At a municipal golf course, a foursome approached the tee of the 430-yard, par-4 sixth hole.
The long, straight fairway ran along a road that was fenced on the right.
The green was slightly to the left of the straightaway with another road paralleling the green from which golfers often received heckler calls.
The first golfer teed off with a long ball slice in the direction of the road. The ball went over the fence, bounced 150 yards down the road, where it hit the tire of a moving city bus and was knocked back onto the golf course, stopping just 10 yards short of the green.
As they all stood in amazement, a fellow golfer asked, “How on earth did you do that?”
The response came without hesitation, “You have to know the bus schedule.”