Nike Golf staff member Carl Pettersson won the Chrsyler Championship, his first on the PGA Tour, using the Tour version of the SasQuatch driver.
Dana Quigley used a Guerin Rife Two Bar putter top tie for fifth at the Charles Schwab Cup Championship and secure Champions Tour money list title.
Tour Edge reports that its Bazooka JMAX Tour iron-wood recorded a top-10 finish at the Chrysler Championship.
United Sports Technologies announces the launch of its new Frequency Filtered putter shaft.
TaylorMade Golf Company unveils its new r7 CGB MAX irons.
Paul McGinley won the Volvo Masters on Sunday with a bag full of SST Pure-aligned clubs.
The winners on the PGA, Champions and Nationwide tours on Sunday used True Temper‘s Dynamic Gold shafts, the company reports.
The winner of the Charles Schwab Cup Championship used a Grafalloy prototype Comp NT shaft in his driver.
TaylorMade Golf introduces its new r7 XD irons.
TaylorMade-adidas Golf Company introduces an updated version of Miscela, a set of golf clubs specially engineered for women golfers.
SMT Golf had five competitors using its drivers in the finals at the RE/MAX World Long Drive Championships, held recently in Mesquite, Nev.
The winner of the Japan Golf Tour’s Coca-Cola Tokai Classic used the new Matrix Ozik TP-7.
FLGOLF Volvik reports on recent hole-in-ones made by players using the company’s golf balls.
Matrix reports that PGA Tour rookie Charlie Wi won the Korean Tour’s GS Caltex Masters playing the Matrix Ozik shaft in his TaylorMade R7 driver.
Odyssey announces the introduction of its new line of stainless steel Dual Force 2 Putters with a new Stronomic insert that is the firmest currently offered by Odyssey.
Matrix reports that the winner of the Mallorca Classic used the Ozik TP-7x shaft in his driver.
C-Thru Grips Inc. congratulates the winner of the 2005 SBC Championship, who won the tournament with a C-Thru Grip on his putter.
Winn Inc. announces its new product line for 2006.
Wilson Golf wins two technology awards from Golf Tips magazine.
DeLaCruz Golfintroduces its new 52-degree gap wedge and 60-degree lob wedge.
Titleist reports that it topped the golf ball count at the Funai Classic with 97 players. Titleist was also reportedly the top choice of players in the iron (27), utility iron (3), wedge (136) and putter (54) categories.