Sonartec reports that the runner-up at the Michelin Championship in Las Vegas, Nev., along with a third- and eighth-place finisher, used the company’s hybrid club.
Nike Golf makes its entry in the women’s golf ball category for the first time with the new Super Lady golf ball, which is part of the company’s Power Distance series.
Callaway Golf Company announces the addition of two new models to its line of Big Bertha Heavenwood Hybrids — 6H and 7H models.
Aldila, a designer and manufacturer of graphite wood and irons shafts, had three wins this past week with players using its NV shafts.
<b>Feel Golf</b> releases its new Triple Threat Ti-Carbon drivers at the 2005 <b>Las Vegas PGA Show</b> and reports positive reviews.
Graphite shafts by United Sports Technologies were used by the first-, second- and third-place finishers at the Michelin Championship at Las Vegas.
Element 21 Golf Company announces its new scandium metal alloy driver.
Infiniti Golf reports on a recent GolfWeb test of its ProPulsion 460 driver.
Graphite Design International‘s YS-6 model was the most-played graphite wood shaft at the Michelin Championship at Las Vegas, according to the Darrell Survey.
Flgolf reports on a hole-in-one made with the Volvik crystal yellow golf ball.
The winner of the Samsung World Championship used Lamkin Crossline grips.
<b>AccuFLEX Golf</b> announces that it has teamed up with two-time RE/MAX World Long Drive champion <b>Sean "The Beast" Fister</b> to design the new Ultra Boom shaft that Fister will use at the RE/MAX World Long Drive Championships, Oct. 20 in Mesquite, Nev.
<b>United Sports Technologies</b> announces that <b>Adams Golf</b> has added the company’s new Proforce V2 shaft as a stock option in its Redline RPM 460 Dual driver.
<B>Cobra Golf</B> introduces the King Cobra Speed Series, which consists of four models, each designed for distinct player types and their specific ball speeds.
Seven players using <b>Guerin Rife</b> putters finished inside the top 20 at the <b>Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn</b>.
<B>Harrison Sports</b> reports that two fourth-place finishers at the <b>Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn</b> used Harrison-branded shafts.
<B>Maxfli Golf</B> complements its popular BlackMAX golf ball with RedMAX, which places a premium on distance and soft feel.
<B>La Jolla Club Golf Comp.</B> introduces a set of Knife wedges, featuring the same three-blade technology as its Knife fairway woods, hybrids and irons. The Knife wedges will begin shipping in the fall of 2005.
The winner of the European Tour’s <b>Abama Open de Canarias</b> used a Sonartec Md.
<B>Gaim Golf</b> reports that its G360 putter has been chosen for the "Best Kept Secret" award for in the first <b>Golf Illustrated</b> Baggy Awards.
<B>Maxfli Golf</b> introduces a box of its four Noodle ball models — the Long and Soft Noodle, the Longest Noodle, the Softest Noodle and Noodle Ice.