In the sport of curling, granite rocks are slid down the ice with the help of either a broom or delivery aid to maintain one's balance. Many years ago, corn brooms were used exclusively for this purpose. Being both a curler and a wood turner, I have combined the old with the new. This is a corn broom delivery aid. The handle is walnut, the supporting structure is East Indian Rosewood and Chinese Elm. After turning the handle, I have a broom maker apply the corn. I then turn a tripod structure, drill and assemble. Stainless steel gliders on the tripod ensure effortless gliding. An extremely sharp Forstner bit is required to drill the turned pieces, while the broom handle diameter must be uniform and accurate to ensure a tight fit. I typically apply 4 coats of wipe-on Poly to these.