Perfect for spring golf!Apr 3rd, 2009 | By Editor | Category: Golf accessories, In The Hole!
So, have you had a chance to sneak out for a round yet this spring?
If you have — and if you’re not in the southwest — chances are the course was a little wet.
And that means . . . muddy balls! Fortunately, many courses enact “local rules” for this time of year: you’re allowed to mark, lift, clean, and replace your ball if it picks up mud.
And it gets even better. A new little company called Rule Golf has designed a nifty little 9-inch towel just for ball cleaning.
It’s called ruletwentyone — named after the ball cleaning section in the Rules of Golf, naturally.
The towel’s business end is made of hyper-absorbent bamboo terry cloth. Being bamboo, it’s eco-friendly and anti-microbial — and the fibers’ performance improve with each wash.
What’s really different about this towel, though, is the waterproof exterior and the handle that you tuck into your back pocket like a glove. Voila: you can dampen the towel, but your pocket will stay dry.
Of course, the ruletwentyone towel isn’t just for playing winter rules golf. You can use it all year round — it would come in handy on the putting green, we’re thinking.
So even when the northern courses have refilled their ball washers, you’ll have the tool you need to keep your ball clean with you everywhere on the course!
Look for the ruletwentyone towel in resorts and pro shops, or visit www.ruletwentyone.com.