The GolfBoard

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

No one likes to walk the golf course on Saturday morning, but cruising around a golf cart is a good way to ensure you get absolutely no exercise. Looking to find a good balance between the two options, the Golfboard was born.

Snowboard addict Don Wildman (who’s more famously known for starting Bally Total Fitness) was cruising around his local Malibu golf course on an electric skateboard, when it struck him – why not build one that also serves as your personal caddy? He then teamed up with surf icon Laird Hamilton to create the perfect way to hop from hole to hole. It’s a high performance electric board, equipped with 4 off-road tires to tackle any terrain you’ll encounter out there, and a built-in bag holder attached the steering handle bars. The Golfboard is currently for sale after a successful Kickstarter campaign, and retails for about $6,500. [Purchase]

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