The winner of the HSBC Champions used Royal Precision‘s Rifle Flighted steel shafts in his irons.
Stulz Golf Technologies launches its Nano Arrow shafts.
In recent consumer testing, administered nationally by Pub Links Golfer magazine, SMT Golf‘s new Durometer series wedge was awarded a Players’ Choice Award.
DivnickGolf unveils its new driver that is reportedly 50 percent longer than all brand-name drivers.
The winner of the Tour Championship used a MacGregor by Bobby Grace M6.4K-GT series putter.
Nickent reports that it finished as the No. 3 overall hybrid on the 2005 PGA Tour in its first full year with representation on the tour.
Lamkin reports that the first- and second-place winners at the Mizuno Classic used its grips.
Two of the top four finishers at the Tour Championship, including champion Bart Bryant, used Grafalloy‘s Blue in their clubs.
The winner of the Southern Farm Bureau Classic used Royal Precision‘s Rifle steel shafts.
Adams Golf reports that for the second consecutive week, the winner of a PGA Tour event had an Adams Golf club in his bag. Bart Bryant used the Adams Golf Idea hybrid en route to winning the Tour Championship.
PGMC announces that Accra-branded shafts are now available at more than 150 locations in North America.
FLGOLF Volvik reports on recent holes-in-one made with its crystal golf balls.
Cobra Golf introduces the King Cobra Speed Series fairway metals.
Daito Golf reports that 23 percent of the field at the recent Quebec PGA Championship used the company’s putters, including the second- and third-place finishers.
Element 21 Golf Company reports that its new Scandium shafts are being used on the PGA Tour.
Guerin Rife reports that the second-place finisher at the Chrysler Championship used its putter.
AccuFLEX Golf‘s Evolution shaft receives the 2005 Shaft Tech Award, presented by Golf Tips Magazine in its November/December 2005 issue.
Mitchell Golf announces a new True Temper "Gold Certified" shaft performance fitting program to the schedule of Mitchell Golf Equipment Institute in Orlando, Fla.
Nickent Golf reports that the third-place finisher at the Chrysler Championship and two top-10 finishers at the Nationwide Tour Championship used its 3DX Ironwood.
According to the Darrell Survey, 15 players at the Nationwide Tour Championship used Nickent Golf‘s 3DX Ironwood and Nickent Golf was the leading hybrid manufacturer.
Tour Edge reports that its Bazooka JMAX Tour iron-wood recorded a top-10 finish at the Chrysler Championship.