Watch 2 Pro Golfers Play a Makeshift, Moving Golf Course on the Back of 5 Caterpillar Machines

By: | June 17th, 2015

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Caterpillar is known for pulling off some crazy stunts, for example, the massive Jenga game that was played by the company’s machines with 600-pound blocks!

This time, Caterpillar might have outdone themselves by creating a mobile, makeshift golf course on the back of 5 of its machines.

The idea itself it awesome to think about, but actually watching the videos below makes you wish you were there to take a couple swings sooooo bad!

The course itself is set in the desert country outside of Tucson, Arizona, and the video features Erimo and Marimo Ikeuchi, twin sisters and professional golfers in Japan.

As you will see, the machines are always on the move, which means the greens are continuously moving.

Not exactly an ideal course for professional golfers but a lot of fun nonetheless.

Watching golf, highway trucks, and a wheel loader all at the same time has never been more intriguing.

Marshall Smith

Technology, engineering, and design enthusiast.

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