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This 200 Horsepower Jetpack Will Replace Your Golf Cart

by Conner Flynn
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So you’re on the golf course, hitting the ball into the hole, then getting into your golf cart to travel to the next one. Or worse yet, you’re walking with a cart. Either way, it can take a while to get to the next hole. What you need is a jetpack like this one to shave some time from the game.

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After tooling around in his golf cart hovercraft a couple of years back, pro golfer Bubba Watson has reteamed with Oakley to test drive what is likely the world’s first flying golf cart. The flying pack is powered by a 200 horsepower engine that drives two ducted fans. It has a top speed of 50 mph in the air. This will make your golf game not take all day, and gives flyers an overview of the course from the air too.

Add a little platform and maybe you could swing from in the air and create a whole new golf game. Sadly, I doubt they will be releasing a commercial version of this.

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[via Techeblog]

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