The Prof announced an impromptu prize competition for those attending the Brissle when he saw the prospect of driving off an elevated tee. Never mind the creek at the bottom, this is a hole for real men to open their shoulders and go for glory.

As orginally communicated:

£10 Pedro Power “spot the ball” prize applies to this tournament. For those of you playing Saturday, can you print off the below picture and mark with an X where my tee-shot will finish. And a dotted line to describe its original trajectory. I will endeavour to play the shot from the exact position where the chap that looks like Bruce (but has a far better swing) is playing his from, local tee positioning allowing.

Showing some possible trajectories.

The Idiot has stepped up to the plate and offered to print off a big copy of the picture to support the society attempting to win the money. How the trajectory will be recorded for posterity has yet to be addressed – we can only hope that Idiot/Ron/WD are in the Captain’s group to capture the detail on their phones. If he’s playing with Noz and/or Bacon, then we’ll be down to relying on just the Prof’s word with no technical recording or reliable eye witness who isn’t distracted by squirrels or off having a slash, again.

In typical Pedro-fashion, the prof has compounded the complexity by suggesting a collection of additional gamble factors.

Any chance you can arrange the sheet so persons can indicate:

1. Swing-plane

2. Contact (face, top, bottom, toe, heel, shaft, airshot)

3. Shape (power draw, draw, straight, fade, power fade)

4. Height (grubber, low, normal, high, rocket)

5. Initial Trajectory

6. Final Position

Rob has offered some standard answers (and I’ve tried to illustrate using google images):

I’ll save you all the trouble of ‘guessing’ the correct answer and fill this in now. Please feel free to amend where you see fit?

1. Swing-plane

All over the place

2. Contact (face, top, bottom, toe, heel, shaft, airshot)

Yes, there will be contact – amusing that your first option was ‘face’., and that ‘shaft’ was also an option.

(this is obviously not the club of preference for the Prof, but it does demonstrate the range of possibilities)

3. Shape (power draw, draw, straight, fade, power fade)

LMAO

4. Height (grubber, low, normal, high, rocket)

Grubber – genius.  Looking forward to the pedro masterclass on the ‘Rocket’ prior to the tee off.

(this doesn’t show the full range…)

5. Initial Trajectory

Up?

6. Final Position

Is all we needed to guess.  (does he mean him – or the ball?) WD – Looking at an R4

Not long till the Rocket.

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