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Cataclysmic Stroke

Balls From The Bottom

Received: 24Jan2011

A study, published in Golf Digest, revealed that golf balls residing on the bottom of a pond were more or less servicable when retrieved. I have no experience with such balls and I'm too cheap to buy new ones.

Iced Balls

I tend to hit the ball crooked which finds me often in the pucker brush.
These excursions result in frequent fruitful golf-ball harvests including those buried in last winter's snow. The ones at the bottom of ponds were on holiday compared to being frozen in ice.

Down And Through

I'll bet those in ice have flex characteristics that differ dramatically from those comfortable swimmers even when struck by the cataclysmic force of my dead accurate stroke.