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You Won’t Run Out of Balls Here
A manufacturing company in Europe is making sure that golfers won’t find an empty ball pocket at their favorite course. The Dutch Golfers Service Company has created the first-ever vending machine that sells golf balls for a fee.
The company’s ‘On-course Golf Ball Machine’ can be stationed at the first and 10th tees so that golfers – presumably those who are having a bad day or are forgetful – can buy balls without having to sprint to the pro shop.
The machine is made of a low-density polyethylene material that will weather rain and cold, exposure to ultraviolet rays and vandalism. After depositing a solitary euro, a two-piece, 90-compression ball will pop out. For more information, visit www.golfballmachine.com.
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