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.
The winner of the Nationwide Tour’s <b>Gila River Classic</b> used <b>United Sports Technologies</b>’ graphite shafts, while the winner of the Champions Tour’s <b>Greater Hickory Classic at Rock Barn</b> used Harmon Tour Design shafts.
The winner of the Nationwide Tour’s <b>Gila River Golf Classic</b> used <b>Nickent Golf</b>’s 3DX Ironwood.
The winner of the Nationwide Tour’s <b>The Gila River Golf Classic</b> used an <b>AccuFLEX</b> ICON HL shaft.
Five of the top 10 finishers at the <b>WGC-American Express Championship</b> used <b>Grafalloy</b> shafts in their woods, including five shafts in the bags of players finishing tied for third or better.
<B>Aldila</B> reports that the winner of the Nationwide Tour’s <b>Gila River Classic</b> used an NV 65 shaft.
<b>AccuFLEX Golf</b> reports that the second- and ninth-place finishers at the <b>Gila River Golf Classic</b> used the Evolution shaft and the the ICON HL shaft, respectively.
<b>Tiger Woods</b> used <b>Nike Golf</b>’s Ignite driver and One Platinum ball en route to winning the <b>WGC-American Express Championship</b>.
<b>Graphite Design International</b> won the brand count for wood shafts at the <b>WGC-American Express Championship</b>, and the manufacturer, brand and model counts at the <b>Coca Cola Tokai Classic</b> on the Japan PGA Tour, according to the <b>Darrell Survey</b>.
<b>Vulcan Golf</b> introduces its Sniper hybrid transition woods.
<b>Akira</b> reports on its new ADR woods and irons, which were introduced last month.
<B>Feel Golf Co.</B> recently released its new Triple Threat Ti-Carbon drivers.
<b>Tom Jenkins</b> recorded a second-place finish at the <b>SAS Championship</b> using the <b>Balance-Certified Golf</b> Pro-Balance shaft weighting system installed in his putter.
<B>Mizuno</B> introduces its MX-900 irons, designed primarily for mid- to high-handicap players.
Two of the finalists for the <b>World Long Drive Championship</b> later this month in Mesquite, Nev., will use <b>Powerbilt</b>’s new 460cc driver.
<b>Bridgestone Golf</b>, which recently launched Bridgestone Tour B330 and B330-S golf balls, announces that it will extend its golf ball offering with the introduction of the e5 and e6 balls.
The runner-up at the SAS Championship used a <b>Harrison Sports</b> Impulse Hybrid shaft in his <b>Adams</b> hybrid club, while a sixth-place finisher at the <b>Chrysler Classic of Greensboro</b> played a Harrison Pro 2.5 graphite shaft in his <b>TaylorMade</b> 5-wood.
<b>The GolfWorks</b> introduces its KE4 irons, a dual adjustable-weight iron design with more versatility and playability.
<B>AccuFLEX Golf</B> reports that two players recorded top-10 finishes at <b>The Oregon Classic</b>, using AccuFLEX equipment.