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05 may 2011 08:17pm
05 May 2011 08:17pm
I was blind but now I see! My golf balls that is. For the first time in 20 years, I can see the flight of my pink Chromax ball (also in silver). I could see it on the ground in the distance, usually in the fairway but on occasion in the rough and even, alas, once in the murky water. Previously colored or crystallized balls never really performed the visibility trick but Chromax figured it out. Nothing dulls the game like ball searching, especially when it seemed like a good shot. Not searching speeds play and these balls you can see all day. Check them out at chromax.com.
14 Apr 2011 04:19pm
Living in my Sandbagger sandals and absolutely loving them, the Thailand courses proved the sandals’ worth with one exception, where they made exception to sandals, any sandals, golf sandals or not. Fortunately I had a pair of Sandbagger shoes in the luggage on the tour bus in the back and on the bottom of the pile of course. The young Thai lad porter was in his boxers wondering my intent for returning and it was a bit embarrassing, but I was happy to respect their standards. Eight courses in ten days, all with attentive little Thai caddies in professional bright colored suits, bowing their greeting – Savadeekah was so great, I would have worn combat boots if required.
have the only supportive golf sandals I have tried and cute shoes too.
What Was The Most Enjoyable Golf TripYou Ever Took?
14 Apr 2011 04:06pm
Our favorite is always the last one we took because all golf trips are great. We are finally jsut recovered from the jetlag of Thailand, a 20 hour flight but well worth it. We played 8 courses with wonderful caddies and then we played with the elephants. It is a country rich in natural beauty, gold laden palaces and a great deal economically when you can stay at 5 star resorts for $150 per night. Plus the food is wonderful. Golfasian.com has all the expertise to plan a customized package. Couple of travelers
Feel like a king and queen in the kingdom of Golf
25 Mar 2011 01:36am
Thailand offers the royal treatment on and off the fairways. Smiling uniformed caddies greet golfers at every course and cater to every need during the round. After golf, a traditional Thai massage is professional and cheap, working out the kinks from the links. An evening river cruise is as magical as any Disney show. We flew through Tokyo after their earthquake and here in Thailand one shook last night but on we go to the next course, unshaken, undaunted, nothing will keep us from our appointed rounds. Have you experienced Bangkok or other Thai destinations?
18 Mar 2011 02:28am
Chi Chi Rodriguez shares a joke, Robert Trent Jones II shares his poetry and golf architectural philosophies. Photos with Miss Universe and more stars. Death Valley surprised us with its other worldly geological panoramas and gastronomical delights while Puerto Rico delivered dream scenes on a wonderful whirlwind trip. Now on to Thailand via Tokyo, hoping it is not our last sayanara! Would you bail out? Details forthcoming from America’s Golfing Couple – as dubbed by Mike Bailey, fellow golf travel writer.
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Voodoo or Voila, it works?
01 Mar 2011 02:27am
Any luck using bands? First there was copper, then magnets, ions and now holograms with the frequency of the earth. Rickie Fowler is endorsing Trionz and when asked how it worked, he joked, "I grew 3 inches".
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