As I pointed out Golfing Offspring #2 has done her bit and solved one part of the problem.
Via Golf Poet we find that some nuclear scientists turned their minds to the problem and came up with another part of the solution. Nuclear Scientists people! How far off can a complete solution be when nuclear scientists are looking at the problem?
Both of these solutions have one major flaw, they don’t deal with balls that get hit into water. But not to worry, someone else has stepped up to handle that part of the problem. Albus Golf has developed a fish food golf ball. That’s right. A golf ball that, when it gets wet, dissolves into fish food. This may lead to some very overweight fish in certain locations, but I’m sure someone else will come up with a way to slim them down again.
So you see? No problem is too difficult if we all just work together.
Next up lets try for something really useful. Like how to keep the tonic in the gin-and-tonic from going flat after only 4 holes. There never seems to be a beer wench around when you need a refresh, so it’s vitally important that the tonic stay fizzy until the turn, don’t you think? I’ll have GO#2 and her group work on that as soon as they are finished with their latest project, jousting with a mouse trap car. The rest of you should get started on it right away.