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Golf

— Architecture

Copper huts proposed for Canadian golf resort will "disappear" over time

By - February 15, 2015 16 Pictures
Canadian architectural studio MU has proposed the construction of approximately 50 triangular luxury huts as part of the Bigwin Island development in Lake of Bays, Ontario, Canada. The "Giants of Bigwin" competition entry features a collection of private retreats dedicated to guests of the esteemed Bigwin Golf Club. Measuring between 1,200 and 1,500 square feet (111 and 140 sqm), the huts are designed to eventually blend into their leafy surrounds. Read More

EasyPal golf cart folds up with a push of a button

Unless you carry your clubs around yourself, a round of golf is often bookended with a clumsy assemblage and dismantling of a buggy's wheels, handles and axles. But for California-based GolferPal, this isn't the most ideal way to warm up or warm down – so the company has created a motorized golf buggy that does the work for you.

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— Sports

Internet-connected InPutter helps you work on your short game

By - November 23, 2014 12 Pictures
Though technology is now finding its way into sports of all kinds, few have proved a hotbed of innovation like the game of golf. You could put it down to its immense global popularity, or perhaps its infuriatingly low margin for error, but man's inability to put the ball in the hole has inspired GPS-enabled virtual caddies, sensor-laden gloves and gyroscopic golf clubs. The InPutter is the latest of such devices to cross our desk, promising to lower your score by reshaping your short game. Read More

118 mph golf cart claims new world speed record

Playing a round of golf can take a good few hours, not least because of the time taken to walk between shots. Using a golf cart can speed things up, of course, especially if it goes 118 mph (190 km/h). That's the speed Plum Quick Motors says one of its high speed golf carts has hit to claim a new world record. Read More
— Sports

Review: GolfBuddy PT4 handheld GPS

By - November 6, 2014 5 Pictures
Gone are the days when judging the distance to the green involved looking about for a 150-yard marker, squinting down the fairway and saying "that's about an 8 iron." Technology has transformed the game of golf, not just in terms of carbon fiber shafts and remote control carts, but also in navigating your way around the course. One of the latest GPS navigation devices to hit the market is the GolfBuddy PT4. We headed out onto the links to see how it performs. Read More
— Automotive

VW Golf Alltrack to debut at Paris Motor Show

By - September 25, 2014 6 Pictures
The Volkswagen Golf is something of a sensible urban classic that few would regard as having any offroad credentials. That image may soon change as VW prepares the Golf Alltrack for its World premiere at the Paris Motor Show next month. Just as the Passat Alltrack took the Passat into off-roading, the Golf Alltrack is designed to do the same for the Golf by adding all-wheel drive, a new selection of engines and new body styling. Read More
— Sports

DV8's interchangeable head system puts a full set of golf clubs in a backpack

By - June 11, 2014 5 Pictures
Golf is a wonderful game, but it does come with a major drawback – the bulk and weight of the clubs required to play. If you're traversing the course on foot, there's no way to carry a bag filled with golf clubs easily. A new product from DV8 Sports aims to make a round of golf a little less laborious by offering a system that allows a full set of clubs to be carried around in a bag the size of an average backpack. Read More
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