THE STORY BEHIND THE GOLF BOAR™ DEVICE
One day my son and I were looking for something to do and we found my Father-in-law's old golf set in the attic....
When we unpacked it, we found an interesting home-made golfing device. It didn’t take long to work out what it was or how to set it up. I had a go with my son, and it was lots of fun. We had so much fun together as a family that it inspired me to develop a modern version so that other people could also develop their golfing skills independently or with friends and family. We are thrilled with the result which we have affectionately named The Golf BOAR™ (Ball On A Rope).
Why My Family Love The Golf BOAR™
The Golf BOAR™ (Ball On A Rope) has been developed with a unique design that lets you bring golf to almost any space; the back garden, the park or on holiday. It's small and lightweight, so it's easy to carry and there's no need to set up complicated equipment. Just unclip the pin and push into the ground!
The Golf BOAR™ device is designed & assembled in New Zealand. There is an 8m and 15m option for the string length. The string is embedded in the ball and is extremely strong and won't degrade in sunlight or water. It is a safe and secure piece of golfing equipment. It won't bounce back even when hit it hard.
Golf BOAR™ is for everyone. For kids and families through to regular players. For breaks when working from home, entertainment, playing with the kids, letting out some steam or energy, or just practicing your technique. We are super excited to bring you the Golf BOAR™ device and hope you love using it as much as we do.
Golf BOAR™ Creator
*Golf BOAR™ Patent Pending
PHOTOS FROM THE GOLF BOAR™ WORKSHOP
THESE CLEVER KIWI BUSINESSES WORKED WITH US TO DEVELOP THE GOLF BOAR™ DEVICE
At Golf BOAR™ we are sustainability focused & socially minded
This means we like to think creatively & consider how we can give people opportunities, improve wellness & care for our environment through every step of the Golf BOAR™ production journey.
Golf BOAR™ is designed & assembled in New Zealand.