Why is it normally an easy shot to drop a lob onto a green 100 metres distant, but that effort so often is apt to go astray when water lies between tee and hole?
Even though an ARC grant has yet to arrive, the Professor will be spending much of the day's remainder conducting field research at Imperial Bearbrass. When peer reviewed, today's scorecard will be added to the body of literature now stored in the bottom pocket of the golf bag, which will be the basis for an ambitious funding application. If climate scientists can be forever be jetting hither and yon with their taxpayer-funded travel passes, why shouldn't a poor Bunyip push the frontiers of human understanding at St Andrews, Pebble Beach, Augusta and other locations where expense-account are welcome at clubhouse restaurant and bar?
Back later, when today's research is done.
UPDATE: Whoops, too late. The climateers are already off the tee.