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Golf Australia Express : Issue 4
CHIP OFF THE OLD ROCK Spuds (or potatoes as their commonly known) are a great source of carbohydrates. They’re actually pretty healthy—check it out on Wikipedia. More importantly they’re an inexpensive substitute for pricey golf balls and are great for those tricky chips. Basically we just wanted to tie in a cheap gag here based on Irish stereotypes. Not so sure to be sure it worked all that well... $3 per kilo; prettymuchanywhere.com MERRY TOWELLING So you’re playing on a wet, muddy track and you’re having trouble keeping your balls clean. Never fear, an officially-licensed (seriously) Guinness golf towel is here. Not as good as the real thing, but certainly helpful for those spills at the 19th. $19; guinnesswebstore.com PICTURE THIS Playing on a links course—which is golf the way it should be played—is every golfer’s dream. But among serious golfers, there’s also controversy. What constitutes a true links course? How many of the world’s 30,000 golf courses are links? Which country has the most? Is it possible to build one today? $40; amazon.com WHAT TO BUY FOR THE GOLFER IN YOUR FAMILY GIFT THE LUCKY CHARMER This leprechaun driver head cover could well add that element of luck you’re dying to get your hands on for years. But it probably won’t. Made from soft, quality, sherpa-like lining, it’s been specifically tailored to protect your clubs from damage. $25; qualitygolf.com.au TWIDDILY DEE... HARP ON IT If you’re Irish-obsessed then you’ll no doubt want to get your hand on these green iron and putter head covers. With shamrocks and harps patterned all over, you’ll certainly brighten the look of your bag while protecting your clubs with these soft covers. qualitygolf.com.au These Irish-themed items are sure to give you a touch of Emerald Isle luck.