A golfer simply traces a chosen logo or design onto the ball with a fine-point Sharpie pen.
Whether in the office of his Easley production facility or stepping up to the tee at a local driving range, Hackenberg exudes passion for his product, which he calls “the Holy Grail of learning an athletic motion.”
More than 80,000 other golfers around the world have agreed since Hackenberg introduced the Orange Whip in January 2008.
I prefer to walk, and know a lot of other people who prefer to walk,’’ said Lee, an avid golfer who is chief executive and chief designer at Wakefield-based FTR Systems Inc., which this week launched the CaddyTrek – an electronic caddy built with robotic technology – at the PGA Expo in Las Vegas.
The Less Than Perfect Golfers Association is a group of a golfers who decided that it was time for an association of those who realize that the game of golf is supposed to be fun and a way to relax!
Putt-putt golf into the afterlife!
Steve Pitts is stepping up, working hand-in-hand with local golf course owners to save their game.
Bubba’s craft appears to be very real, a modified version of an actual hovercraft that’s manufactured for both personal and professional purposes.
The VozTee is a high-tech, interactive golf training and practice device that is also fun to use.
In his 30s, he discovered golf.
Graves, inventor of the Double Duty: Divot Repair Putter, is now producing long putters with the unique and useful clubhead that doubles as a tool to fix ball marks on greens.