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Ron Whitten

Lenexa, Kansas
Architecture Editor — Golf Digest
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Golf Digest Architecture Editor; Erin Hills co-designer; Civil War buff

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Nov 13, 2017

Seriously, I applaud the spanish company for developing a fish food-golf ball. But it's got to be a legitimate golf ball to be accepted. If it feels like a bar of soap when you hit it, it ain't gonna fly. Literally.

Nov 13, 2017

Maybe Ecobioballs are the answer to the cry for rolling the golf ball back. Make it a tournament ball. Think what fun it would be when it starts to rain!

Nov 13, 2017

Consumer reviews insist Ecobioballs may be good for the environment but are lousy golf balls, don't fly as far. Which pretty much guaranteed that they ended up in the ocean cove at Mauna Kea since amateurs were hitting them.

Nov 13, 2017

Learned something new today: at a charity event at Mauna Kea in Hawaii, biodegradable Ecobioballs were used on over-the-ocean-cove par-3 third. These balls degrade within 48 hours and contain fish food!

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