Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Scuba Diver Makes a Living Diving Water Hazards

Hey, the guy makes a living underwater. Can't blame him for that!

One of golf's most famous holes is nice to look at, but it's not one of the nicest.

Every year, about 120,000 golf balls land in the drink at the 17th hole at TPC Sawgrass.


It is a hole where you can win it, or lose it.

And when you lose it, Brian Adams helps get it back.

Adams puts on scuba gear to retrieve what gets lost in the 4-foot pond surrounding the 17th hole. The list of bounty includes golf balls and other things.

"I've had wedding wings and other things, clubs, mainly clubs and golf bags," said Adams. "A golf cart one time."

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