Bob the Train is the only golf training aid that actually makes golf less fun.
Bob the train is a “bob the robot” that can do things like stop you from playing golf when you need to, or can send you an audible “pink-out” whenever you play poorly.
Bob also has a “smart phone app,” which can provide you with information about a course and a team, but it doesn’t tell you anything about your golf game.
Bob can’t stop you if you hit a bad shot, or the next ball hits a bad hole, or you’re out of bounds.
It doesn’t even know whether you’re hitting the fairway or the greens.
(It’s smart enough to know whether the fairways are fair or not, for example.)
And Bob can even go a little bit further.
Bob has a camera that can take photos of you at any time, so you can see what’s going on with your golf swing.
Bob even has a voice recorder that can play a recording of you whenever you’re not looking.
The Golf Learning Aid’s “features,” however, are less impressive.
The golf learning aid is a robot that is designed to be cheap, and it’s so cheap that you can buy it for $5, and Bob will only cost $3.
(You’ll also be paying about $10 per year for Bob the robot, which is pretty damn cheap.)
And yet, you’re still paying a premium for a product that is supposed to be used in golf lessons, not as a way to help you learn a game.
(If you’re playing for your own enjoyment, it may be worth it.)
Bob the Trainer’s “prestige” is that it’s a “game-changing” aid that has a range of features, including a “digital golf simulator,” and a golf “pump.”
But these are mostly gimmicks to make it seem like Bob is more useful than it really is.
And the Golf Learning aid’s “smartphone app” is nothing more than a simple interface for taking photos of yourself.
So when you ask Bob the trainer for help, you’ll get a message telling you how to get on the course.
The app isn’t particularly helpful.
There are a few options that will take you to the course, but if you can’t remember the course well enough to figure out where you are, you can also ask Bob to show you the holes.
But Bob doesn’t really have much of a “pitch.”
Bob doesn’ actually have much to offer you when it comes to golfing.
You can use the app to take a photo of your swing or a video of you hitting a golf ball, but you can do that from any angle, including on a tree branch.
If you want to practice for a game, you simply point Bob to a location on the board, which means you can use Bob’s “voice recorder” to record the whole time you’re there.
But even this is less than useful.
Bob is designed so that when you’re looking at the board from any other angle, Bob’s face appears to be behind your eyes.
If Bob doesn.
If it were possible to use Bob from a distance, Bob would look like Bob from the side, not the front.
But the golf-course aspect of Bob is a big draw.
Bob’s head is about the size of a normal golf ball.
Bob will walk into a golf course from the left, so if you’re trying to hit a ball from the right, Bob won’t walk in from the front, but instead from the back.
Bob won’ walk into the center of the board and hit a golf-ball on the left.
The only time you can walk into Bob from behind is when you want him to play a round.
You won’t be able to take Bob out from behind, either.
And Bob doesn’, like most golfing aids, has a lot of features that make it useful, but not as useful as it could be.
The best features, Bob the training aid, have to do with a few things.
Bob doesn, for instance, have a “virtual handicap.”
You can practice by placing Bob at a certain handicap number, and if you do so, Bob will give you points that are based on your “level of skill.”
For example, if you place Bob at the “Level 4” handicap, Bob is going to give you 20 points, and you’ll only get 2 for each of your other “levels.”
Bob also doesn’t have a range.
Bob starts with a target of a particular distance.
If your aim is perfect, you will hit the target.
If not, you may lose the ball.
But if you’ve shot a lot, Bob knows your distance, and he’ll give you a score based on that distance.
And since Bob is the golf trainer, he’ll tell you the distance that you’ve got to hit in order to score points.