Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Beat the Heat - New Product Hits the Market

Playing golf during the summer months has its positives and negatives. Here in the South, the heat and humidity can be brutal during the summer. Of course, rates for green fees fall as much as the temperatures rise.

Help is on the way. A new "Cold Air Anywhere" air-conditioning unit made its debut at the 2004 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida. The unit runs on batteries and forces cold air - up to 30 degree difference - directly where you want it.

This is not a "swamp cooler" that uses ice. The unit can attach to many vehicles including golf carts and uses nothing more than an automobile battery to keep you cool for 18 holes.

Soon golfers will be able to beat high prices and high temperatures. We can't wait for this new product to hit the cart paths at destinations like Myrtle Beach and Las Vegas.

Keep and eye on our Blog and we'll keep you up to date with more information on this breakthrough product.

Hit `em long and straight,

Evans Putman, Owner
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