People who are addicted to golf will go to great -- even preposterous -- lengths to play the game they love.
Well, some folks from Sweden are taking that to another level. In case you didn't know, it's cold there this time of year. We're talking snow and a lot of ice.
How the heck are you supposed to hit the links in conditions like that?
Easy. Just lace up the ice skates.
Check out this find by GolfDigest.com's Joel Beall, a video from a man named Jacob Grahn, who -- as Beall notes, "wasn't going to let a little thing like 'the course is covered in ice and snow' stop him from teeing it up."
Not exactly the safest form of golf these eyes have ever seen.
By now we all know that NBA superstar Steph Curry is a golf nut.
On Monday night, ESPN's Darren Rovell tweeted out a photo of Curry with his high school golf team.
Check it out:
Flashback: Steph Curry on his high school golf team pic.twitter.com/QswJts6RVO
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) December 28, 2015
Curry, whose Golden State Warriors improved to an unbelievable 29-1 record with a 122-103 win over the Sacramento Kings on Monday, carries a handicap between 2-5.
Santa Claus could have gotten Caleb Watson something a little less messy for Christmas, like "Chutes and Ladders" or "Twister."
Instead, he brought "Pie Face." And dad just had to give it a try.
Watch as Bubba Watson gets a face full of whipped cream as Caleb watches with glee:
— bubba watson (@bubbawatson) December 26, 2015
All in all, it could have been worse. There's an actual game out there called "Doggie Doo." We'll let you look up the specifics.
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