Last Updated on Sunday, 13 November 2016 18:04 Sunday, 13 November 2016 17:57
SCOTTSDALE, Arizona — Glove It introduces the new 2017 collection of sporty, chic golf, tennis, and active lifestyle accessories.
The Glove It 2017 collection includes new 14- way golf bags, wristlets and tennis totes along with product staples; gloves, visors, club covers, carry all bags, shoe bags, towels, tennis backpacks, and tote bags all in coordinating prints.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 08 November 2016 21:37 Sunday, 06 November 2016 18:32
EDMONTON, Alberta (Gord Montgomery/iG) — Today’s technology, as we know it, keeps getting better and better. And in the case of Zero Friction, smaller.
The industry giant, known primarily for its tees, is now into the GPS market but in a dif-ferent way than one would expect. Their newest product, known as the Distance Pro GPS Glove, was on display at the 2016 PGA of Alberta Buying Show in Edmonton and was meeting with enthusiasm from course owners and operators.
Last Updated on Thursday, 03 November 2016 20:19 Thursday, 03 November 2016 20:12
OAK BROOK TERRACE, Illinois — Zero Friction has unveiled a new promo video featuring Johnny Miller and the new DistancePro GPS glove. The 30-second promo, which can be found online at vimeo.com, features Miller on the golf course stating, “The Zero Friction DistancePro GPS Glove, wearable technology, the first of its kind.”
The Zero Friction DistancePro GPS Glove was introduced at the PGA Fashion & Demo Experience in Vegas this past August, and the company has already received hundreds of pre-orders for the wearable GPS golf glove.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 November 2016 19:02 Wednesday, 02 November 2016 18:55
MELVILLE, New York — Under Armour Eyewear, the worldwide leader in performance eyewear, is pleased to announce that their collection styles will be available at the new PGA Tour Superstore in Woodlands, Texas, this November.
In time for the holiday gift-giving season, the new Woodlands location will offer the most comprehensive selection of Under Armour Eyewear for avid golfers in the area. Consumers will be able to review the new sport specific and lifestyle performance styles for men, women and youth. The new 2017 collection will include UA Octane featuring UA Game Day lenses, a lens tint technology specifically designed to heighten ball contrast and improve performance out on the course.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 02 November 2016 05:59 Wednesday, 02 November 2016 05:26
EDMONTON, Alberta (Gord Montgomery/iG) — If you’re looking to become a PLYR, both on and off the golf course, then a new Saskatchewan clothing company may have the answer you’re looking for.
While this may not be the clothing line for every golfer, or golf course for that matter, this new brand of apparel that’s geared toward a young population is swinging into the golf market in a noticeable way.
The company known as PLYR, headed up by Chase Porter and his partner Brandon Kuse, aren’t out necessarily to take business away from the major players in the golf clothing industry. What they are here to do is help outfit those who aren’t into the country club look of tailored pants and shirts.
“We’re identified as a casual golf brand,” Kuse noted.
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