National: Equipment Reviews

TaylorMade Golf Company Introduces Daddy Long Legs+ Counterbalance PutterDaddy Long Legs+ Counterbalance Putter

Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 June 2015 18:41 Tuesday, 30 June 2015 18:36

Daddy Long Legs+ Counterbalance PutterCARLSBAD, California — Two years ago, TaylorMade Golf Company changed the golf industry by releasing the then-most advanced putters the company had ever created — the Daddy Long Legs and Spider Blade counterbalanced putters. In 2014, engineers upped the ante with the release of the Spider Mallet counterbalance and ultra-stable Ghost Spider Si. Today, TaylorMade has changed the game in putter technology and performance with the announcement of the release of the new Daddy Long Legs+ Putter; the most technologically-advanced and stable putter the company has ever created.

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PIQ Unveils World’s Most Advanced Wearable; Announces Global Golf Partnership with Mobitee

Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 June 2015 18:35 Tuesday, 30 June 2015 18:32

PIQPARIS, France — PIQ has announced the world’s most advanced multi-sport sensor platform. Capable of measuring over 3,000 different data points per second, and through 13 different dimensions, and already planned in over a dozen different sports, PIQ is making sport even more exciting.

Golf will be the first sport to have the PIQ sensor and platform fully integrated. As part of this exciting proposition PIQ has announced a global partnership with Mobitee, one of the world’s leading golf applications. PIQ and Mobitee are uniquely positioned to provide a golf offering that is the first complete connected wearable solution, transforming the golf experience.

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More Than Meets the Eye: Introducing the World's First Auto Power-Folding Golf Trolley

Last Updated on Sunday, 28 June 2015 16:14 Sunday, 28 June 2015 16:04

GolferpalTAIPEI, Taiwan — In golf, push carts are primarily functional items with the primary purpose of taking the load off of golfers’ backs. And over the years, several companies have attempted to bring new innovations to the basic push cart by making it even more convenient and simple to use. Some push carts, for example, now feature expanded, smart storage options, newer accessories, or even smaller storage footprints. However, only one company—Worldpal, the maker of the Golferpal Push Cart—has been able to introduce a completely new innovation to the one part of the push cart that still requires physical effort (besides actually walking behind the cart): setting it up and taking it down. Now, with the touch of one button, the Golferpal Push Cart automatically folds and unfolds, making packing and unpacking a breeze.

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Nike Extends Storied Uniform Design to the Golf Course

Last Updated on Sunday, 31 May 2015 19:28 Sunday, 31 May 2015 18:12

Men's Golf Championships UniformsNike Golf unveiled its newly designed custom uniforms for several of the top golf programs in the country that will compete in the Men's Golf Championships beginning May 29 at the Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Florida. The players will sport the new uniforms on the first and last days of the competition.

Designers at Nike Golf spent time with representatives from each school to identify the team's favorite logos then used them to create the new uniforms.

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Callaway Golf Announces Retail Availability of Bertha Mini 1.5

Last Updated on Sunday, 31 May 2015 18:11 Sunday, 31 May 2015 18:05

Bertha Mini 1.5CARLSBAD, California — Callaway Golf Company recently introduced the Bertha Mini 1.5, a new weapon for the long part of a player’s game. The company announced the Bertha Mini 1.5 is now available at retailers nationwide. This new club could cause golfers to rethink what’s in their bag; it’s longer than a traditional 3-wood, with higher MOI, and a 235cc head that’s 35% larger than the XR Fairway Wood to give them confidence over the ball.

Off the tee, it’s a perfect alternative for players who struggle hitting their driver, and a great addition to the bag for golfers who want a reliable option when they need less than driver. It’s also long off the fairway for better players who want to get home in two on long Par-5s.

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