Golf Refugees highlights of 2012:

Exposing the toxic heavy metals and chemicals used in moisture-wicking anti-bacterial synthetic sports apparel.
Liaising with European scientists who extracted toxic lead via sweat solutions and other hazardous chemicals from polyester based sports shirts.
Understandably this story has been largely ignored by the golf media.

Providing evidence to Callaway's IP Counsel and lawyers that Golf Refugees designed, wind-tunnel tested and proved the performance benefits of a swept-aerofoil-hosel several years before them.

Speaking with Charley Hull’s dad. A very wise man.

Trying to explain the merits of the original heat-absorbing black golf ball to Sharmila Nicollet at the back of 17th green during the Women’s British Masters.

Face to face with Hee Young Park at the Ricoh British Open, listening to her say “it’s a little bit difficult”.

Watching and talking golf with Danielle only to realise afterwards she’s a top Irish professional golfer.

Meeting Flory’s mum.

Working with David Sziroczak on the spiral golf ball.


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