Regulations, Section 240.10b-5.  The
Company is researching whether or not it is practical to join Lycos as a
defendant in the RICO or other litigation designed to interdict the Section
240.10b-5 violations through Court ordered supervision of the "ragingbull.com"
electronic venue on the basis that it is a public nuisance not unlike a real
premises maintained or tolerated by a conventional landlord, upon or in which
habitual criminal activity is occurring.

 5.  Following determination that the Company and several of it staff were
being victimized by professional stock manipulators, the Company undertook to
file various complaints with law enforcement and regulatory agencies.  The
agencies that the Company has contacted and is actively supplying information
and assistance include the Office of Inspector General, United States
Securities and Exchange Commission; the Enforcement Division, United States
Securities and Exchange Commission; the Southeast Regional Office, United
States Securities and Exchange Commission; the Office of the United States
Attorney, Eastern District of New York; the Office of the United States
Attorney, Western District of Oklahoma; the Little Rock Field Office, Federal
Bureau of Investigation; the Oklahoma City Field Office, Federal Bureau of
Investigation; the Tampa Field Office, Federal Bureau of Investigation; the
Federal Bureau of Investigation, Savanna Georgia Resident Agency; the Florida
Division of Securities; the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, Tampa,
Florida; and the Florida Comptroller's Office. The Company believes that it
has exercised and is exercising due diligence in pursuing criminal prosecution
of the persons it believes has committed federal and state violations in
connection with manipulations and attempted manipulations of its stock.

 6.  Among the many risk factors associated with investment in any stock,
especially a stock traded on the NASD "over the counter" bulletin board system
is regulation of brokers holding a "short position." Recently developed news
stories anecdotally suggest that Canadian brokers are especially able to sell
stock which they do not own in an issuer such as Golf, for example, and thereby
adversely affect the trading or market for the securities of any one given
issuer. "Naked shorting" is especially dangerous to a company such as Golf
which is subject to market volatility and rapid changes in the bid/ask price.

 7.  One defendant in the Company's RICO lawsuit, posting in an internet
message board, claimed twice in early July, 2002, that he was "short" 27
million shares of the stock of the Company. This defendant, Leonard Vaughn
Mauck, is a former NASD license holder and represents himself as an expert in
trading matters. If Mr. Mauck was truthful in his claims, and, the Company has
no reason to believe he is not, then the actual public float of the securities
of the Company would be greatly inflated, and not tied to any stock ever
actually issued by the Company.  In turn, such naked shorting would reasonably
be expected to cause an unlawful dilution of legitimate shareholder interests
and adversely, markedly affect the bid/ask price for our common shares on the
open market. As the result of the statements made by Mr. Mauck, the Company
has initiated complaints with the NASD and Canadian authorities in an effort
to determine the truthfulness of Mr. Mauck's claims.  If found to be true,
Mr. Mauck's  self-described shorting activities will result in further
litigation by the Company to protect the interests of legitimate shareholders.

 8.  As noted in the amended RICO Complaint of the Company, the defendants have
unlawfully obtained, utilized and then disseminated information allegedly
corruptly obtained from an Arkansas state public official, Robert C. Balfe.
In order to determine what risk management techniques would be of benefit to
the Company, we compared our present situation to that of other public
companies which were recently victimized by another well-organized group of
stock manipulators led by Amr I. Elgindy. In our analysis, and as we stated

in the Company's Amended Complaint, we believe that persons alleged to be
operating to manipulate the common stock of the Company are using nearly the
exact same methods and means as the Elgindy crime enterprise. In one instance,
we believe we have one overlapping Elgindy  co-defendant, named as defendant
John Doe#1.  The similarities involve planting false, misleading or materially
untrue stories in legitimate media outlets, using governmental units or
agencies to harass the victim company; corruptly obtaining confidential law
enforcement information; extortionate demands; extensive use of internet
stock message boards to deliver false, misleading or incomplete information;
use of mass e-mail deliveries to accomplish the same purposes as the misuse
of internet message boards; harassment of the Company's employees, vendors,
supplies, contractors, or customers.

 9.  In the Elgindy risk analysis, based on the experiences of other crime-
victim companies, we observed that the ability of the perpetrators to operate
against a company is greatly enabled when they are able to corrupt public
officials; compromise legitimate media and engender suspicion, hostility
toward, and defame a victim company.  We have identified other victim
companies these same defendants are now apparently operating against. The
alleged manipulators we are dealing with, as was the case of Elgindy,
actively cultivate a public image of being "exposers" of frauds and
"protectors" of the public interest. As was the case of Elgindy, some of
these defendants use the assault on a victim company to actually sell
subscriptions to their paid-access website for the purpose of furthering
their fraudulent conduct.

10.  Management believes that our civil litigation will be successful
ultimately.  Our challenge is in finding a more timely means and method of
interdicting the 10b-5 violations we have complained of. We believe that these
manipulators we have sued in federal court are well skilled in the activities
we have accused them of in our pleadings and we are monitoring their
activities on an ongoing basis, making additional complaints to the above named
agencies when and where appropriate.


11.  In May, 2002, we were notified by the State of Delaware that we owed, by
their calculation, approximately $400,000 in unpaid annual franchise fees or
taxes. We investigated their claim and undertook to make a series of curative
filings required to restore the charter of the Company to active status. The
Delaware Secretary of State file-stamped our final filing, the reinstatement
proceeding, on June 21, 2002. The resulting cost associated with the Delaware
curative filings was less than $400.

12.  As the result of data entry errors, however, the computer system of the
Delaware Secretary of State failed to reflect these events. On August 21, 2002,
defendant Carla Hohenhouse, using what we allege to be an artifice of fraud,
undertook to interfere with our right to registration in Delaware by filing
or causing to be filed a "reservation of name" purportedly affecting our
rights to conduct business in Delaware. Thereafter, the various RICO defendants
disseminated false and misleading information regarding the Company, stating as
a materially true fact, that the Company's charter was revoked and that our
business operations were somehow in violation of unspecified laws. In
particular, the RICO defendants made extensive use of internet stock boards
to disseminate this false information. On August 21, 2002, the Company learned
from a confidential source that defendant Hohenhouse intended somehow to
"assume control" of the Company through her Delaware filings. The Company
contacted the Delaware Secretary of State on August 22, 2002, obtained the
appropriate corrections in their database and voided the actions of
Hohenhouse. Subsequently, we filed additional complaints regarding the Delaware
events with the Southeast Regional Office of the United States Securities and
Exchange Commission and the Federal Bureau of Investigation on the basis that
the Delaware events occasioned by Ms. Hohenhouse constitute further 10b-5

13.  Ms. Hohenhouse is not an officer, director, employee, affiliate nor
control person of Golf Entertainment, Inc., a registrant under the Securities
Act of 1934, as amended. In this regard she has no lawful authority to engage
in any business activity in the name of, or, on behalf of the registrant

14.  On August 21, 2002, we filed articles of domestication for Golf
Entertainment, Inc. with the Arkansas Secretary of State.


15.  The Company is now, and has been at all times material, in full and
complete compliance with all applicable rules and regulations promulgated by
the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. We have reviewed Item 401
of Regulation S-B as it regards disclosure of background information for any
person or persons the Securities and Exchange Commission defines as an
individual subject to the regulation. The Company has adequately complied
with all aspects of that Item with careful attention to the requirements to
disclose information relating to the integrity, ability and experience of
our managers, directors, officers and key employees. On August 22, 2002, we
concluded complete background checks on all persons covered under the stated
Item 401. The Company has made all required SEC public disclosures regarding
our staff and will continue to do so.

16.  Despite media stories which we directly attribute to the 10b-5 violation
activities of the above named RICO defendants, all for the purpose of
disseminating false, misleading, inaccurate or incomplete information about
the Company, neither the Company nor any employee, director or officer has
been notified by the Securities and Exchange Commission that it is the subject
of any order of investigation, inquiry or proceeding.  The various RICO
defendants, however, are believed to be falsely circulating such information,
in violation of 10b-5, as part of their overall scheme of manipulation of the
securities of the Company.  The Company was contacted in early June, 2002, by
a staff examiner at the Securities and Exchange Commission, Southeast Regional
Office who requested that we fax him a copy of our pleadings filed in the RICO
action. We have since been in ongoing contact with that same office,
periodically transmitting complaints for 10b-5 violations for persons living
in the SEC's Southeast Region, and furnishing that office with information we
believe documents those violations. On August 22, 2002, we formally asked the
United States Securities and Exchange Commission, Southeast Regional Office to
commence litigation on the behalf of the Company and its shareholders to
interdict the 10b-5 violations we have complained of.


17.  On August 22, 2002, the Company received notice that RICO defendant Carla
Sue Hohenhouse and Daniel Johanning commenced a suit in the U.S. District
Court, Southern District of Georgia, case CV402-189, wherein Golf Entertainment,
Inc., was named as a defendant as well as The Genesis Trust, James W. Bolt, John
C. Dodge, Timothy Brooker and various "John Doe" defendants. The Company has
reviewed the filing, which was filed by the plaintiffs "pro se" (without
benefit of an attorney). Counsel for the Company does not believe that
Ms. Hohenhouse and Mr. Johanning have stated a cause of action upon which
relief can be granted. Their suit claims, inter alia, slander (reporting
Hohenhouse's criminal activities to law enforcement authorities), libel
(purported but unspecified statements made somewhere on the internet); Libel
per se (unknown persons suggesting somewhere on the internet that Hohenhouse
and Johanning are likely to go to jail); "False Light Invasion"  (suing
Hohenhouse and Johanning for the activities described in the federal RICO
complaint they are named in);  "Civil Conspiracy," (a term still being
researched but with no actual "real world" applicability to the subject matter
of the litigation); Injunction, (presumably to try to stop the RICO litigation
against them in the United States District Court; preclude the Company or its
employees from making criminal complaints about Hohenhouse or Johanning, or
both of them). The Company has observed a number of materially false, deliberate
untruths set forth in the preamble to the plaintiff's Complaint. The Company
will seek to remove this lawsuit to Arkansas and join it with its lawsuit
against these same actors. The Company will seek immediate dismissal of the
pleading as scandalous; a fraud upon the Court and a violation of the
aforementioned 10b-5 regulation. The Company believes the suit of Hohenhouse
and Johanning is frivolous, that it is intrinsically an artifice of securities
fraud, and is totally without merit. The Company will vigorously defend it and
seek appropriate sanctions against the plaintiffs for fraud upon the Court.

18.  Although not material, the Company previously requested, and, the plaintiff
Genesis Trust, plaintiff in Genesis v. Golf, agreed with the Company in
requesting the United States District Court, Western District of Arkansas to
set a formal "fairness hearing" in case 02-5088 in order to put on testimony
for the public record regarding the settlement previously entered into by and
between the Company and others in an omnibus settlement agreement. Previously,
the Plaintiff Genesis Trust waived a formal Section 3(a)(10) "fairness
hearing." The sole purpose of a Section 3(a)(10) is to allow judicial
determination that a proposed settlement is fair to the person accepting such
settlement shares under Section 3(a)(10). The parties will also ask the
District Court to make a judicial determination as to the exact meaning of
"free trading shares."


19.  The RICO defendants, in furtherance of the alleged 10b-5 violations we
have described in our litigation and related law enforcement and regulatory
complaints, have utilized various media resources in their alleged attempts to
violate 10b-5 and injure the Company. The most egregious example thus far
determined is an article appearing a tabloid biweekly periodical called "the
Northwest Arkansas Business Journal." The Company has previously filed court
documents that illustrate that the article was either written or co-written
by RICO defendants Leonard Mauck and/or Robert Kirk. Their activities with
this publication commenced on June 20, 2002. Defendant Kirk announced the tone
and focus of the article about a week prior to its publication. The Company
provided the purported writer, Jeffery Wood, with documentation refuting the
majority of the claims contained in the story. The Company will likely bring
separate civil suit against Mr. Wood, the publication and its publisher for
damages associated with their alleged 10b-5 violations and the economic injury
to the Company. The Company is presently investigating the feasibility of
making the suit a class action case on behalf of the Company and its


20.  Following certain events related to publication of adverse statements
regarding the Company and its shareholder, The Genesis Trust, the Company
undertook to request and obtain copies of the Trust's establishing documents.
What the Company then determined is that Genesis Trust is organized as an IRS
501(c)(3) entity. It was formally organized as an entity under 501 (c)(3) in
August 2001. During the interim period, it has operated in all regards as a
charitable organization with its stated purposes being, inter alia:

   "b) Designation. The Trust shall be used for the purposes of
       facilitating cultural adjustments in the State of Arkansas
       resulting from Hispanic immigration. Should, in the sole judgment
       of the Trustees, the necessity for the Fund cease to exist, the
       Trust is instructed to use these funds for the support of
       scholarship, endowments, grants, charitable contributions,
       research, research grants, investments (or a similar purposes or

21.  The Company contacted the Internal Revenue Service regarding the adequacy
of and requirements of the Trust to make certain filings with the IRS. The IRS
in turn provided the Company with a copy of their Form 1023 Instructions. Under
Instruction 1023, The Genesis Trust is not required or even due to file their
initial Form 1023 until on or after November 1, 2002. The Company has received
assurances from the Genesis Trust that it intends to file its Form 1023 on or
before the lawful deadline established by the Internal Revenue Service and that
its operations, in all manners, fully comply with the guidelines set forth in
IRS Instruction 1023.

22.  Under IRS published guidelines, the Form 1023 which the Company has been
assured by The Genesis Trust it will file, will, by operation of the underlying
policy and regulations of 501(c)(3) make the effective date of the 501(c)(3)
status August, 2001. The Company has made an independent review of IRS policy
and procedure and concurs that the statement by the Trust is materially

23.  The review of the enabling Genesis Trust establishing documents revealed
that the form and content are, with the exception of specific language in the
First  Article where language regarding the mission statement of acculturation
issues related to Hispanic immigration, exactly that which is promulgated by
the Internal Revenue Service as part of its published 501(c)(3) structure
suggestions. In short, the IRS created or drafted the enabling document that
the Genesis Trust is founded upon, thereby giving a strong presumption on
the part of the Company as to the regularity of the affairs of the Trust
and its lawful authority to function as a non-profit entity.

24.  No person affiliated with the Company is materially related to any control
person of the Genesis Trust; the affairs of and operation of  The Genesis Trust
are divorced, separate, apart from and unrelated to any operation of the
Company. No person affiliated with The Genesis Trust is affiliated with the
Company as such is defined under applicable SEC regulations, terms and


25.  On August 22, 2002, upon discussing the nature of emerging risk factors
with participants and prospective participants in the current Regulation D,
Rule 506 private placement of the Company, the Company elected to withdraw the
current Private Placement Memorandum in favor of redrafting the section
entitled "RISK FACTORS" with special emphasis on risk analysis associated with
"offshore shorting" and "naked shorting" as they relate to dilution of the
equity investment proposed by the current 506. It is the opinion of the
Company that it can re-draft and reissue the required offering documents
within two weeks or less of the date of this report. The Company anticipates
that it will resume private financing activities on or before that stated date.


26.  On August 22, 2002, the Board of Directors was called to special session
to discuss proposed management changes. Dr. Tim Brooker stated his desire to
resign due to contractual conflict of interest with his relationship with Oral
Roberts University. Dr. Brooker then resigned as Board Chairman and Chief
Executive Officer. Dr. Brooker, as a director, then nominated Michael F.
Daniels as Board Chairman. The Board then elected Mr. Daniels to the Chairman's
position. The board then appointed Mr. Daniels as Chief Executive Officer of
the Company. Dr. Brooker then tendered, and the Board reluctantly accepted
Dr. Brooker's resignation from the Board. Dr. Brooker expressed no disagreement
with the Company nor any action taken during his tenure in relationship to his
resignation from the Board.

27.   Mr. Daniels tenure with the Company spans over 20-years. He has served
as an executive officer, Board Chairman and CEO during his tenure with the


As stated above, Dr. Tim Brooker resigned from the Board of Directors on August
22, 2002, expressing no disagreement and requesting no notification by way of a
Form 8-K filing regarding any aspect of his resignation. The resignation is
announced only as a matter of interest to shareholders.


     Amended Results of Operations

For the three months ended June 30, 2002, the Company had total revenues of
$112,767. The Company reported no operations revenues during 2001.

In fiscal 2001, the Company underwent a period of continuous operational
losses and experienced a period of business inactivity. The resumption of
business, a new focus within the field of entertainment has tended to validate
the new business model of the Company and yielded revenues. For the three
months ended June 30, 2002, the selling, general and administrative costs of
the Company was $41,161 while during the same period in 2001, the same costs
were booked at $91,372.

There was no interest expense during the reported period ending June 30, 2002.
During the comparable period of 2001, interest expense was $4,126. Management
continues to employ a cost control plan and reviews overhead expenses weekly
in an effort to avoid incurring an operational deficit. Net income for the
period ending June 30, 2002 was $35,375.00 During the same period in fiscal
2001, the Company reported a net income of $ 2,870.00

ITEM 8. CHANGE IN FISCAL YEAR. Not applicable.



Pursuant to the requirements of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the
registrant has duly caused this report to be signed on its behalf by the
undersigned hereunto duly authorized.

                              GOLF ENTERTAINMENT, INC.

/s/ Michael F. Daniels

Michael F. Daniels, Director and CEO       Date: August 23, 2002