About the author

Past: Tolerated the U.S. educational system as far as a Bachelors degree. Favorite sports were skateboarding, windsurfing and pole vaulting. Worked on many jobs and projects, giving me a wide variety of skills and experiences.

Present: People call me a renaissance man. I still enjoy variety and being productive. Probably why artwork is one of my lasting activities. Snowboarding and hiking are my favorite ways to recreate with my amazing wife and sons.

Future:)

Comments

  1. Hahaha – right where it (the golf club) belongs! Um…I’m no physicist, but shouldn’t the grip end be crashing down on the unsuspecting head of whoever walks through that doorway? How did you balance that?

    1. Funny! That’s kind of what happens when the bottom ball is knocked off the tee. The handle comes down and cracks someones head! Just kidding! I balanced it by starting at the bottom, as always, then finding the balance point with my fingers, then working the wire. The club was a temporary mount to approximate locations then made the hole in the club and mounted the wire holding the balls to the club. Then balanced the whole thing on my finger to find the hanging balance point and made the hole and wired it and hung it. Thanks for your interest!

      1. Hahaha – that’s sort of how golf has always been to me. Thanks for your very complete answer to a half-assed question. It really is pretty cool though.

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