Filmmaker Devin Graham and Cinechopper got together to perform some cool trick shots using drones. Cinechopper customized the drones to carry and drop bowling balls, which allowed them to do some stuff in a bowling alley and much more.
Then they took the drones outside to do things like drop basketballs through hoops, catch wiffle balls with a net, and even destroy a snowman.
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.
Not satisfied with taking all of our other jobs, robots now want to put pro golfers out of business. Watch this derpy robot’s face as the crowd cheers. I can’t tell if it’s satisfied or just a bit touched in its robot head.
This robot is called LDRIC (Launch Directional Robot Intelligent Circuitry).
Dual Divisions gave golfing a pretty heavy dose of geekery with its modded Back to the Future-themed golf cart. Red Deer College commissioned the cart for its 30th annual golf tournament, thereby commissioning it for all its annual golf tournaments.
Dual Divisions fabricated the DeLorean-style front end as well as the side and rear panels out of metal.
While swords are the weapon of choice on Game of Thrones, there’s another item that could be just as deadly – and more fun on the weekends – the good old golf club. With this in mind, the guys over at Direct Golf put together this awesome take on the Iron Throne, made from golf irons and a few drivers.
They worked with the builders at Dead Beats Create to assemble 300 spare clubs onto a wood and metal structure to make the throne, which measures about 6 feet tall at its highest point.
Golf… the final frontier, these are the voyages of the golf cart Enterprise. I’m not a fan of golf mostly because I can’t even play Putt-Putt without getting beat by my kids. If you are a big golf fan, and happen to be a Trekkie too, you need these Star Trek golf club covers.
The Tumbler golf cart that was commissioned by a Warner Bros. Studio employee can now be yours, as long as you have some Wayne Foundation cash to spend. Made in 2010 by Marc’s Creature Company, the golf cart has a 500A controller, a 6hp electric motor and is limited to a top speed of 36mph.
I can’t play real golf at all and can barely play mini golf, but golf games aren’t that bad. If you are a fan of golf games, you might be interested in the new game coming early next month to Nintendo 3DS and 2DS handhelds.
Too lazy to carry your clubs, but not so lazy that you want to take a cart? The X9 Follow is a Bluetooth-connected electric golf trolley designed and created by Stewart Golf. It is a compact and foldable trolley, that unfolds in one smooth movement.
Do you want to play Mario Golf? Or do you really want to play Mario golf? For roughly $500 (USD), you can play Mario golf on the actual green, by toting this officially licensed golf bag around the green.
EA Sports has announced that it and Tiger Woods have mutually agreed to end their partnership on golfing video games. At the same time, the company has announced that it will be continuing to make golf video games and its partnership with the PGA will continue.
As the old adage goes, “practice makes perfect.” I had a coach in high school that was fond of a different adage it went something like “perfect practice makes perfect”, because if you practice something incorrectly, you’ll learn it incorrectly.