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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Try ebay for the floater; it won't sink at all. Eidolon does make some fine wedges, huh? I have a new set in my bag this year, from a local lifestyle company called Bad Ass Golf (I kid you not.) They have been stellar in the dome this winter.
02/18/06 @ 14:58
Comment from: jon [Visitor]
Costco usually has a good deal on decent titleist golf balls: $30 for 2 dozen.
02/19/06 @ 13:22
Comment from: jon [Visitor]
P.S. Mr. Christianson. Is nothing sacred to you? In the Dire Straits song you bastadized, it is "money for nothing and sex for free." I shudder to think that you are equating sex with golf balls. LOL
02/19/06 @ 13:38
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Member] Email

The actual line is: "...money for nothing and your chicks for free."

It's obviously a song about poultry. Poultry lay eggs. Eggs are white and semi-round. The connection to golf balls is obvious.
02/19/06 @ 13:45
Comment from: Mike [Visitor]
Try knetgolf.com
there was an article on here a few weeks back about them.
02/19/06 @ 14:57
Comment from: jon [Visitor]
I stand corrected. It's been years since I listened to that song. A very catchy line. Agreed that it was about poultry eggs.
02/19/06 @ 15:07
Comment from: Leon [Visitor]
Ahem ... those of you old enuf to remember the debut of the now-wildy-popular genre, the "music video", and the cable TV explosion that enabled it's birth, on the then-radically different channel MTV, will possibly recall that song's computerized animation ... and the shots of actual camera footage of real musicians playing on the tv while the delivery hunks earned their pay ... nothing in there about poultry ... it was groupies boinking the bandmembers' members backstage during the obligatory 15-minute "bathroom" breaks for all but one guy, who had his nightly solo onstage in the meanwhile ... then a couple songs later another guy would stay while the rest went back for another undressing room romp, having had time to recharge the libido batteries ...
02/21/06 @ 16:56
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Member] Email

And the video usually played right after "Money For Nothing" was for Black Sabbath's song titled "I Am Irony Man."

Too funny...!

02/21/06 @ 18:40
Comment from: Marconi [Visitor]
Why not try recycled golf balls. 1/2 the price, same performance?

There are a few companies out there selling those.
09/22/08 @ 15:41

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