Sudbury-based invention could change golf around the world
With people around the world trying to figure out how resume doing the things they love, a Sudbury, Ont. company has found a way to get golfers safely back on the links.
Marc Benoit, owner Lively-based A10 Fabrication, has invented an innovative golf ball retriever he has dubbed, 'Hole Out.'
Hole Out is a touchless ball retriever that is inserted into the bottom of the flagpole. It has metal hooks on the top (covered in shrink wrap to avoid scratching putters) attached to a thin pipe that connects to a circular plate on the bottom that goes into the hole.
To retrieve their ball, golfers lift the hooks with their putter, and it pops out. Read more.