Core movement

Sanburn, Josh
June 2008
Golf Magazine;Jun2008, Vol. 50 Issue 6, p34
The article presents information on artists who carve art from golf balls. It informs that Corey Pavin can carve a golf ball, but not like Cory Burke, who counts himself among a growing number of whittlers who carve art from golf balls. It is stated that Burke got his start after he found a cut-up ball on a course and discovered how well its dense core could hold a finely cut line. According to ball carver Patrie Herber, golf balls are even sold with half their shells removed.


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