Miura Golf Reveals Two New Irons

Miura Golf has introduced two new irons to their MG Collection —  the CB-1008 cavity back for higher handicappers and the MB-5005 muscle back for better players. The CB-1008 player’s cavity back is forged from a billet of soft carbon steel. It features a wider sole (19mm on the 7-iron) that significantly contributes to the iron’s Read more…

ALINE Racks Up PGA Tour Player Support

Footwear Insole Helps Performance, Reduces Fatigue

ALINE, creators of a new class of golf equipment that replaces your shoes insoles, announced that PGA Tour Professionals, including Ken Duke, Kevin Kisner, Adam Hadwin, Kevin Na, D.A. Points and over 40 more have worn their patented Foot Suspension System this year. Each week, more and more players on the PGA Tour are discovering the Read more…

Popticals Perfect Sunglasses For Golf

If you’re like many golfers who, when not wearing sunglasses, place them on your head, hang on your shirt or stuff them in the golf bag only to have them scratched or broken, that concern has now been eliminated by Popticals, manufacturer of Italian-made high-performance sunglasses. Developed by entrepreneur David Porter to address the issue Read more…

Bloodline RJ-1 Blade Putter Rolls Out

It was quite the coming out part for the new Bloodline R1-J Blade putter: the U.S. Open at Erin Hills this past week, where one player put the distinctive red want into his bag. It’s been that kind of year for the upstart company: though the Bloodline brand only launched earlier this year, both their Read more…

SST Pure Makes Mark On U.S. Open

SST Pure, golf’s global leader in computerized analysis and alignment of golf shafts, reports that it has “Pured” shafts for nearly 20 percent of the PGA Tour professionals playing in the 2017 U.S. Open. Six of these players are ranked in the top 10 in the FedExCup standings. “It’s exciting to see so many PGA Tour professionals competing Read more…

My Swing Golf: A New 3D Frontier

The golf arena is loaded with high-tech training aids and swing-tweaking gadgets, but MySwing Golf and its full-body, real-time 3D motion capture system really stands out. The product grew out of the movie industry, specifically the motion capture process that’s part of just about every sci-fi and adventure flick and TV show these days. The product’s creator, Read more…

Zero Friction Distance Pro Golf Glove

It was really the last frontier of app-driven GPS golf course rangefinders: Not the wrist — there are plenty of GPS watches out there — but the hand itself. As in the golf glove worn by the majority of players. Long known for their excellent golf balls and other accessories, Zero Friction introduced its Distance Read more…

Miura Hayate Driver, Fairway Metals Debut

Miura Golf has introduced its new Hayate driver and fairway woods. Pronounced “hi yaw tay,” Hayate directly translates to “the sound of the wind,” says Bill Holowaty, COO of Miura Golf.  “The Miura family has worked long and hard to create models that offer forged excellence to golfers who don’t strike the ball consistently. The Read more…

Blast Motion 360 A Putting Revelation

Unique Training Aid Finds Your Perfect Rhythm

By now most golfers are familiar with all types of game-tracking gizmos that rely on a Bluetooth connection between a club-mounted transmitter — most of them screw into the small hole on the end of a club’s grip — and a smart phone or tablet app. Blast Motion Golf 360 is part of that family, Read more…

Cobra One-Length Irons

An Old Idea Gets A Modern Update

In the world of golf equipment, the adage that “everything old is new again’’ is commonplace. The U.S. Golf Association’s rules on equipment — everything from club head size to shaft length to moment of inertia — make most of today’s clubs just variations of themes from 10, 20, 30 years ago, and beyond. That’s Read more…

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