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Playing golf with 100 YEAR OLD ball

Playing with 100 YEAR OLD golf ball
In this video Rick Shiels PGA Golf gets out on the golf course with a golf ball the is 100 years old!
Rick bought the golf ball for £50 from eBay and he heads out to the course at Marriott Worsley Park Golf & Country club to see how a ball that is 100 years old performs?
Rick also hits some shots with a brand new Titleist Golf Pro V1 golf ball to see the differences in performance!
Can Rick Shiels get a hole in one with the 100 year old ball? Also at the end of the video Rick cuts open the golf ball to see what’s inside the 100 year old golf ball.


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