Here’s a sneak preview of a change we’re making to the GoKart wheels.
To make best use of our famous furiously frisky motor, we’ll be bringing out a grippier wheel (more…)Add a comment 184 Comments Tweet
… and black. New look battery cover.
We sometimes get asked for a slightly less hyperactive look for the GoKart. Well, we always listen to what people say, and we’ve come up with a black battery option. We think it looks pretty good, and are wishing we’d done it before, but here it is now. (more…)Add a comment 23 Comments Tweet
Padraig walks away with another major. Or maybe ‘staggers away’ would be the correct phrase – look at the size of that trophy. And poor old Sergio, so close and yet so blooming far. But European golf is riding high, and we can get all excited for the Ryder Cup next! We’ll have a fresh competition linked in with that.
The winner of the GoKart from the USPGA predictions was Lynda P. from Bath, who triumphed in style – not just predicting Padraig’s win, but also getting the score spot on at three under. We’ve asked her nicely if she’ll choose our lottery numbers.Add a comment 1 Comment Tweet
…about your favourite courses? Maybe it’s your home club or just somewhere you play whenever you get the chance. Maybe it’s their bacon sarnies, or the way the long shadows hit the contours on the eighteenth fairway late on a summer evening if you want to be more poetic…
We’re lucky in that the game can be so varied, we’re not stuck on a pitch or a court that’s a certain size. (more…)Add a comment 7 Comments Tweet
Our next installment in the tale of Tom Cox’s year as a Pro.
Potted history so far; was promising junior and gave it up (see, or rather read, ‘Nice Jumper’, also by Mr. Cox which describes this particular era) – and at the ancient age of thirty decided to give it another whirl. The swing remained the same (ish) and he, in this extract, has recently turned Pro and is a little bemused by the ease of the transition. He seeks technical support. (more…)
Here’s a bit of news about a work in progress.
We’re in the process of redesigning our front bag support/mud-guard. In the past, some customers have had problems with a build up of claggy mud (is claggy a word? Well you know what we mean) You know, the stuff that sticks to your golf shoes too and makes you finish the round several inches taller. (more…)Add a comment 150 Comments Tweet