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.
AccuFLEX Golf users capture the 10th and 11th RE/MAX World Long Drive Championships titles in Mesquite, Nev.
Infiniti Golf reports that its Hot Shot utility wood received the highest overall score in individual test categories and has been awarded the Golf Test USA Seal of Excellence.
Innovex Golf Company announces the launch of its Cup-Face Design (CfD) driver, immediately available in 10- and 12-degree versions.
Two of the top five finishers at the Champions Tour SBC Championship, including Dana Quigley, used Guerin Rife putters.
True Temper‘s Dynamic Gold shafts were used by the PGA, Champions and European tour winners.
The defending champion at the Funai Classic was one of three players collecting a top-10 finish while playing Sonartec equipment.
AccuFLEX Golf reports that it won its second consecutive Men’s Open Division RE/MAX World Long Drive title in Mesquite, Nev., when Sean "The Beast" Fister sent a drive 377 yards.
Tour Golf Products adds to its line of weight-adjustable heads with the addition of a three-way adjustable hybrid club, the Limited Edition 2403.
Tiger Woods is testing Nike Golf‘s new SasQuatch 460 driver by putting it in play at the PGA Tour’s FUNAI Classic in Orlando, Fla., less than two weeks month from when the SasQuatch will arrive in stores on Nov. 1.
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.
Aldila, a designer and manufacturer of graphite wood and irons shafts, had three wins this past week with players using its NV shafts.
Callaway Golf Company announces the addition of two new models to its line of Big Bertha Heavenwood Hybrids — 6H and 7H models.
<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.