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New From Elliot: Great Golf Hustlers
Elliot has posted an article about great golf hustlers. Read it and find out why, if someone wants to bet you that they can drive a golfball a mile, never bet that they can't.
Categories: Sports
Posted by The Curator on Wed Aug 29, 2007
Comments (6)
I would have thought it would be easy to drive a golf ball a mile
even five or ten miles wouldn't be out of the question.
Posted by Sharruma  in  capable of finishing a coherent  on  Wed Aug 29, 2007  at  04:56 PM
I should have specified, "drive a golfball with a golf club." grin
Posted by The Curator  in  San Diego  on  Wed Aug 29, 2007  at  05:17 PM
Yep, that would make it more or a challenge smile
Posted by Sharruma  in  capable of finishing a coherent  on  Wed Aug 29, 2007  at  05:50 PM
walk a mile in my shoes, drive a mile in my balls. Either way, time to change the insert pads
Posted by Hairy Houdini  on  Wed Aug 29, 2007  at  07:47 PM
Alex, it is still easy to drive a golf ball a mile with a golf club. Just put the club next to the ball on the seat.
Posted by Christopher Cole  in  Tucson, AZ  on  Wed Aug 29, 2007  at  09:35 PM
Alex, is that the old "hit the golf ball onto blacktop" thing?

WHY do I know crap like that?
Posted by Cranky Media Guy  on  Thu Aug 30, 2007  at  04:37 AM
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