Some of it is cute, some of it is humorous, some of it is clever, some of it is irrelevant and some of it is ... well ... well let you decide. And then well add our own wiseacre remarks.
What all the following products have in common is they are currently on display at the PGA Merchandise Show.
Theyre magic pants, he said Friday. Electric pants. Fun.
A pair of them will set you back $89. And the biggest seller to date is the Disco Balls model which comes in a white or a black background.
Comment: These are the only pants I've ever seen that should require the wearer to yell Fore when he puts them on.
The club has an internal tape loop that is set to deliver a phrase every time you swing it. Phrases like, What a slice, making sandwiches? Or Nice hook for fishing.
And no, the Gabby Golfer does not come in R- or X-rated versions.
Comment: Ewing said he wanted to bring the Gabby Golfer to a tryout for Golf Channels Fore Inventors Only show but the product was still in development at the time. People love it, Ewing said of his driver.
Comment: Not sure whats so rewarding about a ball that goes the same distance with every club. But, hey, entrepreneurial spirit is important in these times.
Comment: Maybe Cape Madras will expand to tennis. Wouldnt you love to see Rafael Nadal in madras Capris?
Comment: Hosiery? Not immediately known whether Gem-Dandies come in a thigh high.
Comment: When its cart paths only I want to see the ranger tough enough to tell a guy on a Harley to get his hog the hell off the fairway.
Comment: Best selling color is assumed to be olive.
Comment: No truth to industry rumors of an imminent merger between Golftini and Golfoholic (although it might not be a bad idea.)
Comment: Long live the chop.
Comment: Butch Harmon was unavailable for comment.
Comment: Sounded like a Vegas nightclub act at first.
Comment: Their timing was good this week since it was raining when the show closed Thursday and when it opened Friday. Am thinking Huey Lewis would be a great endorser of this product: Its Hip To Be Square.
Comment: But is it big enough to wrap around your waist if the doorbell rings while youre in the shower?
Comment: This is my favorite by far: An insured hat with a users manual. Are you kidding me? Wonder if that covers acts of God, like a big wind.
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