Last Updated on Thursday, 22 January 2015 19:49 Thursday, 22 January 2015 19:33
FAIRHAVEN, Massachusetts — It’s hard to belive 15 years have passed since the first Titleist Pro V1 was introduced.
It was in October 2000 when the original Pro V1 prototype first appeared on the PGA Tour at the Invensys Classic in Las Vegas. Forty-seven players put the ball in play that week, marking one of the largest pluralistic shifts of equipment at one event in golf history. In March 2001, just months after launching to golf shops, Titleist Pro V1 became the best-selling golf ball in the marketplace.
Bridgestone’s Newly Redesigned E-Series Balls Tackle Flight Challenges and Deliver Increased Distance
Last Updated on Thursday, 22 January 2015 06:20 Thursday, 22 January 2015 06:10
COVINGTON, Georgia — Bridgestone Golf announced the launch of its newly redesigned e-Series golf balls. The 2015 e-Series models will continue to deliver the exceptional flight performance golfers trust and expect and the introduction of Bridgestone’s proprietary, breakthrough WEB Dimple Technology brings added distance across the line. Bridgestone will continue to proudly manufacture the e-Series in the USA.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 January 2015 19:01 Tuesday, 20 January 2015 18:57
NORTH PALM BEACH, Florida — Nicklaus Golf Balls announces a special offer in honor of the Golden Bear’s 75th birthday, wherein customers can purchase three dozen Nicklaus Golf Balls for the bundle price of $75, beginning on Nicklaus’ birthday, January 21st, and valid through the end of the month.
This limited-time offer provides significant value - including savings up to $21 a purchase - on the company’s critically acclaimed models, which are available in three unique options to benefit players of all skill levels. Available at www.nicklaus.com, the special includes free shipping and handling.
Last Updated on Sunday, 18 January 2015 19:11 Sunday, 18 January 2015 18:59
CHICAGO, Illinois — Wilson Staff has transformed golf ball technology to claim the title of offering the softest golf balls available in all three categories – 2-piece, 3-piece and urethane.
The new 29 compression DUO™ and its companion product, the 35 compression DUO Spin™, build on the success of the original 40-compression DUO ball. Wilson Staff established its low compression leadership with the launch of the Staff Titanium™ in 1997.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 December 2014 23:59 Wednesday, 17 December 2014 22:39
CARLSBAD, California — Callaway Golf Company officially announced the new Chrome Soft Golf Ball, a product the company says will completely redefine golf ball performance and change the category.
Chrome Soft is the only ball that has the new proprietary SoftFast Core with low compression and the Tour Urethane cover. This leads to low spin off the tee for incredible ball speed and distance, a low 65 compression to compress the ball on iron shots for incredibly soft feel, and excellent control for aggressive shots into the green. With Chrome Soft, golfers no longer have to choose between great feel and hitting the ball farther.
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