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The Eject-A-Putt, sometimes known as the pop-a-putt is perfect for those scratch golfers. I used this one time on Tiger Woods and he ended up with an 89. And that was just on the 14th hole. Sucker.
I’m pretty sure that’s been the worst thing that’s ever happened to him.
2. Golf Ball Printer
These golf ball printers are pretty awesome. Not only because you can put your company logo on your golf ball (which is awesome), but also because you can put a picture of your ex-girlfriends face on it. And honestly, I don’t know how it works but I get at least an extra 20 to 30 yards on every drive.
3. Sports Themed Golf Balls
There’s nothing more confusing than playing golf with a golf ball that looks like a baseball.
Unless it’s golf with tuna.
4. The Floating Golf Ball
The floating golf ball always comes in handy. I personally like to use the floating golf ball while wearing my floating golf shoes – just to see the looks on people’s faces. Priceless.
Chriss Angel eat your heart out.
5. Golf Ball Ice Cubes
Puting some icy balls in your cup while you are out on the course is the proper thing to do. Especially when ordering a round for everyone else, with this tray you’ll have some icy balls to spare.
But what’s even more fun is actually using these as golf balls and beating the stink out of them at the driving range. Now that sounds like a good idea. See you in a few hours!
Update: Bad idea. Got ice shrapnel in my face. Better stick to the drink.
6. The Remote Control Golf Ball
You need to be careful with this one. The remote control golf ball can actually really scare some people. An old man I was paired up with on the course thought his ball was possessed and ran away. Needless to say I chased after him with the golf ball all the way to the club house. But I kind of felt bad later when he died.
7. Schwetty Balls
Everyone will want to touch, feel, or hold your Schwetty Balls once they see them. These are the perfect pair of golfer’s balls of choice. Here are some features:
- Conforms with U.S.G.A and R & A Rules.
- Cut proof Du-Pont Lithium Surlyn Cover
- Titanium Mix Core
- Dimple Count: 396
- Trajectory: Mid-High
- As an added bonus, they fit perfectly in any golfers sack
8. Golfer’s Door Stop
Everyone stop! Golfer time.
These door stops for golfers are pretty cool. Not only do they hold a door open, they are the perfect practice target for the office. I actually think they would go perfectly with the office grass patch (an office necessity).
9. Off the Course Golfer’s Umbrella
This golfer’s umbrella was originally made for MOMA (the Museum of Modern Art). It’s made of steel, fiberglass, polyester, and rubber. It doesn’t really work as a golf club, but it works as an awesome umbrella.
Just don’t use it during a lightning storm.
Made of steel, fiberglass, polyester, and rubber and measures 44 inches in span and 41 inches long.
10. In The Rough Golf Ball Soap
This golf soap isn’t as famous as soap on a rope, but it’s pretty awesome none the less. Once you are finished using it as soap, it ends up being a golf ball. Genius!
Finally a clever way to clean up the sport. Thanks Tiger.
Each ‘In The Rough’ bar of soap includes 4 oz of skin soothing glycerine soap.
Sounds non-toxic to me!
11. The Golf Bag Alarm System
This is the alarm system that alerts you when your golf bag is tampered with or moved. The system consists of a motion sensing radio transmitter disguised as a golf ball and a key fob radio receiver.
Just put the ball in the bag and take the fob with you. The ball stays silent until it’s moved. And then look out!
I like this idea. The punks on the public courses these days just can’t be trusted. And personally, I wouldn’t trust any one with my balls.
12. Gyroscopic Golf Trainer
This golf club uses some crazy technology, it’s a complicated one. So I’ll simplify. It has a gyroscope in it that forces you to feel what it’s like to have the correct swing.
The 20,000 rpm gyroscope’s brass flywheel is aligned with the club face, actively resisting any motion that takes it out of plane with your body as you make the motion of striking a ball. The club encourages smooth takeaways and proper wrist alignment during backswings and helps you to drop your hands and club into the slot during downswings.
Unfortunately you can’t take this bad boy on the course. It can’t be used with a ball, it’s just for practice. But once you get the swing of things you’ll be a pro in no time!
And by no time I mean never.