Contributions by: The Dirty Birdie
In my last golf tip you saw me using alignment rods, (no that was not pee in the snow). These are one of the easiest training devices on the market. If you’re not sure how to use them, watch for an upcoming tip, with ways to utilize these great tools.
Before you can use them though, you need to have a set. Alignment rods are not that expensive, but if I can save you money, no matter how little, I will. If you look on golfsmith.com you can find one from Hank Haney. http://www.golfsmith.com/product/30038855/hank-haney-pro-stix-training-aid For one of these, the cost is 14.99 and you need to have two. So you are looking at almost $30 for a couple things that lie on the ground. Unless Hanks wife is lying on the ground next to them, Hank can keep um’.
Anyone that has every plowed snow has used a drive-way marker. They are markers, so dudes like me won’t tear your grass up, while plowing the shit ton of snow that has fallen this winter. Normally they don’t work for that, but they are effective as alignment rods for golfers. I swear the guy that invented alignment sticks was a snow plow driver, because these things are the same exact material. While Michigan’s winter is still here, do yourself a favor and head to your local hardware store and buy a pair of these. At Home Depot they are $2.29 a piece, for a grand total of a whopping $4.58 before tax. http://www.homedepot.com/p/Blazer-International-Driveway-Marker-48-in-Round-Yellow-Fiberglass-Rod-381YDM/202498050
You just saved $25.00! Keep reading the Dirty Birdie for more money saving tips that may just save you enough to land a girl like Suzanne Haney. Or, at the very least a lap dance from a girl that looks like her.