Ever wished you could tee off only to find that your best laid golfing plans have literally gone down the drain due to a torrential downpour? The Golf Launchpad addresses this problem, featuring a realistic arcade-like golf game that even allows you to play it with your own clubs. A regulation golf ball is attached to a double ball-bearing mount, enabling you to hit normal balls into a net or field safely. Each of these balls were specially designed to reproduce the impact-physics of a free ball to prefection, making you feel and hear your shots as though they were the real thing. The entire Golf Launchpad will set you back by approximately $660 – more casual golfers would rather spend a fraction of that by picking up a Nintendo Wii, although that lacks the authenticity that the Golf Launchpad offers.
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