We should not be picking up broken plastic tees, and here is why (this especially for Julie since she quoted Mr. Carlin earlier):Myself as well...
Wooden. (I do hope you're picking up your broken plastic tees...right?)
Actually, he is now . . . .specifically he is being recycled as we speak (I am going on the assumption that he was not cremated, but very likely, he was).(Surely I needn't explain why Carlin is not an environmentalist, right?)
Not heard of it, I'd be curious to know!.... and there's subcategories of wooden tees. There's an Australian company which makes wooden tees out of bamboo. It claims (1) they don't break as much because will bend more with the club strike. (2) they're environmentally friendly b/c they breakdown over time (after use).
As expected they're a bit more expensive than the cheap wooden tees we buy that used to be a sensitive rain forest somewhere.
Does anyone know of anything like this in the U.S.?
Not a bad idea because we just received two lines of clothing that are based on this.Not heard of it, I'd be curious to know!
Hey Josh - an environmentally friendly golf column, with reviews?
Wooden tees for me, and only white or natural. Bought a bag of the super long ones, but just broke one everytime so now I use the medium length for the driver and broken ones for the fairway woods and irons.Whoops. Brad, one thing I forgot to mention is that the higher end line with the sale is for ladies clothes only.
Oh, face it--I'm just perfect (occasional typo aside). :blowkiss:You're a perfect game, if we were bowling!
Not so Freudian, I'm thinkin'! :wink:Cheeky. :blowkiss: One freudian slip :foot-in-mouth: & now I'm a cross-dresser!!!