‘Hole in One’ Instead of ‘Hole in the Wall’ Office?

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Perfect your golf game in spite of rain and lightning, crowded links or a schedule that keeps you traveling. This interactive, on-line golf game can hone your skills for multi-player tournaments.

Thirty-eight million golfers played nearly 500 million rounds of golf on 15,000 courses in the United States in 2003.

That’s according to statistics compiled by MVP Golden Fairway, a company that’s come up with one way for golfers to beat the crowds and dodge lightning strikes, snakes, wasp stings and sunburn. And playing a few holes at the office can help busy executives relax or even reduce stress.

MVP Golden Fairway’s interactive, on-line 3-D golf game lets the golfer choose his club and choose each stroke. The CD retails for about the same price as a day’s greens fees ($39.95) and enables golfers not only to compete with each other, but play for cash and prizes. It’s available online at http://www.eagle3dgolf.com. Site webmaster and weekend golfer Lyle Tingley said, “For those golfers who want to compete with others, this offers worldwide competition – in 144 countries, and in 14 languages.” Tingley’s enthusiasm for virtual golf is obvious with his free trial: “People who like golf can go to my site and try out this game before they buy it. I’m giving away a Free Ticket so you can download the game and start playing golf right away.”

Virtual golfers can play in tournaments, enter chat rooms to talk about their favorite sport and join a community of like-minded players at 3 a.m. for a round if they want, without cart fees, smart-mouthed caddies, or lost balls.

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