Playing under severe thunderstorm clouds

May 12, 2019- by Steven E. Greer, MD

I had to drive out to this country range again because the PGA range was closed due to storms. I thought I was smarter than they were.

Well, the storms were indeed severe. When I got home, I saw DVR recorded TV with severe storm warnings.

As I was hitting balls, some menacing, very low, clouds came right at me. They had rotational movement, which is the key for early tornado activity. In this case, it is what they call a wall cloud, or early tornado. I was in the Southwest portion of the thunderstorm, which is where tornadoes form.

Over the last three-years of The Golf Project, I have hit balls into blizzards, sub-zero temperatures, and baby tornadoes. I should be able to claim a real hurricane soon.


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