Golfing on a Aircraft Carrier

Now for something completely different, of the photoshop variety. I must say this is pretty clever and a tip of the hat to the creator-whom I can’t seem to find.

Aircfaft Carrier with

[ Image was originally found on BLDGBLOG. ]

The link for the image sent me here, then that link sent me to here. So I was not able to find out who is the artist/creator of this image. No luck.

So; my guess, it was created for some contest on Worth1000.com. If this great image is not from there I don’t know where it’s from. Wherever it’s from I really would like to acknowledge the creator.

Why was it on BLDGBLOG?

Geoff was posting about how the last Ice Age, and the subsequent landscapes-led(in a round about way) to the 1st golf courses created in Scotland.

From there that topography had golf course designers borrowing the same formed landscapes and re-creating that typography around the World, it’s a very informative read.

The above image was at the end of the post as kind of an exclamation point and was a good ending.

“Golf is a game in which you yell ‘fore’, shoot six, and write down five.” — Paul Harvey

Ice Age, Glacial fields, kettle ponds, moraines, Scottish sheep shepherds, Indian Burial Mounds, bulldozers, golf fanatics, and designers all the way to images on Aircraft Carriers via photoshop . . . it sure is an interesting world we live in.

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Addendum: You gotta be careful going out that driveway!

Man this is a brutal sentence:

From there that topography had golf course designers borrowing the same formed landscapes and re-creating that typography around the World, it’s a very informative read.

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24 responses to “Golfing on a Aircraft Carrier

  1. i thought this was real and i got really really really really really excited but when i found out it was fake, i jumped off a building

  2. U R ALL FREEKIN MORONS MY UNCLES IN THE MILITARY SO KISS MY @$$!!!

    P.S. THERE IS NO SUCH BOAT OF GRASS

  3. Ha! I came across that before.
    For very entertaining chain of comments (or rather a string of arguments between patri(di)ots like “kill ur self” up here and educated Americans, check worldwideweb.simonperry.org/golf-courseaircraft-carrier/
    Very nice use for a warship – gives “smoking grass” a whole nother meaning :o)

  4. That is so cool.I hope some one does that for real and turn all the compartments into Hi rent condos and apartments.The Carrier I was on (CVA-59) had a 4 acre flight deck and housed 5,000 people. In turn that could meen big bucks.

  5. I think it is brilliant. First I asked my friend if he wanted to join the Navy, he said no. Then I showed him the picture of the golf craft carrier and he replied positively. Though I prefer it with planes roaring off into the sky from its bow, I still love it!

  6. Her Majesty`s Royal Navy uses an english invention called a slope deck. Imagine the arguing if one `rolled in` on the 18th. Would one still have to get a round in, Pink Gins included, What Oh! old chap!

    Hear here!!! Thanks for posting.

  7. hi gd evng,it’ great to see that unimaginable images of aircraft i m very happy and excited to receive your updates.

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  10. This company is Dope. They have creativity that is so lacking in skateboarding today. Being good at skateboarding is not as important as having fun on a skateboard. Watch when Palace drops in the US some big companies are going to feel the pain of what these guys are capable of.

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