By J. D. Winter
Cow Pasture Pool: golfing at the Muni-tour is a light-hearted examine how contributors of this loose-knit journey team play the sport: which of the foundations of golfing they abide by means of and which they decide to forget about. It humorously seems to be at wagers, "hustlers", apparatus, gown codes (and loss of them), and personalities at the tour.Interspersed all through are a laugh stories and anecdotes, besides authentic tales that mix to make this the whole e-book of golfing -- maybe even the last word golf e-book considering the fact that "no holes are barred".
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His brainchild was a balata-covered ball with a solid rubber center. This core was later replaced with one filled with liquid and compressed by rubber bands under the cover. Traditionalists, especially the professionals, were slow to accept the new ball, but when Alexander "Sandy" Herd won the 1902 British Open using a rubber ball, all that changed. His score of 307 was almost eight strokes lower than the average winning score of the previous ten Opens, and the fifty-four-year reign of the "gutta-percha" came to an end.
About 1848, a Scottish minister at St. Andrews named Patterson, who was an avid golfer, experimented by molding balls out of material that had been used as packing around a statue shipped to him from India. His creation proved to be a decided improvement over the "featheries"; it could be hit for longer distances, with more control, and lasted much longer. Patterson checked and found that the plastic-like wax of resin material he used was derived from the sap of trees of the Sapodilla family which grew in Malaysia, and that it was inexpensive to harvest.
Professional golf has a few successful players who are over six feet in height, and some who are quite brawny, but that is not the norm. Gary Player is five feet seven inches tall, as is Lee Trevino and Chi Chi Rodriquez. Tom Kite is five feet eight inches tall, and Britisher Ian Woosnam, a mere five feet four and one half inches tall. Beware the flat belly I don't mean to say golfers are not athletes, because they are. Most stay in superb condition, but it would be a little Page 40 unfair to expect ''The Walrus" Craig Stadler or Duffy Waldorf, with their physiques, to win many foot races or run the high hurdles.