Okay, so earlier I wrote about the use of massively over-hyped language to get you to watch or read something, often mundane. And when you calling something amazing, what do you then use when you come across something actually amazing.
This is actually amazing.
Please note, though, that I've used great self-control not putting that in the title. (Just another service of Elisberg Industries. You're welcome.) Yet it's still so amazing that people who are bored silly by golf will be able to appreciate its amazingosity.
I don't know if it's The Most Amazing Golf Shot Ever that you'll see. But...it's amazing. And that's the point, it's important to call it that because otherwise you'd stop watching half the way through. In fact, normally, I wouldn’t want to give that away, but when you see the video of Fuzzy Zoeller's shot, you’ll see why it’s important to know that ahead of time – because even knowing, you can’t believe it will be amazing. And going further, I'll even tell you where to look. The ball lands on the right side of the green on your monitor. Just keep watching.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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