[photo by Gary]
Found on Tuesday along the Clay Hill Road, just inside the fence line of a cattle pasture. A couple homes semi-close but nothing right there...other than the road and the pasture. No proximate back yard that could have served as a practice tee. And no golf courses within 5 miles.
At any rate, I am again pleased to have the opportunity to continue with my insightful, hard-hitting series about golf balls found while running. Previous installments are here, here, here, here, and here.
Couple theories: Perhaps golf balls are actually living entities that escape and make their way into rural areas to try to, well, blend in or something. Or maybe teenagers stock up on golf balls and toss them from moving vehicles at road signs. Maybe cows have taken up the sport.
I eagerly await the next find. For one thing is certain: there will be a next found golf ball. Of that I am certain.