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• Mary Queen of Scots is reportedly the one who brought the word “caddy” to the game. She used French cadets to assist her on the course. “Cadet” is the French word for “student,” pronounced “cad-DAY”, giving us our modern term. • Early golf balls were created from hard leather, but around 1724, the composition was changed to a thin leather stuffed with feathers. These remained popular until 1848 when the gutta percha ball was introduced, a solid ball made from the dried sap of a Sapodilla tree. Strips of the sap were softened in boiling water, then molded by hand, and placed in cold water to harden. In 1901, the Haskell golf ball made its debut, a rubber-cored ball that traveled farther than the gutta percha ball, with the added benefit of a much cheaper cost to produce. The dimples in today’s golf balls decrease aerodynamic drag, allowing the ball to fly farther. A smooth golf ball would travel about half as far as a dimpled one. A golf ball has between 300 and 500 dimples, each about 0.010 inch deep. • What is recognized as the world’s first organized golf club was founded in 1744. Established as the Gentlemen Golfers of Leith, the group would later become known as the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers, a group that was responsible for drawing up the first set of official rules for the game. • Golf came to the U.S. via two Scotsmen, who first demonstrated the game in 1888, and set up a golf club that same year in Yonkers, New York. The U.S. PGA was formed in 1916, with the first PGA tournament held that year.



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• How well do you know golfing terms? Most folks know that each hole is classified by its par, which means the number of strokes a golfer should require to complete the hole. The minimum par is three – a stroke from the tee and two putts. One stroke under par is called a birdie, while two strokes under par is an eagle. Three strokes under par can be a double eagle or an albatross. The term condor refers to four strokes under par, an almost-impossible score to achieve. Only four condors have been recorded, all of which were a hole-in-one on a par-5 hole. Golfers who go over par might record a bogey (one stroke over), a double bogey (two strokes over), or a triple bogey (three strokes). • American golfer Ab Smith had an excellent shot back in 1899, and he described it as a “bird of a shot,” giving golfers the term “birdie,” one under par.

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• Although ranch dressing is the most popular dipping sauce for chicken wings, bleu cheese isn’t far behind. Frank’s Red Hot Sauce was the sauce used in the first batch of wings. • Each chicken wing has three sections attached by two hinges. One section contains the humerus bone and is called the drumette because of its resemblance to a mini-drumstick. The flat section contains the ulna and the radius, which contain less meat, but a better flavor, according to many, perhaps because of a greater concentration of fat. • The popularity of wings took a huge jump when the Buffalo Bills football team appeared in four consecutive Super Bowls from 1963 to 1966. About 1.33 billion wings are consumed nationwide on that day, enough to circle the Earth nearly three times. Wings are the second most popular snack on that Sunday (dips and spreads are #1), and about 23% of viewers eat wings.

• The well-known restaurant chain Buffalo Wild Wings didn’t get its start in Buffalo, but rather in Columbus, Ohio. But the two founders Jim Disbrow and Scott Lowery were former Buffalo residents who loved chicken wings. After a move to Ohio in 1982, the pair opened up their first restaurant, a franchise that has grown to having an outlet in every state in the Union. They dish up about 21 million wings each week, although on Super Bowl Sunday alone, that number is close to 8 million. A typical weekend at Buffalo Wild Wings has sales of about 6,000 wings at each restaurant, but that number jumps to 13,500 on Super Bowl Sunday. • Every year on the Friday before the Super Bowl, Philadelphia plays host to the Wing Bowl, a competition for chicken wing eating. Competitive eater Molly Schuyler has nabbed the prize for three out of the last five years. In 2018, she broke the previous record by gobbling down 501 wings in 30 minutes. • Buffalo, New York, holds its own National Buffalo Wing Festival each year, attracting more than 50,000 visitors annually. This festival supports local charities and has donated more than $345,000 to local causes since its founding 17 years ago.


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• Lady golfers got into the scene in 1893 when the Ladies’ Golf Union was formed in the UK, and the inaugural British Ladies’ Amateur Golf Championship was held. The U.S. Ladies’ Professional Golfers’ Association was founded in 1950, although Babe Didrikson was already a famous lady golfer by that time, having been the first American to win the British Women’s Amateur title in 1947. Although Didrikson attempted to qualify for the U.S. Open in 1948, her application was rejected because the event was open to men only. She had already won two Olympic gold medals and one silver in track and field and was an All-American basketball player before turning her attention to golf, where she won 10 major LPGA championships. • The first person to play golf on the moon was astronaut Alan Shepard while a member of the Apollo 14 crew. In February, 1971, Shepard took a six-iron and two golf balls aboard the spacecraft with him, and attempted two drives, the second of which went more than 200 yards.

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• If golfers want to play on the world’s highest golf course, they will have to travel to Morococha, Peru, where the Tactu Golf Club sits 14,335 feet above sea level. To play on the world’s northernmost golf course, a trip to Iceland’s Akureyri Golf Club will be required. Those playing stateside will have $500 in green fees for 18 holes at America’s most expensive public course, Shadow Creek Golf Course in Las Vegas. Massachusetts is home to the world’s longest golf course, a par-77 course measuring 8,325 yards. ...continued

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• The 1900 Paris Olympic Games included the game of golf, with 22 male and female athletes from 4 countries competing in a 36-hole Answer: Dell. game. It A was an Olympic event at the followVERY LARGE NUMBER ing Olympics in St. Louis in 1904. The sport •was Edward Kasner mathematician. In 1938 absent from was the aGames for the next 112 he was asked to come up with a name for a years being revived in 2016 the Rio very before large number: the numeral one,atfollowed debyJaneiro games, when 120 golfers from 41 a hundred zeros. He asked his two young countries nephewsparticipated. what name they would suggest. • •Tiger Woods mayMilton have made his first ahole-inNine-year-old suggested name outatofage thesix, funnies. A cartoon one with another 17 strip after character that, but named Barney was very popular. Milton he’s not the youngest person to shoot one.chose That Barney’s last name for the number. honor belongs to Colorado’s Coby Orr, who, in •1975, Kasner announced thea new name for big at age five, shot hole-in-one in the Littlenumber in his next book, altering the spelling. ton, Colorado. • Sixty yearsgolfer later, Jack LarryNicklaus Page andhad Sergey • Legendary his Brin first developed a new internet search engine. Other PGA Tour winnings, $33.33, at the 1962 L.A. search engines searched each webpage and Open. Later that year, he was the many winnertimes of thea ranked them according to how U.S. Open, receiving $17,500. Hebut finished the specific term appeared on them, Page and year with more than $60,000 in prize money. Brin designed their search engine to search for Inthe 1963, at age 22,and he became then-youngspecific term then findtheout how many estlinks golfer to were win the there thatMasters. led backHeto won that again page, in abecoming better search engine. inwhich 1965 resulted and 1966, the tournament’s first back-to-back winner. In 1986, at age that 46, • They decided they needed a name reflected was howthemany Nicklaus oldestwebsites player tothewinsearch The engine was searching. Masters. His final round They of protook golfthe wasname the of Edward Kasner’s very large number, only 2005 British Open, played at the St. Andrews they misspelled it slightly, so it ended up being course. spelled exactly the same way the cartoon • Slugger Hank Aaron may his have 3,771 hits character Barney spelled lasthad name. What’s over the course of his baseball career, but had it called? (Answer at bottom of page) this to say about golf: “It took me 17 years to COMPUTER FACTS get 3,000 hits. I did it in one afternoon on the • In 1981 Bill Gates said, “640 kb of memory golf course.” ought to be enough for anybody.” • •America’s firststates 18-hole courseperformance was on an Moore’s Law thatgolf computer Illinois in 1892. The doublessheep everyfarm, 18 to established 24 months, and ever since 1971, this been true. nation’s firsthas golf club opened there in Downers Grove, Illinois, the following year. The • HP, Google, Microsoft, and Apple weregolf all course there at the original site. startedisinstill garages. Answer: Google, from googol. TIDBITS! THANKS FOR READING

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Although the United States has the highest number of golf courses, numbering well over 15,000, the country with the highest number of golf courses per capita is Scotland, with one course for about every 9,400 people. New Zealand is second, Australia is third, followed by Ireland. The name Richard Lewis might not be familiar to you, but he holds the record for the most number of holes of golf played in a single year. In 2010, Richard played 11,000 holes, all at the Four Seasons Resort and Club in Irving, Texas.


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"Golf" and "Chicken Wings"

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