Bestselling Boys' Golf Shorts in 2021
Under Armour Boys' Webbed Belt, White (100)/Graphite, One Size
- Metal UA logo embossed buckle with bottle opener on the back
- Durable webbed construction
- Width: 3.5 cm
C9 Champion Boy's Junior Golf Shorts (XL (W 32), Cocoa Butter)
- Stretch lightweight fabric that allows greater movement and wicks and dries quickly
- Straight Leg ; 5" Inseam
- Flat front ; Belt loops
- Zipper fly with button closure
- Some Cocoabutter shorts will have the C9 logo on the back instead of the front as pictured.
NIKE Boys Flat Front Short (SM (7-8 Big Kids), Dark Gray/Dark Gray)
- Dri-FIT Technology helps keep you dry and comfortable
- Stretch fabric enhances range of motion
- Button waist and zip fly for a classic fit
- Adjustable interior elastic band for custom comfort
French Toast Boys' Husky Flat Front Short, Black, 14H
- Cotton Blend Twill
- 50 Wash Tested Shrink & Fade Resistant
- Adjustable Waist For Great Fit
- Above Knee
- Functional Side Seam Pockets
- Functional Single Back Welt Pocket
- Hook & Bar Closure
Rukket Pop Up Golf Chipping Net | Outdoor / Indoor Golfing Target Accessories and Backyard Practice Swing Game | Includes 12 Foam Practice Balls
- SHORT GAME GURU: sharpen your skills with the ultimate folding golf chipping net! This bundle includes (1) Rukket Pop Up Golf Chipping Net, (12) Rukket Sports Foam Practice Balls and (1) Rukket Carry Bag.
- USER-FRIENDLY: easy pop-up design with simple storage instruction for ideal indoor or outdoors use.
- PUTT LESS, CHIP IN MORE: features three targets to improve your accuracy for the ultimate challenge.
- READY-TO-GO PRACTICE: nylon carrying bag included for easy portability from home to office to tailgate!
- GOLF ANYWHERE: 20 in. x 25 in. x 20 in. to fit right in the corner of your office (Great gift for a golfing boss)!
Under Armour Baby Boys' Golf Medal Play Short, Canvas, 24M
- Signature moisture transport system wicks sweat to keep you dry and light
- Lightweight stretch construction improves mobility for full range of motion
Under Armour Boys' Match Play Polo, True Gray Heather /Black, Youth Large
- UPF 50+ protects your skin from the sun's harmful rays
- 4-way stretch construction moves better in every direction
- Material wicks sweat & dries really fast
- Anti-odor technology prevents the growth of odor-causing microbes
Under Armour Boys' Match Play Printed Shorts, Academy /Academy,14
- Soft, stretchy woven fabric delivers total comfort
- Material wicks sweat & dries really fast
- Stretch-engineered waistband for superior mobility & insane comfort
- Flat-front, 4-pocket design
- Inseam: 9"
PUMA Golf Boys' Tech Short (Big Kids), Black, Medium
- 97% Polyester, 3% Elastane (Spandex)
- Front hand pockets & Back welt pockets
- Printed pocket bags and interior waistband
- Stretch dry CELL moisture-wicking fabric
- Embroidered PUMA cat logo at back left waist & 18 Hole badge at back right waist
WD MEN MULTI USE PKT SHORTS (KHAKI) (40)
- Dickies 42283 Mens Multi-Use Pocket Shorts
- Men Khaki
Should Golf Carts Be Legal for Local Traffic?
This article examines the use of golf carts on side streets for local traffic.
The Kentucky New Era reported two separate deaths on September 23 of last year. Both were thrown from golf carts on two separate days. Both died from trauma from the accidents.
According to (CPSC) Consumer Product Safety Commission, there are 15,000 golf cart accidents a year that require emergency room assistance. 40% are from being thrown out. 10% involve rollovers. The other 50% involves collisions of all types. Children represent a large portion of the ejections.
Many communities do not have ordinances that govern golf carts. However, because of the cost of gasoline, more and more individuals are going to them without even checking the municipalities regarding golf cart ordinance.
My town has no ordinance. We have two elderly gentlemen that use a golf cart because they no longer are fit to operate a motor vehicle. So, they have stepped down to a lower grade vehicle to serve their needs. This might appear to be a wise decision on the surface, but is it?
Should a golf cart operator be required to pass a driving test, have insurance and be regulated like any other vehicle? Should States be required to offer tests and licenses or should it be left to municipalities.?
There are just as many negatives as there are positives to a golf cart use. Many have no turn signals, no bumpers, and anyone, including children, can operate them.
I like the idea of their use with restrictions. (1) They need insurance coverage. (2) There should be a written and driving exam. (3) They should be used on local side streets only. No highway use or highway crossing. (4) Operators must be of age just like a motor vehicle. (5) Golf carts should be brought up to required safety standards. This would mean equipping them with turn signals, brake lights, headlights, seat-belts and the works.
As gas prices continue to rise, the need for golf carts will grow. It will especially grow for seniors that are retired and are on fixed budgets. I can see how they could be of valuable use. What do you think?