GolfLogix for Apple Watch
If you wear an Apple Watch GolfLogix has announced a free app that makes it an alternative to getting your on-course information with an iPhone. The app works with Series 3 and 4 Apple Watches for front, back and center yardage to the green plus has images of the green and allows keeping of your score. Pete Charleston, President at GolfLogix. “Now with one glance, golfers will have convenient access to all the information they need to improve their game on the golf course.” The app may be downloaded from the Apple Store.

ARGOLF’s Mordred
After being introduced at the PGA Merchandise Show the Mordred model mallet putter from ARGOLF sold out in but is now again available. Milled from a block of aeronautical-grade aluminum the MOI value is very high and is combined with a low center of gravity. The extreme wing design aids alignment and is stable at impact. Pricing is $349.99 at argolfusa.com or through many custom fitters.

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Callaway Takes Driver Count in L.A.
At the Genesis Open Callaway was the top driver brand led by the Epic Flash model and on the LPGA Tour ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open they were also number one driver brand with 65 in play or 41.7% of the field. At the PGA TOUR Champions Chubb Classic in Naples, Fla. they grabbed the top spot—35 of 76 players at 46.2%. The European Tour ISPS Handa World Super 6 Perth 38 players used the Epic Flash driver.

Titleist Pro V1/Pro V1x was favored over the Callaway Chrome Soft/Chrome Soft X 96 players to 22 plus Titleist won the fairway wood count with 54, 39 of which were the new TS model-19 TS2s and 20 TS3s. They also continued their top spot in hybrids (21) and irons (36). Vokey Design Wedges also were first the approach, sand and lob wedge category with 177 Vokey models in play and Scotty Cameron putters are the field favorite with 52 Scotty models in play.

Holmes Wins with Srixon
J.B. Holmes won in L.A. by one stroke over Justin Thomas after four rounds of weather delayed golf. Though on the Srixon Tour staff his contract allows him latitude in the clubs he uses. For this win his bag contained sticks from three makers or four if Cleveland Golf which is a division of Srixon is counted separately.

Driver: Callaway Epic Flash Sub Zero (10.5°) – Fujikura Pro shaft
Fairway wood: TaylorMade M2 (16.5°)
Irons: Srixon Z U85 (3-iron); Srixon Z 785 (4-PW)
Wedges: Cleveland RTX-4 (50°, 54°, 60°)
Putter: Scotty Cameron 009M
Ball: Srixon Z-Star XV