regular & jade pearl (I think) zucs.
I have never golfed before, but that made me laugh. I would suggest some zucchini pickles. I so love making them and eating them lol.bogydave wrote:Thanks allorgoveg wrote:Golf balls are great simmered in hazard water. To them, add sauteed broken tees and bunker sand. .
I do like to "slice" the balls first & "plant" in adjoining fairways.
They make good seeds in the woods, I always find other balls there when hunting mine. Mostly "hybrids" or cross pollenated types, rarely find the same type I plant in there. Some areas have great soil conditions as they multiply fast & I pick several ripe ones when searching for mine.