There’s an old saying, perfect for T-shirts, about riding motorcycles that says, “Four wheels move the body, two wheels move the soul.”
Just imagine the feeling on a golf course – just you, your golf bag and a two-wheeler that can go anywhere on the course.
Wind in your hair (or what’s left of your hair), throttle under your right thumb and the feeling that even if you’ve hit your golf ball someplace you shouldn’t have, hopping on the bike (it’s more like a scooter) and zipping to the next shot is, if not liberating, it’s downright fun.
Is it traditional?
No. But neither was listening to music while you play, and now clubs are adding sound systems to their practice areas.
Is it crazy?
It makes a lot more sense than trying to carry that water hazard 200 yards away.
Kelly Miller, left, and Ron Green Jr. take a break on their Finn cycles. Photo: Courtesy Finn Cycles
“This is really cool, especially now,” said Kelly Miller, president of Pine Needles Lodge and Mid Pines, where the resorts have 16 Finn cycles and are...
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