Drugs hidden in golf clubs have given new meaning to the phrase “non-conforming golf clubs”.
Golfweek’s Adam Woodard has reported that police in Miami intercepted a shipment of cocaine hidden in the shafts of golf clubs from Colombia.
Federal agents intercepted a set of golf clubs from Colombia destined for New York at the international mail facility in Miami-Dade County on Monday. Traffickers attempted to cut the corner and smuggle more than a pound of cocaine in the shafts of the clubs.
PROTECTING THE PUBLIC🚔@CBP at the international mail facility in Greater Miami intercepted a set of golf clubs Monday arriving from Colombia—destined for New York. The estimated street value is approximately $30,000. Traffickers attempted to smuggle cocaine in the shafts🏌️♂️⛳ pic.twitter.com/EujDatqdnz
— CBP Florida (@CBPFlorida) March 10, 2020