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This is sure to be a very interesting year for Nike Golf. The company’s lead spokesperson is on hiatus, and... Read more »
It’s uncanny, really, the similarities to Dr. Emmett Brown, the wild-eyed, time-traveling inventor played by Christopher Lloyd in the hit... Read more »
After waking up in Long Island at 3:40 AM and catching a 6 AM flight out of JFK, I arrived... Read more »
Besides the big companies that exhibit at the PGA Merchandise Show, there are always the little booths of industry newcomers... Read more »
Once I came to the realization that your hands are the direct link between your brain and your game, or... Read more »
This week I will be attending the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, FL. I have attended this show for the... Read more »
We have listened to the almost unanimous cries of joy over golf’s inclusion in the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.... Read more »
The annual PGA Merchandise Show kicks off next week. In the past, manufacturers used the show—where equipment companies, club pros,... Read more »
I can’t think of many great golf innovations to have come out of France—unless your post-round libation is Grey Goose.... Read more »
One of the most famous photographs in golf is of a 46-year-old Jack Nicklaus, en route to winning the 1986... Read more »
I was recently reminded that metal woods have only been around since the late 1970s. Gary Adams first showed his... Read more »
TaylorMade’s “Tour Experience” is as close as we’ll ever get to being treated like a pro Among the many perks... Read more »
Daphne’s is a remarkable company that combines excellent craftsmanship with extensive charitable efforts.
Part impulsive artist and part golf-savvy craftsman, Bob Bettinardi is the world's source for unique, custom-milled putters that tour players fawn over and collectors can't seem to get enough of.
If you thought the motion-capture technology used in such movies as Lord of the Rings and King Kong was cool,... Read more »