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Thank you for your time, any replies would be appreciated. I plan on solving the problem of your clubs getting wet and slippery when playing in the rain, as I do not find a conventional towel method or wet weather gloves work well enough. I plan on making small heaters for each club in the bottom of the golf bag which dries the clubs grip and then using a spring load ejects the club when you require to play with it, as an almost personal caddy. This would make it a purposeful product not only for in the rain but in fine weather too. Once again, any views however bad or good are appreciated.
 

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I hate to shoot an idea but this sounds to me like an electric bread knife, as in: theoretically useful, but not a very essential tool to own. I would also reason that those who go to play golf in the rain are the ones who actually appreciate a little lack of convenience.
 
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