Some most unattractive losers at the PGA Show
Stink-A-Way is a super absorbent shoe pod. I need say nothing more.
Bad Golf Pants, from Loud Mouth Golf. Golfers dress badly enough as it is. Don’t encourage them.
“Divot,” the world’s greatest golf clown. I thought that was Charles Barkley.
The Massage insole that’s supposed to prevent all sorts of pain to your lower extremeties. This one is on the list because of the overly aggressive salespeople at their booth. “Hey, what shoe size do you wear!” the woman yelled at me.
When I meekly submitted and tried one on, she said: “You have to have it. It’s not an option.”
Well, yes it is. It felt like I was walking on a baggie filled with vanilla pudding.
There are a variety of gizmos designed to help prevent lost clubs. One company offers sensors attached to the end of clubs. Another involves a computer system installed in your golf bag that keeps track of all your clubs – it beeps when it senses there aren’t enough clubs in your bag. These things can cost more than having to replace lost clubs.
The Stick is, well, a stick. What you do with it, see, is you stick it in the ground. Once stuck, you can do all sorts of things, like lean stuff against it. Not sure why you have to buy something like this, when most golf courses have sticks lying around in the rough.
The “Ultimate golf tool” performs nine functions, including drying your cigar. I submit that if you want to buy a tool for drying your cigar, you are in excess of disposable income.
Biodegradable golf tees from Eco Golf. It takes a year for them to break down. This will just encourage golfers to leave tees lying around and provide them the illusion they’re environmentalists.
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