The winners of the PGA Tour’s <b>Valero Texas Open</b> and the Nationwide Tour’s <b>Albertsons Boise Open</b> used <b>Sonartec</b> clubs.
<B>Tour Edge</b> launches its new JMAX QL irons.
<B>Tour Edge</B> introduces its new Exotics driver.
Two players who finished in the top 10 at the <b>Georgia-Pacific Grand Champions Championship</b> used <b>Balance-Certified Golf</b>’s Pro-Balance system.
<B>True Temper</B> introduces its new M80 iron shaft.
<B>AMF Golf</B>, a division of <B>Dynamic Brands</B>, announces the creation of AMF Professional, a brand within the AMF Golf family that will feature a line of golf clubs, including woods, irons and putters.
<b>Adams Golf</b> announces the Puglielli Wedge designed by <b>Max Puglielli</b>, a club designer and director of tour operations for Adams Golf.
<b>Lopaka Golf</b> reports on its Lopaka putter, which features a zero-loft cylindrical design.
Nine of the 24 players at the <b>Presidents Cup</b> played <b>Royal Precision</b>’s Rifle shafts.
<b>Lisa Vlooswyk</b> won her fifth consecutive <b>Canadian Long Drive Championship</b>, Sept. 10-11 in Brampton, Ontario, using the <b>MFS Matrix</b> MT and LT.
According to the <b>Darrell Survey</b>, the top performer on the victorious U.S. <b>Presidents Cup</b> team used <b>Graphite Design International</b>’s prototype 85-X shaft in his driver, while the <b>Valero Texas Open</b> winner used GDI’s YS-6 shaft in his driver and 3-wood.
<B>Aldila</B> reports that according to the <b>Darrell Survey</b>, the Aldila NV series of shafts led the company to the No. 1 ranking as the leading shaft manufacturer in both woods and hybrid shafts on both the PGA and Nationwide tours last week.
Four of the top 25 finishers at the Nationwide Tour’s <b>Mark Christopher Charity Classic</b> used <b>AccuFLEX</b> shafts.
<b>Magique Golf</b> will unveil its new M-Series line of clubs when it participates in the 2005 <b>PGA Fall Expo</b>, Sept. 28-29 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nev.
Graphite shafts designed by <b>United Sports Technologies</b> won first- and second-place at the <b>Albertson’s Boise Open</b>.
<B>Accu-Length</b> reports on its exapndale spacer system for its junior
<b>Nakashima Golf</b> equipment products are now a featured product line at <b>Golf Ballistix Ltd.</b>, a full service, personal fitting golf shop in Northern Ireland.
<b>Mizuno</b> introduces its new MX-500 driver.
<b>Sonartec</b> reports that the fifth-place finisher at last week’s <b>84 Lumber Classic</b> used the company’s 19-degree Md hybrid transition club.
The winner of the Nationwide Tour’s <b>Envirocare Utah Classic</b> used a <b>Balance-Certified Golf Inc.</b>-equipped MacGregor putter.
<b>Nike Golf</b> introduces its new SasQuatch fairway metals.