Adidas Golf’s slogan has always been intriguing. “We make equipment you play” can be taken not only as a fact but a mission statement too, kind of a cocky, pugnacious approach applied not to golf clubs or balls but to shoes, shirts and jackets.
PowerBilt Puts Nitrogen Gas Into Your Game for More Distance and Improved Accuracy – Beat That!
PowerBilt is the only golf equipment manufacturer that supports the face of their golf clubs with Nitrogen gas. The company cleverly deemed their irons and woods by the name Air Force One about a year ago. In 2010 they made even more improvements and have officially released their Air Force One – Air Foil line of irons, hybrids and woods. The new and improved line, Air Foil, has been improved in many ways according to PowerBilt President, Ross Kvinge. “Because the face is supported by Nitrogen gas the club face can be much thinner which expands the sweet spot. The results are clubs that increase your distance and improve your accuracy. The feedback has been very rewarding from golfers of all skill levels and the media,” said Kvinge.
If you're a golf club nut, chances are you've heard of Scratch Golf. They've been making the highest quality custom wedges and irons since 2003 and this past year made news with Ryan Moore becoming a part owner of the company, along with longtime club making legend Don White joining the Scratch family. The designs of their clubs, in their simplicity, are absolutely beautiful. Their commitment to customer service is unparalled.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia-Japanese golf-club manufacturer Miura Golf-which has been making the world's highest-quality forged irons for 44 years-announces the K Grind wedge.
"We are very excited about the release of the K Grind wedge", says Bill Holowaty, the VP of North American Operations for Miura Golf. "The unique sole design (each wedge grinded by hand) delivers uncompromised performance to your short game."
The U.S. Open was a perfect combination of the two favorite topics of conversation for New Englanders: sports and weather. Yes it has been very rainy but build a bridge and get over it, except we almost needed an ark. Everyone appreciated all the hard work provided by the tournament directors, ground crews, and those involved in the planning, drying of the greens, and reorganization of the schedules.... Read More...
The announcement yesterday that latest chapter in the long running feud between Acushnet Company and Callaway Golf over the latter’s claim Acushnet’s Titleist Pro V1 violates Callaway patents appears to be a win for Acushnet.
Japanese golf-club manufacturer Miura Golf-which has been making the world's highest-quality forged irons for 44 years-is officially introducing its CB-501 forged cavity-back irons, the company announced today.