Rolling Down the Fairway, on a Segway Day to Day senior producer Steve Proffitt reports from Scottsdale, Ariz., where a high-end resort is offering duffers an alternative to golf carts. It's the Segway -- the two-wheeled "human transporter" that first came out in 2001, now adapted for life on the fairway.

Rolling Down the Fairway, on a Segway

Rolling Down the Fairway, on a Segway

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Musician and Day to Day contributor David Was on a Segway at an Arizona golf course. Steve Proffitt, NPR hide caption

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Day to Day senior producer Steve Proffitt reports from Scottsdale, Ariz., where a high-end resort is offering duffers an alternative to golf carts. It's the Segway -- the two-wheeled "human transporter" that first came out in 2001, now adapted for life on the fairway.