Think Big and Kick Ass self-made multi-billionaire Donald Trump has successfully patented the golf club.
On hearing the news Donald Trump immediately assigned the patent rights to DT Golfing Enterprises, located in South Ossetia, a region now used as a holiday retreat by Russian big-wigs.
The patent award follows hot on the footsteps of Congress voting to change the well known rule of "first to invent" to "first to file".
"No patent was filed on the golf club in the USA," said Trump; "So I filed the first patent and got a notice of allowance and a patent term adjustment dated back to the date when we could have applied for the Golf Club patent had the "first to file" rule been in place.
Golf club owners are fighting back on grounds of lack of compliance with Title 35 of the United States Code, section 112, 'indefiniteness" arguing that Trump failed to define what he meant by a "Golf Club".
Does Trump's golf patent speak to the thing you hold in your hands between your legs or the golf club house?
Commenting on the controversy was Patent Expert Dr. Doolittle.
"It's simply ludicrous that anyone should be allowed to Trump the golfing world," said Doolittle, "Congress did not intend that the change from 'first to invent' to 'first to file' would lead to such outcomes".
Dr. Doolittle commented on Trumps Golf Club patent while patiently standing in line at the patent office waiting to file patent applications on "American Apple Pie", "A Game Called American Football", "Stars and Stripes", "The Jay Leno Show", "Lost", "Chuck", and "Honda Motor Cars".