In Play: Don't get duped by counterfeit
In Play give you tips on how to avoid being duped making your next golf equipment purchase, and also offers advice for those who think they may have been victimized.
In Play: Counterfeit Golf Clubs part 1
Golf equipment counterfeiting in the U.S. is a thriving hundred million dollar business. We focus on the efforts being made by the industry’s leading anti-counterfeiting group to fight this rampant problem, which not only affects golf equipment manufacturers but unknowing consumers as well. Part 1 of 2. Watch Part 2 .
In Play: Counterfeit Golf Clubs part 2
Golf equipment counterfeiting in the U.S. is a thriving hundred million dollar business. We focus on the efforts being made by the industry’s leading anti-counterfeiting group to fight this rampant problem, which not only affects golf equipment manufacturers but unknowing consumers as well. Part 2 of 2. Watch Part 1 .
Tech talk: Cobra Design Lab
Damon Hack and Golf Digest equipment editor Mike Stachura discuss Cobra Golf's effort to design high-tech and colorful drivers, Bubba Watson's visit to Ping and what clubs Brendon Todd used to win the HP Bryon Nelson Championship. Watch Morning Drive 7AM ET.
Gift ideas from Superstroke, Cobra and Ping
'Morning Drive’ host Matt Ginella takes a look at gifts for the avid golfer. Gift ideas in this special feature include Superstroke Flatso Line Putter Grips, Cobra Baffler XL Driver and Ping L8 Carry Bag.The gift ideas keep coming as we highlight some smart options for the avid golfer in your life. Today, we start with the SuperStroke Flatso Line Putter Grips. SuperStroke Flatso 1.7 is 1.7 inches in diameter and weighs 100 grams. You have cross traction technology for improved feel and tackiness. Flat top pentagonal design which increases shoulder rotation and decreases wrist activity creating more repeatable putting stroke. SuperStroke Flatso also comes in a 1.4for kids and comes in 4 different colors. Tomorrow, another day of gift ideas right here on Morning Drive.
New edition: Ping releases i25 golf club series
Matt Ginella takes a look at Ping’s new i25 line of game-improvement golf clubs at 2014 PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.Ping products. Remember two years ago they released the i20 family of golf clubs ? This year it's the i25. Any family starts with the big pop, the driver, has racing stripes this year. Those help not only visually with your alignment but also your swing pack. That also exists on the three wood,
Ping launches new, multi-material i25 driver
Produced for players of all abilities, the new, multi-material i25 driver from Ping is designed to reduce spin while increasing the launch angle for better distance and accuracy.
PGA Show: Ping CEO John Solheim
Gary Williams sits down with chairman and CEO of Ping John Solheim to talk about the latest golf club fitting technology and the need for growing the game. From 2014 PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.mean time after time they won the following week and that includes Johnny Miller winning in the 61's and things like that. -Right. The levels of participation when you look at the numbers on an annual