OnCore Golf introduces hollow-core Caliber ball
OnCore Golf, developer of the first USGA-approved hollow-core golf ball, has made its new Caliber ball available online at OnCoreGolf.com and at select retail locations nationwide.
Adidas actively seeking to sell its golf brands
Adidas announced Wednesday that it is "actively seeking" to sell its various golf brands, a group that includes TaylorMade, Adams and Ashworth.
Skytrak: Personal launch monitor, simulator
Ever wondered how much better you could become if you only had your own launch monitor? Now you can find out. (Uh-oh, no more excuses.) Introducing Skytrak.
Callaway unveils Chrome Soft balls in Truvis yellow and black
Callaway has introduced another Truvis version of its Chrome Soft ball. This version is a yellow ball with black pentagons. The original Truvis Chrome Soft ball was white with red pentagons.
Puma releases Fowler's scripting for Masters
If Rickie Fowler is going to break through to claim his first major at next week's Masters, he'll be doing it in the colorful clothing we've all come to expect.
Adidas releases Masters scripting for Day, Garcia, DJ
Jason Day has won two straight PGA Tour starts, and he's not changing anything up, at least with his wardrobe, for the first major of the year.
TaylorMade plans cutback on product launches
TaylorMade-Adidas Golf, currently conducting a strategic review of its business in the wake of two years of declining sales, will cut back on its product launches.
Nike debuts Lunar Force 1 G
Thirty-four years after Nike debuted the Air Force 1, a shoe that was destined to become one of its most popular models, the company is taking the design to the golf course.
Koepka, Finau sign with Nike Golf
Nike Golf has added a pair of young bombers to its roster, as Brooks Koepka and Tony Finau have both signed with the club manufacturer for 2016.
TaylorMade introduces M2 club line
TaylorMade Golf has announced the completion of its M family through the introduction of M2 drivers, fairway woods and Rescue clubs.