It takes a certain mojo to pull off the use of this golf invention. Perhaps Charles Barkley could do it, but few others need try.
The drawings come from a patent application that published this week as US Pub. No A golf caddie device is disclosed that is designed for carrying golf equipment. The golf caddie device comprises a support rod having a spike and an ergonomically shaped handle. The golf caddie device also comprises a ball holder, a first cylinder comprising up to five openings for retaining golf clubs, and a second cylinder comprising up to five openings for retaining golf club shafts. Golf clubs are inserted into the golf caddie device by inserting the shaft part of the golf club through one of the first cylinder openings and into one of the openings of the second cylinder, thus, retaining the golf clubs within the golf caddie device.
Golfers are crazy!
David Dawsey – Keeping an Eye on Golf Inventions