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 .
Equipment: Wie's putter, Kaymer's logoless bag
Mike Johnson, Golf World/Golf Digest equipment editor, talks about Michelle Wie's recent putter adjustments, Martin Kaymer's logo-less bag, Titleist's new driver and split iron sets. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.
Titleist uses regular golfers to improve golf ball lines
While Titleist relies a great deal on its professional tour staff for feedback on improving its ProV1 and ProV1x offerings, the equipment maker turns mostly to recreational golfers for information on how to enhance its other ball lines.
Vokey designs new SM5 line to produce more spin
Club maker Bob Vokey continues to look for ways to improve the premium wedges he produces for Titleist, and his latest effort, the Spin Milled 5 line, is designed to provide more spin.
From the master's mouth: Vokey talks wedges
Bob Vokey explains his new wedge design from Titleist. Also new wedges from Nike and Callaway. George Savaricas, Matt Ginella and Charlie Rymer have the report from 2014 PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.about 3 years now. It's finally came, we had it out in PGA tour , it's been very, very successful and all of the sudden its [unk] DNA at Titleist, we never really said anything and it's just tour proven by the PGA tour . -I love it, I'm gonna hold him like your little babies-- -My little baby. -as you walk us through some of the changes. -Yeah, what we actually did you know, I, we, see, see the-- -Yeah, yeah -different finishes that's 1st obvious for you-- -Yeah. -we are right now. -Yeah. -We got a tour [unk], we have a black ox and we also have what we call the gold nickel . -I love the gold nickel . -And it, there all [unk] got a little bit of pop and they all perform equally as well. -What, what else iscomes to grooving. Now, these wedge here is the one use by Phil Mickelson on the PGA tour so let's take a look if I can recreate, some left these short game magic from just off the green. You know
Titleist tweaks player favorites CB and MB irons
Designed for highly skilled players, the Titleist CB and MB irons have been a favorite of elite professional and amateur players since the clubs were introduced in 2009.
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.
Morning Drive: Iron Clad
Take a look at the new innovations in irons from Titleist, Callaway, Taylormade and Nike. George Savaricas, Matt Ginella and Charlie Rymer have the report from 2014 PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL.. Watch Morning Drive on Golf Channel.people are still purchasing irons at the highest level by percentage. Okay, Steve Flesch is joining us now. We've got some Titleist irons here. You got the MB, which is their classic-looking blade. And then you got this AP 2-iron, which is a high-performance club, usually guys like Zach Johnson , Jason Dufner with this in their bag. Adam Scott with this prototype and it's about-- what really is the difference Steve? -The