Sacks Parente Putters Seek Perfection

It’s not easy breaking into the crowded and mega-competitive putter space, but Southern California-based Sacks Parente — named for founders and longtime golf entrepreneurs Steve Sacks and Richard Parente — are making quite a go of it with four models: the Series 39 Blade, Series 54 Mallet, Series 66i Cavity Back, and Series 18 Cavity Read more…

Golf Pride Adds Align Technology To Z-Grip

Golf Grip manufacturer Golf Pride  will offer the brand’s Z-Grip with its popular ALIGN Technology in 2019. The company made the announcement at the PGA Merchandise Show in January. According to a recent survey, Golf Pride says ALIGN Technology is now used by 74 PGA Tour players. This technology was first introduced in Golf Pride Read more…

Callaway Epic Flash Drivers Embrace A.I.

Flash Face Technology Is ‘Impressive’

Callaway Golf CEO Chip Brewer’s job is to be bullish on his company’s products, but Brewer is more animated than usual when it comes to the new Epic Flash driver, which went on sale in retail shops Feb. 1. “Probably the most impressive driver product I’ve been part of,’’ Brewer said. “And with this AI Read more…

Two Ways To Beat Winter Golf

Take Your Game Indoors With These Products
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Like many millions of Americans who live north of a certain latitude — or in my case, above 4,000 feet — winter golf is a dicey proposition unless we head for Florida, Arizona, Mexico, the Caribbean, Hawaii … you know, those balmy locales that infiltrate our dreams through the long, cold nights. Sometimes we get Read more…

PGA Show Download: TecTecTec Rangefinders

Golf Tips got its first look at the TecTecTec brand of affordable rangefinders in 2018, and its recently-launched ULT-X rangefinder is even  more feature-packed and impressive in function, finish and price. Add in new satellite GPS watch, ULT-G, which was rolled out during the PGA Merchandise show in January, and we’ve got gadgets worth a Read more…

Go Lugless And Ship Your Clubs

New Service Saves Money, Time And Effort

In the nickel-and-dime economic model of today’s airline business, hauling your precious set of clubs across the country for a long-planned buddy trip can get downright daunting in terms of cost. But there’s a new service called Lugless that’ll soften the financial blow of traveling for golf, and do so efficiently and simply. In short, LugLess will Read more…

Ping G410 Drivers More Customizable Than Ever

Puts Tour-Level Fitting Into Amateur Golfers’ Hands
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Significant advancements in custom fitting and the highest MOIs and ball speeds available highlight the new PING G410 Plus and G410 SFT drivers. The multi-material drivers are available for pre-order today, and custom fitting at authorized PING golf shops around the world beginning in mid-February. “We’ve continued to increase both forgiveness and distance in the Read more…

Five More Great Finds From 2019 PGA Show

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There’s a mountain of information, interviews, photography and analysis for Golf Tips editors to download from the 2019 PGA Show in Orlando, and we’ll continue to roll out our equipment news and notes from the show over the coming weeks and in our May-June 2019 print edition. For now, let’s check out a handful of Read more…

PGA Show Day 4: 5 Final Golf Gear Thoughts

Friday at the PGA Show is like a leisurely stroll after a marathon: You can actually savor the sights along the way rather than mark your progress through a grueling, if rewarding, journey. The aisles are less crowded, booths are more accessible and the reps in them are taking almost a visible deep breath, that Read more…

PGA Show Day 3: 5 Golf Geek Greats

Perhaps it’s little surprise that there seems to be one constant theme (stream?) running through the long, noisy, crowded and colorful aisles at Orange County Convention Center as the PGA Merchandise Show wraps up its third full day: High-tech golf geek gadgetry rules. We kept that, among other things, in mind when choosing our top Read more…

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