Holed out at last…

<div class="article"><p><b>Holed out at last...</b></p><p>We love golf dearly, but it is perhaps possible to take this passion too far. For instance, beyond - or in these instances - within the grave.</p><p> For the dead keen golfer, Colourful Coffins of Oxford, UK, propose two off the (tee) peg models: 'Golf' and 'The Golfer's Bag'. </p><div class="association"><div class="table-responsive"><table width="490" border="0" align="center" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"> <tr> <td><img src="https://golftoday.co.uk/content/uploads/2018/01/golf_coffin.jpg" alt="The 'Golf' coffin, from Colourful Coffins of Oxford" /></td> </tr> <tr> <td class="utilsText" bgcolor="#e6e6e6" align="center">Above: 'Golf' - Below: 'The Golfer's Bag'</td> </tr> <tr> <td><img src="https://golftoday.co.uk/content/uploads/2018/01/golfers_bag_coffin.jpg" alt="The 'Golfer's Bag' coffin, from Colourful Coffins of Oxford" /></td> </tr> </table></div></div><p>But the company will also make a fully personalised, golf-themed coffin featuring, for example, a favourite bunker, pond, trees, or any other defining moment in the departed golfer's life.</p><p>For the fanatic of the greens who wishes to remain 'green' all the way to golfing heaven, the coffins can be made in high quality 100% recycled cardboard, instead of the traditional wood. </p><p>If you would like to find out more, or order yourself - or a loved one - a bier, you will find the company online here <a href="http://www.colourfulcoffins.com/" target="_blank" class="Normal_Link">www.colourfulcoffins.com</a>.</p><p>December 2009</p><p><img src="https://golftoday.co.uk/content/uploads/2018/01/thin_green_line.gif" width="494" height="20" /></p></div>