Could a golf ball really have floated from Canada, across the Pacific Ocean and ended up in Australia?
This is almost too crazy to believe.
A South African man trekking around Australia found an old range golf ball from a Canadian driving range washed up on a remote island off the coast of northern Queensland.
The ball was found stuck in a log on the shores of Hinchinbrook Island, (about halfway between Cairns and Townsville) and this report suggests it floated the whole way across the Pacific Ocean to get here.
The stamp on the golf ball indicated it once belonged to Cougar Creek Golf Resort, just west of Edmonton in Canada.