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Monday, July 17, 2006

Golf Goes Global ... Positioning

Hope Island Golf Club in Australia is the first in that country and nearly first in the world to install GPS units in all of their golf carts. [via iSeekGolf] Not only that, the units have large screens that display in simulated 3D what a particular hole looks like, from the point of view of where the cart is currently positioned.

These displays give players an opportunity to make a better choice of golf club. Now all they have to do is offer RFID-enabled golf balls that an RFID reader will help you find, when you slice your shot anyways.


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