Well it seems like Spring is officially here when we see those familiar yellow flags, Georgia pines, and azaleas. Nature groomed to a picture perfect afternoon on Amen Corner of Augusta National, if only every round could be this:
Yep it’s Masters time and who isn’t watching vicariously through the eyes of Jordan Speith right about now?!Although most of us won’t ever see the likes of these links – at least not under our golf shoes. We can make the most ofwhere we spend our rounds and Classic Accessories can give you a home course advantage any place you play with the enclosures, covers and accessories in our Fairway™ Collection:
Focus on the game, not the forecast this Spring – because every day can’t be the Masters after all.
Photo Credits: © Masters.com
One of the best things about Summer is the last minute decision to ditch the house and hit the road!
Summer Road trips are the best with long days that give way to warm winds at night. Even if you’ve planned each route, or just grabbed your keys and cooler and said “I’m outta here!” We’d like to share 7 unique ideas from Jennifer Miller at BootnAll for your next trip down the road:
Linked from: http://www.bootsnall.com
It’s not the same!
Waking up to snow days just isn’t the same to us adults as it is to our kids. A quick scream of “SNOOOOOW” from down the hallway can send our own eyes scrambling to see “Just how covered IS the car?” and right into the tailspin of the – “That’s going to take another 15 minutes to scrape!!” Like you have another 15 minutes to spare in the morning after hitting the snooze button for the last ten minutes.
It’s a Winter trend. And one that most people won’t admit to, but most are also guilty of. Peephole driving. Yep, that little eye-level portion of your windshield that gets scraped off leaving the rest of your snow, frost or ice-pack to melt away via your car’s overworked defrosters.
Did you know that in some states, you can be slapped with a hefty fine? It is a summary traffic violation to drive with any ice or snow “which materially obstructs, obscures or impairs the driver’s clear view of the highway or intersecting highway,” says Trooper Adam Reed, public information officer of the Pennsylvania State Police. This applies to the front, back and side windows, and the fine for violation totals over $110 after mandatory costs.
Luckily we have a quick solution – our Auto Windshield Cover!
– Keeps frost, snow and ice off the windshield
– Saves time after a snowfall, frost or ice
– Attaches with two click-close straps that run through the inside of the vehicle
– Easy and fast installation
– Anti-theft design—ends secure in doors
– Helps protect vehicle interior against UV damage and fading
-Folds and zips into a compact attached storage case
-One-year limited warranty
So the next time Jack Frost pays you a visit – cover up those windows the night before and wake up with the same enthusiasm as kids do on a snow-day. Or you can enjoy those last 10 minutes of hitting your snooze button.