New year, new gear: Kuchar on adding new gear
Matt Kuchar explains the process of adding new equipment. Get your Bridgestone Golf gear at Golfsmith .
Kuchar on getting fit for his Bridgestone ball
Matt Kuchar explains his change to a new Bridgestone golf ball. Get your Bridgestone golf balls at Golfsmith .
Introducing the new Bridgestone Tour B330 series
Take a look at the new Bridgestone Tour B330 golf ball series with better distance and control around the greens. Get your Bridgestone golf balls at Golfsmith .
PGA Show: Adams explains forged vs. cast irons
Matt Adams explains the difference between forged and cast irons at the 2016 PGA Merchandise Show.
Holiday Gift Guide: Bridgestone, Golf Pride, Bushnell Golf
Lauren Thompson shows you the top gifts to give a golfer including, Bridgestone, Bushnell Golf And Golf Pride. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.gift of confidence, and who doesn't need more of that on the golf course , in your favorite golfer's hands, for the number one. Hybrid grip on tour used by pros like Rory McIlroy, the top rank
Equipment: Callaway, Bridgestone add to lines
Matt Ginella and Mike Stachura, senior equipment editor for Golf Digest, discuss the latest equipment offerings from Callaway and Bridgestone. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.your standard issue force irons. You've got the. Dual pocket forge that Fred Couples is gonna be using and, and a driving iron called the DF that is really a two piece forging with a cavity that's actually hidden internally. So there's, there's a lot of high-speed technology in forgings today. We just had a pretty good conversation on the state of the game. Mr. Palmer weighing in on Golf Channel . Dot com. I'd be curious to hear your thoughts on not just the state of the game but as specifically as it
Be the ball: The importance of ball fitting
Damon Hack gets a ball fitting from Bridgestone. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.trees. And you're just not gonna have as much fun on the golf course . Nobody wants that. What about the pros, the best players in the world, do they get? We fit everybody, so you could be a FedEx Cup champion like Brandt Snedeker, or you could be a thirty handicapper playing with your weekend buddies, so it doesn't matter who you are, we'll fit you, we'll show you the results, we'll have you hit a bunch of shots with your current ball And we'll show you what Bridgestone Ball's best for your game. You Baco at Chambers Bay side of the US Open , myself, my partner Gary Williams against Car Robinson and Charlie Rammer. I got 30 feet for par for us to win our match, up and down with the putt look at right, left, right, double break, and let me tell you what Dominic, I rolled that sucker in. Made the par putt, raised my putter. As if I was Jack Nicklaus . I know that's putting. I think we might be doing something different today. What are you going to have me do in
Gift ideas from Bridgestone, Callaway, and Bushnell
'Morning Drive’ host Matt Ginella takes a look at gifts for the avid golfer. Gift ideas in this special feature include Bridgestone e6 Golf Ball, Callaway Apex Irons, and Bushnell Neo X Golf GPS Watch.from all 32 NFL teams and over 20 college teams. For the super fans , Bridgestone has also introduced a new NFL team logo hats to complement the golf balls. For more information, go to bridgestonegolf.com. Next, the Callaway Apex Irons. If you ask any golfer what they want this holiday season, guaranteed, it's distance. Why not give it to them in the form of the forged iron with an ultra hot face for increased ball speeds, a larger sweet spot for maximized forgiveness in launch angle and a forged carbon steel body for soft responsive feel. Premium offerings on over a dozen
Latest buzz: New advances in golf ball technology
George Savaricas checks out the new NXT balls from Titleist, Charlie Rymer looks into Callaway's new Speed Regime balls and Matt Ginella has the scoop on the new BB30 series balls from Bridgestone Golf. From 2014 PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.V1 and Pro V1x, we see a lot of guys in the PGA Tour using that ball. I wanna know for the amateur, how did they decide which model is best to suit them. -Well, we feel that and we have data to support this that the Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls are gonna help golfers of all skill levels, all swing speeds, all the golfers shoot a lower score. But golfers have preferences and, sometimes, they're looking for things like a softer feel, a more durable construction or maybe a yellow color . And we use our performance models, NXT Tour, NXT Tour S and Velocity and even DT Solo to provide golfers with some of those preference options. They're more durable golf balls than you might find in Pro V1 or Pro V1x and we can also sell them at a little more appealing price.