VIDEO: Kid invents golf ball warmer and says rules of golf are 'fuzzy'
The kid is right, the rules of golf are quite fuzzy. I feel much worse about my ambition to this point in life, by the way.
This kid makes me feel sick.
I'm 28 years old and I blog about golfers for a living. This dude has actually done something. And he's done something that could help all of us as golfers.
He designed a golf ball temperature preserver that helps your ball go further on a cold day.
It's pretty hilarious that he says "the rule is a little bit fuzzy" on whether or not a person is allowed to warm up his golf balls. All the rules are fuzzy, kid. All of them.
Pretty cool feat for a pretty young dude.
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