Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 January 2015 20:06 Tuesday, 27 January 2015 20:02
Nike Golf is pleased to announce the addition of Chinese athlete Simin Feng to its talented Tour roster to represent the brand as a head-to-toe athlete. She will make her professional debut as a Nike Golf athlete at the Coates Golf Championship in Ocala, Fla.
Feng played at Vanderbilt University from 2013-14. She captured two individual titles and also helped lead her team win a title at the SEC Championship and the NCAA East Regional. The 19-year-old led her team in scoring with a 71.74 stroke average.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 January 2015 18:49 Wednesday, 21 January 2015 18:38
FORT WORTH, Texas — Ben Hogan Golf Equipment Company debuts the new TK 15 wedges that will revolutionize the way people integrate wedges into their set.
“It is no secret that Mr. Hogan was deadly accurate with his wedges and short irons,” said Justin Honea, Director of R&D of the Ben Hogan Golf Equipment Company. “Our goal with the TK 15 wedges was to make the most accurate Hogan wedges ever, while at the same time making them playable from any lie. Mr. Hogan would be proud of these.”
Last Updated on Sunday, 18 January 2015 19:54 Sunday, 18 January 2015 19:46
COVINGTON, GA — Bridgestone Golf will reveal its new J15 Forged Wedges at the 2015 PGA Merchandise Show. The J15 Forged Wedges rely on a combination of 3 innovative technologies to ensure the ultimate in spin and versatility.
“Bridgestone is proud of the wedges that we have put into the market over the years, but we know based on our extensive R&D testing that our new J15 Forged line offer best in class spin and versatility,” said Josh Kinchen, Golf Clubs and Accessories Marketing Manager, Bridgestone Golf, Inc. “Feel and spin control have been vastly improved in going from our previous cast wedges to the new J15 Forged line. It speaks to our commitment to provide superior performing clubs to our loyal customers.”
Last Updated on Sunday, 18 January 2015 19:46 Sunday, 18 January 2015 19:37
With three sole grinds made from the hands of Master Craftsman Mike Taylor, the new Nike Golf Engage wedges are the newest solution to help athletes such as Rory McIlroy both score and escape adverse conditions on the course.
The name Engage comes from three important interactions between the golf club and the turf, the club face and the golf ball and the connection between the athlete and his or her equipment.
Last Updated on Monday, 12 January 2015 21:19 Monday, 12 January 2015 20:49
PHOENIX, Arizona — Game-changing innovation and expanded custom-fitting opportunities provided the inspiration for PING’s newest products, which the company announced. The Glide wedges, G30 LS Tec (Low-Spin Technology) driver, Cadence TR putters and Rhapsody women’s line each showcase PING’s primary point of difference: its ability to make measurable performance gains without sacrificing any important attributes.
The Glide wedges are engineered from the hands down (grip to sole) to optimize versatility and control. The G30 LS Tec driver (PING’s third G30 driver model) combines lower spin with a high MOI. Cadence TR putters offer traditional- and heavy-weighted models to match a player’s stroke tempo and feel preference. Rhapsody clubs for women are engineered for slower swing speeds. Beginning today, the product line can be pre-ordered at PING-authorized golf shops around the world.
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