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Global warming has caused a decrease in the number of golf trees around the countryside, so when the season is right we use aerial seeding to spread the golf ball trees into more fertile areas.

 

Same with the plants whose dry stalks we harvest to provide spaghetti.

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I recently did 3000 golf balls. It was pretty cool.

 

That's a lot of balls......, pun intended!

 

 

Global warming has caused a decrease in the number of golf trees around the countryside, so when the season is right we use aerial seeding to spread the golf ball trees into more fertile areas.

 

Same with the plants whose dry stalks we harvest to provide spaghetti.

 

We all have to do our part. I'm particularly proud of the aerial reseeding of the Brass plants that's been going on in Afghanistan by our troops. its heartwarming!

Is there a back story to the ball drop? Why do it?

because dropping them out my car window would leave tire tracks all over the golf course.

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I didn't see a single ball, when did they drop? Seems like an expesive helicopter, couldn't they do this from a 22, or 300?

You could if you were dropping a few. In my case a couple weeks ago I did 3000. thats a couple hundred pounds. The Sheriff allows a couple charity organizations to do it. Next year we are loading up the Bambi Bucket!!!

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