Golfer Alice Scott, of Gilbert, Ariz., pedals a Golf Bike along the 18th fairway of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Course in Palmetto Dunes on Friday. After playing three rounds with the bike in three days, she said she loves it. "It's a breeze," she said, "literally you get a breeze in your face as you're pedaling. It's a real fit way to play."
Golfer Alice Scott, of Gilbert, Ariz., pedals a Golf Bike along the 18th fairway of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Course in Palmetto Dunes on Friday. After playing three rounds with the bike in three days, she said she loves it. "It's a breeze," she said, "literally you get a breeze in your face as you're pedaling. It's a real fit way to play." Jay Karr
Golfer Alice Scott, of Gilbert, Ariz., pedals a Golf Bike along the 18th fairway of the Robert Trent Jones Golf Course in Palmetto Dunes on Friday. After playing three rounds with the bike in three days, she said she loves it. "It's a breeze," she said, "literally you get a breeze in your face as you're pedaling. It's a real fit way to play." Jay Karr

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