Valley golfer, inventor solves lost glove problem with Glove Caddie

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by Scott Pasmore

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Posted on August 29, 2013 at 11:46 AM

Updated Thursday, Aug 29 at 12:28 PM

PHOENIX -- If you're a golfer, you know how keeping your golf glove handy on the course can sometimes be as difficult as hitting the ball straight. 

Well there's a new invention by a Valley golfer that take care of the "where to put the glove problem." 

After losing his glove on the course one day, Cory Donaldson woke up in the middle of the night with an idea. That idea became the Glove Caddie and he's ready to sell them around the world. 

The Glove Caddie is basically a gadget that hangs on your belt or golf bag. It has a Velcro patch that sticks to the Velcro on your glove. It's that easy! And for only $10. 

There are also Glove Caddies blinged out for the ladies for less that $20. You also can personalize them with names or company logos. 

Go to www.GloveCaddie.com for a close up look at this newest golf product, which recently was named "The Best New Golf Product of the Year" by the PGA.

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