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I just think they are a gimmick that will probably be popular for awhile then phase out. As long as I don't see kids tearing up a course near me *as if they need more tearing up* I don't really care about them much one way or the other, despite what my posts seem to indicate.

Your post made me chuckle a little.  In my younger years, I remember when snow boards first started appearing on the ski slopes and I said almost exactly the same thing about them. Even the part about tearing up the slopes.   Snowboards were (and still are) responsible for bringing a different demographic to the slopes.  Although I'm in the 50+ demographic, I'd definitely be open to trying them....as long as the weight limit was sufficient.  I'm not exactly a small guy.  And I'd rather share the course with these than foot golfers.

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Unfortunately, as a surfer and skateboarder- I would spend more time looking for little hillocks and ramps to carve around on than actually playing golf.... Once a surfer always a surfer...

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