Ruletwentyone: A new golf towel that's not all wet
I’ve never been one of those golfers who carries a wet towel to the green.
My putting has never been that exact. If there’s mud or sand on the ball, I just rub it off on the green (or my sock) and get on with my three-putting.
But I’ve changed my ways. I’m a convert. A towel travels with me wherever my ball goes. The reason?
The Ruletwentyone golf towel. It’s cool. It’s convenient. Most important, it works. The new towel, created by Joe Borgenicht, the founder and CEO of rulegolf, is named after Rule 21: ‘Cleaning your ball’ from the official Rules of Golf.
The new towel’s first impression is universal among golfers who see it. It looks like a stubby version of a tie that fits comfortably in your back pocket.
That’s a big plus for me. I hate having to fetch a towel off the ground after every hole. I’ve got a bad back already. I don’t need to be bending down to pick one up. That’s why I never bring a towel to the green and why the Ruletwentyone towel works for me.
You just stuff it back in your pocket when your done with it. The exterior of the Ruletwentyone towel is a waterproof shell, so your pants don’t get wet. The inside material, a bamboo terry, holds enough water to keep your ball or clubface squeaky clean with a quick rubdown. I can’t promise you’ll make more putts with the towel’s cleaning power, but the possibility exists.
The towels come in multiple colors, so it’s fashionable as well. Available at www.ruletwentyone.com, the towel costs a mere $10, much less than those gaudy towels that hang on your golf bag, useless and unused most of the time.
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