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Port Arthur, Texas: Distorted Golf Ball Water Tower

A spheroid-shape water tower has been painted to look like a golf ball, though not one that would inspire confidence in golf ball quality control.

Address:
Rodeo Lane, Port Arthur, TX
Directions:
Take Hwy 82 across the bridge, onto the island. Turn right at the end of the bridge and drive north about 2.5 miles. The tower will be on the left.
Admission:
Free
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Golf ball water tower.

Golf Ball Water Tower

A water tower has been painted to look like a golf ball. Fairly obvious symbol that a golf course is nearby. Sure enough, it can be found welcoming visitors to the Pleasure Island Golf Course.

[Irwin, 03/24/2013]

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