Things we did not know: Campbell University, in North Carolina, has a PGA-accredited golf management program. It "allows students to acquire the specialized knowledge and skills necessary for success in the golf industry." One of those skills is trick shots. Each month, the program has a competition among classes, and January's was to see who could line up and sink the most balls on a single hole. The seniors won, with nine.

I know what you're thinking. You're thinking, you can't fit nine balls in one hole. First, ha. Second, the hole was scooped out to make it deeper, but it was still regulation diameter. So it counts.

Also, the eighth ball taps the seventh, so I'm going to need everyone to stay after class and write me four pages on Cartesian putting.