If we've got a really smart guy out there, maybe they can explain Irish practices for booking intangible assets and how they managed to come up with this particular number. Presumably we aren't talking about an asset that would be amortized for taxation purposes the way certain things are here in the U.S.
It just sort of seems weird to me.
FunGolfGPS is probably my favorite. You can input your scores with other players, get distance to the green info, and hole to hole scoring. Video apps are alright, but you have to get people to set it up and hold it for you. Not the most convenient thing in the world. Zepp's 3D analysis feature is flat out annoying. Definite no to that. I've been getting newsletters from what seems to be an upcoming portable sensor device called DuoTrac Golf. It's supposed to help assess your footwork and swing together. Seems like an interesting idea. They're promoting 4 sensors. Fairly intriguing concept. They've got 4 sensors for $99 right now. I backed it since it was such a steal. I'm hoping it'll be better than what I've been seeing so far. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/681483588/duotrac-golf-the-fundamental-swing-analyzer A coaching lesson though is always ideal!
Yeah that's what I meant. Three boxes (36 balls) for $25. I got one at the start of this past year.
Later on, I got a 24-pack of fairly decent, recycled Calaways. I think it was $12 at K-Mart. In any case, i like those better.even if they are slightly irregular. By that I mean, logos on the sides of them and other people's mark on them. The covers were all in good shape.