NAGASAKI - Nuki sports corporation spokesman Isukagolf Nevigotapar, announced to a stunned, if not slightly radioactive crowd that it has launched a new line of nuclear powered golf balls.
The plutonium core ball actually goes critical when struck by the driver. The hollow plutonium core reaches a near critical mass, creating heat and extreme pressure, enough to knock the golfer off the tee, and about 10 yards behind it. New drivers are required for each tee shot.
But the results are spectacular. In tests, the new Nuki ball when hit by "Iron Mike", traveled 100 miles, as tracked by satellite. Golf course designers are scrambling to find a large enough tract of land to purchase for the requisite golf course. For a good 36 hole course, a tract of land the size of Greece is required. Which is a strange coincidence, as Greece is now selling at fire sale prices.
The IMF, largest investor in Nuki, could not be reached for comment, due to recent events.