The robot reportedly takes the wind and surface of the green into consideration when lining up and hitting its shots. Golf Digest describes LDRIC as “the go-to device for equipment and ball-testing in the golf industry. Not only is its swing sound and fluid, but it can replicate hooks, slices and other flaws inherent to the average golfer.” But it doesn’t wear brightly coloured pants. So at least human golfers still have that going for them.
ROBOT TIGER WOODS HITS HOLE-IN-ONE AT PHOENIX OPEN, 19 YRS AFTER TIGER FAMOUSLY HIT HIS OWN ON THE SAME HOLE