National: What's New
Last Updated on Sunday, 24 July 2016 18:09 Sunday, 24 July 2016 18:04
IRVINE, California — Premier club designer and manufacturer Fourteen Golf officially launched the black-finish version of its new RM-22 wedges, the latest evolution of the company’s widely-renowned tour-quality wedges.
Earlier this year, the RM-22 received Golf Digest’s Hot List Award for 2016, the seventh consecutive year in which Fourteen Golf’s wedges have been so honored.
Last Updated on Sunday, 24 July 2016 18:04 Sunday, 24 July 2016 18:00
SAN DIEGO, California — Lamkin Corporation announces the release of its Gold Medal Edition Wrap-Tech grip, inspired by the sporting events taking place in Rio de Janeiro this summer. The grip (starting at $5.99) will be available in standard and midsize models for a limited time only at LamkinGrips.com.
Favored by PGA Tour player Miguel Angel Jimenez, the Wrap-Tech features Lamkin’s proprietary Double-Helix pattern designed with a smooth spiral for comfort and a high-traction spiral for increased control. The proprietary metallic compound adds enhanced tackiness and a lighter, softer feel for unmatched grip comfort.
Last Updated on Sunday, 24 July 2016 18:04 Sunday, 24 July 2016 17:57
The PGA of Canada recently announced a partnership extension with SkyCaddie® for the 2016-2017 season. The agreement sees SkyCaddie remain the Official RangeFinder of the PGA of Canada.
A strong supporter of PGA professionals around the world, SkyCaddie has been the Official RangeFinder of the PGA of Canada since 2007.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 July 2016 01:36 Tuesday, 19 July 2016 01:29
TACOMA, Washington — BIG MAX GOLF, the No. 1 golf trolley brand in Europe and global pioneer of the three-wheeled push cart, announces that the award-winning Autofold FF push cart is now available for purchase at bigmaxusa.com and through popular online retailers such as Golfsmith, PGA Tour Superstore and TGW.
Last Updated on Monday, 18 July 2016 00:49 Monday, 18 July 2016 00:37
EDMONTON, Alberta (Gord Montgomery/iG) — Trees are our friends. Well, maybe except in the case of when they get in the way of letting the sunshine reach a putting green.
But instead of simply dealing harshly with those offending buddies by cutting them down or thinning them out, the Ranch Golf & Country Club, just west of Edmonton, moved the putting green and left the trees alone.
“We rebuilt the hole completely from 100 yards and in,” Murray McCourt, the executive pro/GM at the track, a former site of the Canadian Tour’s Telus Open, said. “In that pro-cess we moved the green about 30 yards forward and a little more to the right.
Page 9 of 213