Discount coupons on golf and accessories

On Golf - Timothy O'Grady

On Golf – Timothy O’Grady

See the original article on Scoop.it – in the topic UK Golf

http://www.savingsheadquarters.co.uk/fullsearch.asp?search=golf

This was waiting for me in my feed,  It’s a list of golf products, everything from golf head covers in a fetching blue/white/navy combination to the clubs themselves, from a parchment of the original Scottish rules of golf in a parchment to the latest in polo shirts and other apparel.

In my current state of health, there’s very little of it used to me.  I can’t even swing my pants, let alone my hips.  And I don’t think the stripey golfing trousers are quite me – they’d probably go with the golf club head covers, though!.

And the psychedelic purple beach shorts wouldn’t even be allowed at The Belfry, methinks.  But I guess there’s a market somewhere for them.  Other than the beach, I mean.

This is a third-party offer and, to me, it looks as if they’re all bits and pieces you can pick up on Amazon.co.uk – hang on, let’s check that…(hovers back over offer page)…nope, I stand corrected.

The first product that appears in the search, the book “On Golf”, has come up for sale at a place called ‘in-the-hole’ (sounds like I game I used to play in my youth – tut, Tiddlywinks, I was thinking of, what were you, smutty?), so they’re not amazon products.

To be fair, the book looks like the 2005 hardback edition – no, I’m not an aficionado on books, it’s just that I was wondering why this listing is offering it at $22.95.  The hardback on amazon.co.uk’s only a tenner, with the Kindle version going for £7.16 – you can get that here: http://amzn.to/NY4uku and download the free app on Amazon to convert it to your PC or Android or iOS device.

Anyway – this wasn’t a go-compare type article – I just thought I’d offer you what as awaiting me in my syndicated feeds awaiting curation when I logged in to my account this afternoon.

Okay – that’s me for tonight – I’ll see you tomorrow with an update on the WGC Bridgestone and see if Jim Furyk can hold onto his lead past the halfway point.

TTFN, Thet Watson.

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