Golf News for Monday, January 7, 2013
"It's hard to imagine bringing a driver to market that outperforms the original RocketBallz driver," said Todd Beach, vice president of metalwoods R&D. "Making the head of the RBZ Stage 2 driver more aerodynamic while also making the clubface larger was a tremendous challenge and succeeding was critical." [... more » ]
"With the X Hot Drivers, we pushed the Speed Frame Face's efficiency to a new standard, producing high ball speeds while maintaining the trajectory and accuracy that discerning golfers demand," said Dr. Alan Hocknell, SVP, Research & Development, Callaway Golf. [... more » ]
"By using only what was absolutely essential in adizero, we are able to give golfers superior fit, super-lightweight comfort, and natural stability that results in less fatigue and more energy savings at the end of each round," said Bill Price, Vice President of adidas Golf Footwear. [... more » ]
"As the only brand one hundred percent dedicated to spikeless and minimalist golf footwear, we are very excited about launching TRUE's 2013 line, which is our broadest and most innovative yet," said Rob Rigg, co-founder and president of the company. [... more » ]
"The Club at Cordillera is truly an exceptional facility that fits perfectly with the capabilities of Troon Privé, the division we created specifically to serve private clubs of this quality and magnitude," said Dana Garmany, Troon's chairman and chief executive officer. "We are honored to have been selected." [... more » ]
"We have been monitoring our progress here and in Southeast Asia generally," said Akira Products President Naoki Kuriyama, "and we have now decided to expand our position here in alliance with MST GOLF, who have been outstanding." [... more » ]
"There was no finer gentleman on or off the course than Mr. Nelson. We are honored to share his lifestyle line of American heritage apparel with no compromises, just a passion to bring you the best apparel we can produce," said industry veteran Bob Friedman, the new owner of Byron Nelson USA. [... more » ]
"Across all the centers, the overall hypothesis for the National Study is that golfers with excessive pelvic and upper side bend, bend and rotation will experience lower back pain during practice and play," said Christina Panetta, Golf Fitness Specialist and Program Director of FitGolf Performance Centers in Long Island. "We are seeing this with the participants that have come in." [... more » ]