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Golf ball-shaped speakers

Posted in Speakers by Conner Flynn on December 7th, 2010

Golfers will love these Golf Ball Speakers. They are called ‘Shinekkusuinfotekku’ and will look good on any golfer’s desk. It has a diameter of 42.5 mm and weighs just 25 grams. It also comes with a stand so it won’t roll around everywhere.

That’s not all. It comes with voice messages from Japanese comedian Serizawa and the battery is rechargeable and provides up to six hours of continuous play on a full charge. It can also be charged using USB.

V-Swing is a camcorder for golfers

Posted in Golf by Conner Flynn on July 28th, 2010

Golfers can use the V-Swing camcorder to capture their swing on camera. The gooseneck-mounted camera can be bent every which way while still offering a rotation of up to 270 degrees. When used with a 170 degree wide angle lens, you can capture your swing with the V-Swing attached to your golf cart or bag.

Now you can even analyze that swing in slow motion with high speed frame rate capability. See if it’s as good as you think. Other features include 60MB of built-in memory, an SDHC memory card slot and a rechargeable lithium polymer battery good for about 5 hours.

Electronic Drink Caddie for Golfers

Posted in Golf by Conner Flynn on January 24th, 2010

I can’t think of a single game that will make old men thirsty more than Golf. All of that hitting a ball, getting into a go-cart and hitting it again while talking on your bluetooth device is bound to take a lot out of you. So this electronic drink caddie is perfect to bring along.

Maybe you can fill it with Ensure. Great way to quench your thirst on the golf course, right from your golf bag. It looks like a real club head and shaft and features an insulated cooler that sits in the side compartment of your golf bag.

Nice Cup In Bra doubles as a golf putting mat

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on November 11th, 2009

Nice Cup In Bra doubles as a golf putting matGolfers would like nothing better than to combine their sport with boobs, somehow. But that’s a tall order for a sport like golf. Thankfully for golfers lingerie maker Triumph International Japan has unveiled a new concept bra designed to appeal to female golfing enthusiasts. And men who want to get them topless.

It’s called the “Nice Cup In Bra,” and consists of a grass-green top that, when removed, unfolds into a 1.5-meter-long putting mat. The user can then sink a putt into one of the cups, when a built-in speaker will exclaim “Nice shot.”

The Potty Putter

Posted in Golf by Conner Flynn on June 21st, 2009

Potty PutterYes, Potty Putter makes it okay to play a game of miniature golf with your pants around your ankles, while on the john. All I can say is, if you need so much practice that you have to putt while taking a dump, you should probably find another hobby.

I guess the restroom isn’t so restful anymore. After you’ve made your deposit, you may as well go full out and pee in the Uroclub. You’ll get the Putting green, 2 golf balls, Flag stick, Putter and a “Do Not Disturb” sign for your practice sessions.

Golf Ball USB Drive

Posted in USB Flash Drives by Conner Flynn on June 21st, 2009

Golf Ball USB DriveFew people play with more balls than Golfers. And Golfers love them some accessories that look just like the balls they play with. While I can’t tell you which company makes the biggest or smoothest, or most dimpled balls, I can tell you that this golf ball is a flash drive.

This 1GB Golf ball USB Drive looks just like a real golf ball. Only smaller. It’s about half the size. Golfers will love it. While professional Golfers will hate it as it just reminds them of their day job.

iPhone gets GolfShot app

Posted in Apple by Shane McGlaun on May 21st, 2009

golfshot-sbThe Apple App Store is so massive that there are apps for just about everything an iPhone owner might want to do. If you want to lose weight, there is an app for that. If you want to keep in touch with friends there are apps for that and many other needs.

Golfers have a new app that can help them analyze their golf game just like the pros would. The application is called Golfshot and generates tour quality statistics for golfers to share. Among the stats that the application graphs are fairways hit or missed left and right, greens in regulation, recovery scrambling, sand saves, putts per hole and per GIR, scoring averages on par 3, 4, and 5 holes, and scoring percentages.

The UroClub commercial

Posted in Golf by Conner Flynn on March 12th, 2009


We told you about the UroClub last year. It’s the golf club that you pee in. And now, there’s a commercial showing it off. It’s pretty easy to use. Just screw cap off, relieve yourself, then screw cap on again. Hopefully you didn’t make a mess.

The video is about what you would expect. It shows one guy peeing in the trees, making some rather odd motions and I quote: “The UroClub comes with a towel and appears that you’re just checking out your club.”. Then at some point three old guys are peeing in the trees and giving each others junk a look or two.

Gyroswing Golf Club keeps your swing on target

Posted in Golf by Conner Flynn on December 11th, 2008

Gyroswing Golf Club keeps your swing on targetGyroscopes are awesome. They keep us upright on Segways, let us shake apps on our iPhones, and play boxing on the Wii. Now they will help you get that perfect golf swing. The Gyro Swing, by golf outfitter SKLZ features a gyroscope in the club head that helps your swing stay balanced and on course, giving the golfer a sense of stability and a perfectly timed swing.

If your stroke falls out of line, the club offers gentle resistant to guide you back to where the club should be. Is it cheating? Sure, but who cares. You’ve been getting your butt kicked long enough. For $200, you can be the man. The man in plaid, cheating, hoping to get the respect of other golfing old-farts who could care less and are also likely cheating.

PowerPutt Mini Golf arcade game tees off

Posted in Games by Shane McGlaun on October 30th, 2008

PowerPuttI’ve never played a round of real golf, but I play mini golf with my kids quite frequently. The embarrassing part about mini golf with my kids is that my son usually beats me. It’s tough on the ego to be trounced by a 7-year-old, even if he is like a mini golf Tiger Woods with three hole in one shots per game.

I can still beat my son in video games though and if I can find PowerPutt in a local arcade the tournament is on. PowerPutt comes from the company that developed Golden Tee and offers good graphics with the same sort of controls used by Golden Tee.

GPS Golf Guru goes color

Posted in GPS by Shane McGlaun on September 30th, 2008

GPS GolfGuru ColorI have never understood the appeal of golfing myself and have never been to a real golf course. I take my kids to play put-put on occasion and typically, my 7-year-old beats me. As close as I care to get to a real game of golf is on the Wii.

For those of you who like real golfing, a new GPS tool is now better equipped to improve your game. The gadget is called the GPS Golf Guru Color Guru and offers a color GPS screen that is 320 x 240 pixels. The device stores information on 300 courses and up to 30 features per hole.

Limited edition gold putter for Golfer showoffs

Posted in Golf by Conner Flynn on September 26th, 2008

Limited edition gold putter for Golfer showoffsYou’re the king of the Golf course and you’ve got all the latest gear, including twenty pairs of awesome plaid pants. How do you take it to the next level and maintain your dominance over all the other rich old farts?

One way may be to pull a gold putter out of your bag and blind them with it. You are gold baby. So Golf with gold. It’s a putter dipped in 24 carat gold, the same way you were dipped in wealth as a baby. The finishing touch is the diamond-studded Sayn logo on the head of the putter. 32 diamonds dazzle and put others off their game. What a bargain at $4,400. After that you can work on pimping your Golf cart.

Stewart F1 Lithium: A sportscar for golf clubs

Posted in Golf by Conner Flynn on July 30th, 2008

Stewart F1 Lithium: A sportscar for golf clubs
Certain items have “mid-life crisis” and “cranky old fart with money” written all over them. This is one such item. The F1 Lithium is the latest over the top golf accessory for those who want to prowl the golf course in style. It collapses to a nice handy size, which is why this foldable caddy is named F1. F1 stands for ‘the folding one’.

It uses a custom made Li-Ion battery that’s capable of giving you enough energy for more than 36 holes of golf. An LCD screen at the rear will tell you how much battery life remains. It will cost you $5,000. But seriously, if you’re going to buy this, you can certainly upgrade the whole plaid look you have going on. Buy a more practical golf accessory like this.

UroClub: Golfing with a pee iron

Posted in Golf by Conner Flynn on June 9th, 2008

UroClub: Golfing with a Pee iron
We all know that Golf is a game for old men with weak bladders and young men who drink too much. It all adds up to a long day and alot of peeing in the rough. But if you want to be lazy about it, why bother leaving the green at all? Urologist Floyd Seskin went above and beyond the call of urine duty by making this possible. How you ask? It’s simple.

Just place a towel over your stuff and unscrew the cap of this club that looks like a 7-iron, and relieve yourself as fast as you can, so you don’t get caught. It will hold up to a half liter. Now, I’ve never measured my own homebrew so I have no idea how much to expect. I just know that it would suck to get a bunch of sprayback all over me. The upside of this fake iron is that it feels good to relieve yourself. The downside is that to everyone else it just looks like you’re going to town on a 7 iron behind a towel.

Swap shafts with the Callaway I-MIX Golf tool

Posted in Golf by Conner Flynn on June 5th, 2008

Swap shafts with the Callaway I-MIX Golf tool
I’m no Golfer, but this thing looks like it would come in very handy. The Callaway I-MIX system basically allows you to swap out different shafts and clubheads, letting you mix and match parts for your golf club so that you can more perfectly match the conditions of the course that you are playing.

You can begin with either a FT-5 or FT-I clubhead. After that you can choose from over 70 shafts from seven manufacturers. It’s up to you to make the perfect club. Included tool secures the shaft to the clubhead and supposedly you can do it in under 30 seconds. (If you’re the impatient type) You only have yourself to blame if your game sucks. You created the club.


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