Well this latest discovery is pretty darn small, close to inconsequential but nonetheless useful to me.
I have installed caribeeners (those little hook things) on my big floppy hats.
I actively dislike sunlight. I walk from shade to shade and wear big floppy hats. The fashion police have never been happy with me anyway.
When I throw a shot I take my hat off. On a drive there is no real choice. Either I take the hat off or it flings off my head and lands in the dirt. On a putt the hat bothers and distracts me and Lord knows I already have enough problems with putting.
So when I take off my hat I perch it on my bag (or cart, though of late I have reverted to the bag and camp chair combo). But how to attach it to the bag? Like for long walks down shady fairways or even for shots where the bag is on a sidehill and I don't want the hat sliding off and tumbling into the dirt?
I drilled a small hole on the back brim of the hat and attached a small caribeener which easily hooks and unhooks to the bag or cart. A small pleasure of life. But if you aren't going to get major pleasures then small pleasures are there to be appreciated.