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Hitting balls into the ocean from the 15th fairway or 16th tee at Cape Kidnappers is irresistible to many people. There's a lot of hang time, and you can see the ball splash if the lighting is right.
It all starts with a stolen range ball.
Well, we all know what happens when you hit a golf ball into the ocean: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b51LmPEHJEs
Thats about 25% of the time when I am golfing, if you assume a cone of acceptability. You probably saw a lot in your grudge matches. That was what I was thinking when I merely had read the title. Could be a subtitle for any book written about golf. There was a "sacrifice a ball to the river" ritual at an earlier club. At Waverley there was a see if you can hit it across the Willamette playing 17 or 18 (even Tiger failed)