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Someone made the Death Star into a golf ball! (Heavy breathing, heavy breathing, heavy breathing)

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Someone made the Death Star into a golf ball! (Heavy breathing, heavy breathing, heavy breathing)


Ha ha! I haven't seen one of those before. I find all sorts of old balls buried in my yard from my neighbor practicing over many, many years but haven't run across one with square grooves yet.

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Lol. Big fan of all the weird shit @nevets88 finds to post! Good job, keep it up! :beer:
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Bromford goes way back to the 1930s.  Some of them had a liquid oil center in them. Very nice find....

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I guess it is possible to buy replica balls like this from McIntyre Golf Company .

Would like to try hickory golf some day, even had a guy offer the use of his set but I'm too afraid of breaking or damaging them.

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