Telly finds Gordon practicing outside for a game of golf he is going to play with Alan. When Telly learns how golf is played, he decides that if Gordon really wants to practice he should do it as if he were on a real golf course. When Gordon tells him a real golf course can have hills in it, Telly thinks of a way to make hills. After considering using a turkey sandwich, which would be too flat, or a basketball, which might roll away, he finally comes up with the idea of using pillows. When Gordon tells him a real golf course can have water hazards, Telly decides to borrow Bert and Ernie's wading pool. When Gordon tells him there could be sand traps, Telly asks two children to bring over some buckets of sand. Gordon diligently practices under all these conditions when Alan arrives and says that, according to the weather report, it is going to be really windy. Telly has the solution- a large fan. By now a crowd has gathered to cheer Gordon on, and the ball goes in! Thanks to Telly, Gordon is definitely ready for a real round of golf on a real golf course! EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE: Cognitive Reasoning.