April 6, 2011

Golf ball made of Lobster shells

Here in Maine, lobster is king. Kids at the University of Maine discovered how to create golf balls made of lobster shells. Completely brilliant. So while our governor is telling the NAACP to "go to hell," believing BPA is safe, ripping/censoring murals and vacationing in Jamaica, it's good to know someone is trying to create a new product to boost the Maine economy. And helping the environment.

Photo credit: Portland Press Herald


Golf Platzreife said...

Using a golf ball has a compression ratio to help make your golf game. For example, most women have a slower club head than most men. In this case, players must be using a compression golf ball lower. If you have a slower swing speed and use a golf ball compression ratio, you lose yards. And vice versa for those speeds club head, you should be using a high compression ball for up yards.

The Lolapalooza Show said...

I have no idea what you just wrote... but it sounds golf smart!