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On course can is a ball - bathroom in the shape of a golf ball, with dimples

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I don't think the fake grass on the floor is a practical idea but hey, we've already gone off the practicality highway, so what the hell.

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The grass is probably like those indoor dog peeing things. Any liquids seep through and help with grip- especially with spikes on. A slick plastic floor and spikes would be like an ice rink.

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Can you shut the door and roll it over to somewhere else if needed?

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Can you shut the door and roll it over to somewhere else if needed?

You're not being specific enough. Do you mean with someone inside or not? :-D

Accompanying tee and club as soon as I find them.

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Oddly I dissected one of my golfballs and it looked the same inside ... Then I logon today to find a life size model ... Wow incredible Explains why I golf like crap ...

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Cool!, are there two pots in one ball? looks small in there.

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I have a friend who owns a golf course in Michigan and is intrigued by this porta-potty. What golf course was that picture taken at? I think he would be interested in getting one (of course without the grass floor). Thanks for sharing.

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