There's a local driving range that has been in existence for 3-4 years now. It's pretty much a self service operation. Of course, they have to cut grass and pick up balls. but to get you on the range is entirely automated. Stick a bucket under the spout on the machine and swipe a card of any type. It is preset to dispense only small buckets. If you want a large bucket, stick one of those under the spout and swipe twice! Easy
Wait, guys, I found some lies:
Okay, but seriously now…
Your next post, @ellamia, had better have some real substance to it. Again, enough of this weird marketing BS stuff. Out with something. Heck, pick one of your "core lies" and share what you think about it.
Nope. That's not OT at all. In fact, it's right on topic! Reminded me that a local course who is on my e-mail list sent me an e-mail saying that they were reworking their tee sheet due to a limited number of carts. They have 70 which, according to their math, allowed them to put 140 golfers on the course at one time! Simple math will tell you that is not possible. But, one rider per cart does put limits on them!
BTW, played another of my favorite courses in the area on Tuesday. They had the plexiglass dividers installed in the carts which, supposedly, makes it OK for 2 to ride together. I didn't have to since we were a threesome. However, that damned plexiglass panel flapping around in the breeze, and flexing this way and that on curves and turns, and repeatedly tattooing the hell out of my right elbow, did NOT add to my enjoyment of the round!