Why Golfers Need Gravity
By Torleif Sorenson on 11/7/13
Here's golfer Chris Como at the A.R. Barr Aquatic Center at Southern Methodist University, illustrating exactly why golfers need both terra firma and gravity in order to play.
Even the late NASA astronaut Alan Shepard needed gravity during his golf expedition on Apollo 14.
Now, we need some enterprising golfers to take their clubs, some practice balls, and at least one video camera aboard a "vomit comet."
H/T: oobgolf.com columnist Erika Larkin
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He didn't maintain his spine angle.
Kurt the Knife says:
actually looks a lot like my swing.
Butch, I can't swim!...Don't worry, the fall will probably kill you.
You may not drop in the water hazard. You may drop within two pool lengths of the stairs and not nearer the changing rooms or the hottie lifeguard on duty.
Torleif Sorenson says:
Rimshot. 1000 points to brianmk24.
falcon50drive, great quote! my favorite film!
Weak followthru. Must've sliced.
What was in the water before he jumped? Looks like it's about to erupt.
...the Murseless says:
biglou11: that's a bubble machine - it's used to greatly reduce surface tension and water density.
You do NOT want to do a belly flop from 10 metres onto still water.
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