A New To-Do, Beach Golf

I’m sure golf is a great game and all but it’s not for everyone. Some people prefer to stick to the sand and surf instead of the sun and green so why not bring the best of both worlds together? Why can’t we play golf at the beach?

You can! However many mechanics of golf would have to change starting with the club. The new club is lightweight, almost hallow save for a mesh screen. The head itself can rotate from 12º to 64º so one club could take the place of many. You’ll also need new bags, shoes, and apparel all designed to traverse sandy greens. So what do you think? Would you play Beach Golf?

Designer: Adrien Noirhomme [ Product Page ]

10 Comments

  • Erik says:

    Nice and fresh aesthetic !!
    Well done Mr. Noirhomme.

    • jouas says:

      This concept , great one, is it available ?
      Jean Luc
      If yes where we can buy it ?

  • Patrick says:

    i’d be interested to know how the shape of the body aids the club in hitting the ball in sandy conditions. I know that in regular golf, the sandtrap is the hardest place to play the ball out of. looks like you have some kinda “wing” on the bottom of the club possibly for this. I’m a little skeptical though about playing a game that potentially sprays sand in the faces of people trying to sunbathe, although this could be avoided i suppose.

    REALLY love the angle adjustment though. Why hasn’t this been applied to regular golf clubs, at least on economy-range equipment? Brilliant!!

    • ignorance is ignoran says:

      As you said, “the sandtrap is the hardest place to play the ball out of is because the ball kinda sinks into the sand when it lands. So when you try to hit the gold ball with a regular club you have to go through all the sand in front of the ball then hit the ball so that it scoops the ball up and propels it out of the pit. This club helps you by limiting the amount of resistance you receive when you hit the sand before the ball. What causes this limitation of resistance is the hollow base of the club. The hollow base makes it so that the the sand moves through the club unlike a conventional club where the club hits the sand full on and saps all the energy out of your swing. It's kinda like the fly swatter design, a fly swatter has many wholes in the surface so that the air moves through the swatter. If you plugged all the wholes in the swatter you would receive a bunch of resistance because the air would have to travel around the swatter instead of going through the middle.

    • ignorance is ignorance, not bliss says:

      As you said, “the sandtrap is the hardest place to play the ball out of is because the ball kinda sinks into the sand when it lands. So when you try to hit the gold ball with a regular club you have to go through all the sand in front of the ball then hit the ball so that it scoops the ball up and propels it out of the pit. This club helps you by limiting the amount of resistance you receive when you hit the sand before the ball. What causes this limitation of resistance is the hollow base of the club. The hollow base makes it so that the the sand moves through the club unlike a conventional club where the club hits the sand full on and saps all the energy out of your swing. It’s kinda like the fly swatter design, a fly swatter has many wholes in the surface so that the air moves through the swatter. If you plugged all the wholes in the swatter you would receive a bunch of resistance because the air would have to travel around the swatter instead of going through the middle.

    • jouas says:

      Hi,
      have you got an answer to your questions ?
      thanks

  • ESAGUIL says:

    Is this in the market now ? Where can I buy it ? Thx

  • player says:

    Looks vey fun. I would love to see a prototype working. Many balls will be lost into the sea 😀

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