Hole in One
Golf is hard. Keep your left arm straight, but not too straight. Bend your knees, but not too much. Turn your belt buckle away and then through the ball. Keep your eye on the ball the whole time while keeping your head down and making sure your feet are square and the ball is forward in your stance when driving and only breathe in during your upswing if it's the second Saturday of a month beginning in "J" and the moon is in its waning period. What's not difficult, however, is selling golf items and accessories. Here are a few items to help you up your game.
ain't no collar back girl
Two things we know about mandarin collars: No. 1, this women's polo has one and No. 2, it's probably not named for the villain from the Iron Man comics (though that'd be sweet 'cause dude has killer facial hair). Made from 100 percent polyester, the Women's Shadow Stripe Mandarin Collar Polo from Charles River Apparel is fitted and has moisture-wicking and antimicrobial features. For more information, visit www.charlesriverapparel.com.
empty your pockets
Having a pocket full of tees, ball markers and golf balls can throw off the balance of your swing. Let's go ahead and say you missed that 2' putt because the glove in your back pocket messed you up. The Golf Accessory Bag from Debco frees end-users' otherwise perfect swings from impediments-because it was stuff in their pockets messing them up all along. For more information, visit www.debcosolutions.com.
you are the champions, my friends
Having to use a ball marker or divot tool means that you most likely hit a beautiful seven-iron off the tee and right at the pin, and when that shot came screaming back to Earth, it left a mark. Now you set up your ball marker and let your less talented friends putt from miles away, while you stand there and tend the flag with your 3' birdie putt waiting for you. End-users will love every opportunity they have to use the Bent Metal Divot Tool with Ball Marker from Diversified-Adtee. Just make sure you sink the putt before you gloat too much. For more information, visit www.diversified-adtee.com.