23 March 2011


    The next time you hit a drive down the middle of the fairway and end up in a divot, or, the next time you hit a shot onto the green and are left behind an unrepaired ball mark, think about where you are in terms of golfing karma. Some golfers do NOT bother to fix their ballmarks or replace their divots. If you are one of them, then you deserve every bad lie and break you get. If you are a "good" golfer, and still get "unlucky," then, every chance you get, remind every golfer you play with, to FIX THEIR DAMAGE ON THE COURSE. Bad course conditions are the sum total of all who neglect their courses. And remember that, some day, good karma will reward those who deserve it.

    1 comment:

    Jucad Trolley said...

    A golf ball like a flash flashing when struck with a club. That night golf balls to give a red flash (7.2 flashes per second) in about 5-6 minutes after being struck. The advantage of this ball is that it is easy to find, has the feel of a regulation golf ball and can be used again and again. The disadvantage is that it is recommended that players wear two of these golf balls each night to keep moving piece. In addition, the stroboscopic effect of the golf ball at night to be activated for about 40 hours of use. So, finally, their use expire.