Beau is a very active person who would love to play 9 holes of golf with his mates. Currently, he has to tape a golf club to his hand. His current solution is uncomfortable and causes unwanted strain on his wrist, creating the risk of injury. Beau is looking for a way to take clubs in and out of the bag and hold them whilst swinging.
The team has developed a solution that enables Beau to use his golf clubs on the go. The device is a glove which interfaces with his clubs and is made out of readily sourced materials.
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