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I was in the pro shop today for an extended period waiting on the rain to stop. Which it didn't by the way. Therefore, I'm back home making posts on MGS. As I browsed around the shop I noticed a display for the Song Birdie Wireless speaker. Here's what their website says of the speaker; Most speakers of this size only produce the very high notes, some even the mids but that is all you get. But, if you are looking for a more traditional compact mobile speaker that small in size and big in sound, look no further than the amazing â€œSong Birdieâ€. The speakers small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and will easily fit in your suitcase, purse and even your coat pocket. You name it, the speaker is completely portable. You can now listen to your music when you want and where you want. These types of speakers are neither amazing or sound all that good. I know because I have a pair of them. They're directly marketing their "amazing" Song Birdie to golfers. Why else make it in the cutesy golf ball design complete with dimples. And they will even put your course logo on them. UGH. I personally don't think music should be played on the course. And certainly not for all to hear. In fact, I think music on the course should be banned. But it's not going to be. Yeah sure... where I play they have "rules" about keeping the volume low so as to not disturb those around you. Right. How's that been working out? Is Highway to Hell meant to be played softly? This post is just about something I saw and thought about today. In the current poll that is up on the site I voted NO to music. I think that vote is still leading.