Thousands, and some say hundreds of thousands! An answer more specific is unfortunately impossible without going to Loch Ness and surveying the entire bottom yourself, but there are certainly enough in there to play 18 underwater holes. For more info, check this link out, and the links in the citations below: http://planetgreen.discovery.com/travel-outdoors/loch-ness-golf-balls.html
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