Watch as hundreds of golf balls pour out of the driver side door…hilarious.
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Robin Williams…always funny…
Lol…this is funny…
These are kinda fun to watch…
Tiger Woods and EA have teamed up together again for the new game, “Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08. From the commercials I have seen this game looks sweet. Online play just looks like it will be more fun for the non golfer. It seems like there will be a long drive contest and a trick shot mode in the gameplay according to the commercials I have seen. This game is going to be released on Tuesday(August 26).
Get the Tiger Woods 2008 for Wii here:
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08
Get the Tiger Woods 2007 for PS3 here: (2008 no yet out?)
Tiger Woods Pga Tour 07
Get the Tiger Woods 2008 for PC here:
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 DVD
Get the Tiger Woods 2008 for Nintendo DS here:
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08
Emu, a big bird, apparently followed golfers during play. Well, I knew birdies like golf, maybe this one enjoyed it too much…lol
“It was strange,” McMeekin said. “She’s awful big and she made me nervous.”
Emus, natives of Australia, can grow to more than 5 feet and 100 pounds and are capable of running as fast as 30 mph.
Jeremy Behm, a golf course employee in this town between Olympia and Aberdeen, said he heard a strange sound as he was working in the pro shop around 6:30 a.m.
“I heard a noise and this crazy bird was standing right there,” Behm said.
After hanging around the pro shop for a time, the emu began following McMeekin and Bell while Behm called the Grays Harbor County sheriff’s office.
A deputy was dispatched but couldn’t immediately determine where the emu belonged. Soon afterward, the owner came from his home across the street and rounded up the bird at about 10:30 a.m., Behm said.
This is interesting, the odds of making 10 hole-in-ones in your life would be:
113,527,276,681,000,000 to 1
Since Jan. 23, the 46-year-old from Rancho Mirage, Calif., has hit 10 holes in one, or just eight fewer than were hit on the entire Ladies Professional Golf Association tour last year.
Her local paper, the Desert Sun of Palm Springs, Calif., has corroborated Ms. Gagne’s feat, running notes alongside articles from editors saying they’re just as skeptical as readers, but everything has checked out.
The paper also asked a local statistician, Michael McJilton of the College of the Desert, to compute the odds against the feat. The result, which headlined the article: 113,527,276,681,000,000 to 1. And that was after just seven aces. I asked Mr. McJilton to repeat the computation after Ms. Gagne hit three more in the following couple of weeks, over a total of just 75 rounds. He returned the astronomical number of roughly 12 septillion (12 followed by 24 zeroes) to 1. Such an unlikely event should never happen. It’s like winning the lottery four straight times. No wonder David Letterman came calling.