I don't play golf. In fact, I regard a golf course as a tragic waste of a perfectly good rifle range! Nevertheless, this report in the Daily Mail made me smile.
In these days of ever-growing convenience you could call it par for the course.
Inventors have come up with a golf club that can be adjusted to mimic a bag of woods and irons.
The club can be everything from a putter to a driver thanks to a device inside the heel that tilts the head in 33 ways.
It allows golfers to choose from five putters, two drivers, three fairway woods, 14 irons, or nine wedges - all at the turn of a dial.
The 33-In-1 Golf Club, which costs £123 [about US $200], retracts to 19 in for ease of portability during travel or on the golf course, said maker Hammacher Schlemmer.
There's more at the link.
I wonder if golf club rules will still require you to hire a caddy, or a golf cart, to carry it around?