Working on my design skills

In an ongoing effort to work on my digital graphic skills, I opened up a Redbubble shop a while back (which you can visit here). However, it’s been mainly just my blog and Instagram logos. Like many things in life, I’ve got plenty of ideas jotted down but no time to sit down and focus on completing them. Well recently I’ve made time to progress more on my projects so you’ll see more items appear in my shop, however I probably won’t post every new item here though, so please check it regularly for new additions. However, as you can tell my blog consists of a lot of Simpsons posts, I thought I’d share the first design from my Simpsons collection. It’s fairly simple but it makes for an easy Halloween costume if you’ve got a hat and an extension cord for a belt.

Double hole in one shootout!

To put this into perspective, to date I’ve played 6,219 games of Golf Clash and have had 37 holes in one. However, that is a bit misleading as each individual game is played either on a par 4 or 5 and not a par 3. Par 3s only show up in a shootout where the 2 players tie during the regular game. However, they can also appear in tournaments, but I do not play tournaments often so I’m going to say we can ignore those. The question then becomes how often do games go to a shootout? I’m going to call it 50%, however realistically I think it’s closer to 60% or so. Regardless, that would mean I’ve made about 37 holes in one out of 3,110 games, or about 1.19% of the time. I consider myself an alright player in Golf Clash, so let’s assume my opponent has about the same rate of holes in one. So with those percentages in mind, it was absolutely insane that I had a game go into a shootout where both myself and my opponent hit a hole in one in a shootout and we had to another one. Going back to the numbers, that’s about a 0.014% chance of it happening.

My boy Blue (reference intended) choked his second shootout shot and I won, but even then I felt bad for him.