Bad back? Get yourself a Magnecaddy!
Golf is a game that you can enjoy at nearly any age even if you suffer from a myriad of ailments (including back pain).
Because most of us weekend warriors aren't landing our approach shots directly on the green, we're carrying a minimum of two clubs when we ditch the cart and head toward the general vicinity of the green.
After we close out that three-putt, those of us with bad backs can now pick up our sand wedge, pitching wedge, and nine iron effortlessly with the Magnecaddy! It's a small magnetic device that screws into the top of your putter that makes club retrieval a breeze.
Pick up your wedges from around the green effortlessly with the Magnecaddy.
Powerful magnet can lift up to 30 pounds!
The Magnecaddy houses a robust rare earth magnet that can lift up to thirty pounds! That's a lot of power for a magnet that is under an inch tall.
Simply touch the Magnecaddy to the head of the club you want to pick up, lift, and you're done!
The Magnecaddy utilizes a super-strong rare earth magnet that can lift well in excess of 10 pounds.
Installs in seconds
Installing the Magnecaddy is the easiest thing you'll ever do on a golf course. It simply screws into the top of your putter (or any club for that matter) in a matter of seconds.
Simply screw the Magnecaddy into the top of any club.
Magnecaddy takes less than 20 seconds to install with no tools required.
With it's patent pending technology this super light weight club addon will pick up 30+ lbs and you will never know its there.
1. Simply screw Magnecaddy into the existing hole in the grip of your putter.
2. Touch the end of your club to the head of another club to pick it up. It's that easy!
Stop digging through your pockets for a ball marker
Another handy feature of the Magnecaddy is its built-in ball marker. The always-at-the-ready magnetic marker snaps on to the top of the Magnecaddy which means no more digging through pockets full of tees, receipts, and extra golf balls for your marker.
The Magnecaddy also sports a super handy magnetic ball marker.