Equipping myself to be the Batman of golf: Amphibian Towel
This summer, my golf game has gone straight to the dogs, and the dogs proceeded to tear it apart and pee on the bits they didn’t devour.
But am I going to let it get me down?
Well, yes, actually. I’m quite miserable.
However, as I struggle to regain the form of a couple years ago, I’ve committed myself to creating the golf-bag equivalent of Batman’s utility belt. In it, I am trying to stock every possible golfing gadget, gizmo, and gewgaw in an attempt to make me useful on the course (as it is a sure thing that my terrible game won’t be much fun out there).
The first addition to my bag was the engineering wonder that is the Nike SQ Dymo Str8-FIT driver, complete with adjustable clubhead and “Batwrench.”
Next, the terribly clever Amphibian Towel ($25, FroggerGolf.com), which is two towels in one. The towel is in essence folded over itself, and the inside and outside are made of two different materials. The inside is 100% bamboo-fiber terry, and the outside cotton jacquard. Between the two is a waterproof layer.
The purpose of all this textile technology is to allow you to wet the inside on dry days, while the outside layer stays dry. On wet days, leave the inside layer dry and let the rain wet the outside layer. Two towels for the price of one!
Best of all, the bamboo material on the inside is resistant to mildew and fungus, just in case you forget to let it air out before burying it in your hot car trunk. (Though I’d recommend a thorough airing-out after each round.)
Holy club-care, Batman!
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