21.11.14

SNOW BALL


Thinking of our friends in north america.
#theoriginalblackball #golfrefugees
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ORGANIC COTTON RULES


Compared with conventional cotton, organic cotton was found to have;

  • 46% reduced global warming potential
  • 70% less acidification potential
  • 26% reduced eutrophication potential (soil erosion)
  • 91% reduced blue water consumption (water withdrawn from groundwater or surface water bodies)
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20.11.14

NEARLY CHRISTMAS


Our Christmas shirt, really.
#common #golfrefugees
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MUSIC ON GOLF TOUR BALL


The unofficial music on golf tours proposed ball. Could be available in various colours.
‪#‎musicongolftours‬
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18.11.14

CALL FOR MUSIC ON GOLF TOURS


All this silence and 'quiet please' boards drives us nuts. Lets have some music on golf tours. Just for starters pros could select a favourite track for their first tee shot. Who wouldn't want to watch Tiger tee off too 'Mr lover lover' by Shaggy?
‪#‎musicongolftours‬
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13.11.14

NOT IN MY NAME


British Olympian and the face of the London 2012 games, Jessica Ennis-Hill said: "I believe being a role model to young people is a huge honour and those in positions of influence in communities should respect the role they play in young people's lives and set a good example."
Just makes us wonder why Jessica Ennis-Hill wears and promotes Adidas sportswear who exploit young female textile workers. Do sponsored sports stars have any responsibility towards the textile workers who make their clothes?
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8.11.14

PLASTIC IN BEER


Lie on the beech and grains of sand get everywhere. But those grains of sand are not just sand they include man-made synthetic microfibres.

Sip a cool beer only to find plastic microfibres mixing with the barley, hops, water and yeast. How the heck did they get inside the bottle?

Here’s why? Plastics do not degrade; instead they fragment, breaking down into lots of small, equally toxic bits. Those pieces stick around for centuries long after the usefulness of the product, making their way into any and all ecosystems on our planet.

From plastic bags, water bottles and polyester sportswear, we’re literally drowning in plastic.
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