National: Equipment Reviews
Last Updated on Thursday, 23 April 2015 02:29 Thursday, 23 April 2015 02:20
MANHATTAN BEACH, California — While colored golf balls slowly became acceptable on the course, it wasn’t until Ricky Fowler burst onto the scene — literally in his Sunday Orange in homage to his alma mater Oklahoma State University — that loud and proud colors became the signature for serious golf passion. From golf apparel and accessories to driver heads, club shafts and grips, customization and color matching has become the way to express your individual style both on and off the golf course.
SnapCap™ Golf’s colorful split ferrules were designed to allow golfers to change out the standard boring black ferrules on the end of your club shafts and replace them with vibrant colors and metallic finishes.
Last Updated on Monday, 20 April 2015 23:02 Monday, 20 April 2015 22:36
VÄxjö, Sweden — Galvin Green announces the introduction of its Spring/Summer 2015 GORE-TEX Paclite outerwear range featuring stretch fabric engineered to be exceptionally lightweight, remarkably breathable and completely waterproof.
Showcased in a new video available at vimeo.com/122302121, Galvin Green’s latest GORE-TEX Paclite jackets and pants boast a streamlined aesthetic for ideal freedom of movement. Designed for golfers by golfers, each premium garment reflects the company’s “We Never Compromise” approach, which has contributed to its position as the No. 1 global partner of GORE-TEX in golf.
Last Updated on Monday, 20 April 2015 22:36 Monday, 20 April 2015 22:30
CHARLESTON, South Carolina — ScoreBand has unveiled its latest offering, the ScoreBand PULSE, golf’s most value-laden laser rangefinder. A compact rangefinder, the PULSE retails for $179.99, considerably widening the market for economic-minded consumers reluctant to take the leap for pricier laser rangefinders.
“With 400-yard range and pinpoint accuracy, the performance of the ScoreBand PULSE is equal to any rangefinder on the market, and it far exceeds the competition in the value it delivers,” said Jody Murdough, ScoreBand president. “The PULSE’s consumer-friendly price point is appealing, but what golfers should find most attractive is the quality of our product. The PULSE makes the game more fun. Instantly knowing precise distance to the target improves player confidence and ultimately helps improve pace of play.”
Last Updated on Monday, 20 April 2015 22:29 Monday, 20 April 2015 22:19
MARLBOROUGH, Massachusetts — CHAMP/MacNeill Engineering Worldwide announces new digi-camo color options for its popular C1 putter grip family, including the patriotic themed “Old Glory” and the bluegreen “Rain Forest.”
The C1 line is made from an ultra-soft, super lightweight and great feeling polyurethane material. These new bold color options incorporate an updated reminder-notch pattern for unmatched control on the greens. Offered in medium and large sizes to meet the market’s demand for thicker and more stable putter grips, the C1 virtually eliminates wrist break-down for a more repetitive and consistent stroke.
Last Updated on Monday, 20 April 2015 22:19 Monday, 20 April 2015 22:10
BATAVIA, Illinois — Tour Edge prides itself on offering golf products with the latest technology, but at price points that are affordable. The new HP Series counter-balanced putter fills that niche with a $99.99 price tag.
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