Golf Customized

October 2011
FoodService Director;10/15/2011, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p28
Trade Publication
The article discusses the hobby of building golf clubs by Ball State University Dining Director Jon Lewis. He explains how his encounter with a faulty golf driver encouraged him to build his own equipment. Although instructional videos on making gold clubs is easy to access, he stresses that one can only learn from making mistakes. He also admits enjoying the possibility of mixing and matching golf club parts to meet one's specific needs in the sport.


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