Equipment news

  • May18 Pinfire Putter

    Written by Simon Daddow on Friday, 18 May 2007

    Pinfire putters, cool, stylish and nearly matched to your outfit! Pinfire may be new arrivals in the equipment arena but they're making quite a splash with their latest funky looking putters. The company's theory is based around making every design high in moi... meaning they're highly resistant to twisting when putts are hit off centre. Each design is precision milled from the finest grade aerospace...

  • May14 New ping belts

    Written by Simon Daddow on Monday, 14 May 2007

    Ping has just revealed a collection of cool new golf belts. The leather Slider belts, with a suggested retail price of £30, is reversible thanks to a steel belt head that twists around, giving you the choice of two colours in one belt. Colours are lemon and black, pink and charcoal, chalk blue and charcoal, and black and white. The belt head...

  • May2 Fatbastarddriver

    Written by Courses editor Kevin Brown on Wednesday, 02 May 2007

    Whatever next? Golf never ceases to amaze you though the imaginatively-named new FAT Bastard driver just about takes the proverbial biscuit. The FAT Bastard, or FB for short or those who prefer clean language, claims to be the latest innovation in golf and it's motto is: "If you have the balls, we have the club." Manufacturers of the FB, with its 500cc...

  • Apr24 New qlink

    Written by Simon Daddow on Tuesday, 24 April 2007

    Q-Link has launched a new product line in response to golfers’ requests for an alternative to the traditional Q-Link pendant.  Q-Klip is based on the G-Clip five-in-one golf tool concept.  As well as holding a ball marker, divot repair tool, golf tees and a Velcro glove grip, the Q-Klip has a ball marker that contains Q-Link’s unique technology, SRT.  The...

  • Mar30 turfchopper

    Written by Courses editor Kevin Brown on Friday, 30 March 2007

    Here's your big chance to become the coolest golfer down at your club: The innovative Turf Chopper - an electric powered single seat buggy, sharply designed to look like a small three-wheeled motorbike - is set to hit British fairways in the near future. The Turf Chopper is made and produced by BridgeBurg Golf in Canada close to the US border...

  • Mar7 New Reelfit designs

    Written by Simon Daddow on Wednesday, 07 March 2007

    FootJoy has ramped up production of the ground breaking ReelFit shoes to meet a forecast that is now more than four times greater than the original estimate. To help cater for the widespread demand for ReelFit, FootJoy has introduced two further designs to the line-up to add to the four current options. Available from mid May the two new contemporary...

  • Feb15 TitleistBag

    Written by Chris Jones on Thursday, 15 February 2007

    Titleist has announced some new additions to its golf bag line up for 2007 as it continues to successfully identify and meet golfer’s needs in the golf bag market.  The new 9” X78 Stand Bag is Titleist’s latest stand bag offering. Featuring a 4-way circular moulded top mesh, covered with 3-way full length dividers and foam-padded non-slip contoured straps, the...

  • Nov 23 Callawayhybrid

    Written by Simon Daddow, TG Gear Editor on Thursday, 23 November 2006

    Callaway reckons its new hybrids have got the X-factor! The clubs call on much of the cutting-edge technology used in the X drivers and fairway woods and will complete the family. The new hybrids use the X-shaped sole that makes the head more versatile and helps the cut through grass and turf for a cleaner impact The X-series hybrids use...

  • Nov 21 Nikejuice

    Written by Simon Daddow, Today's Golfer on Tuesday, 21 November 2006

    An ice sculpture and a lava lamp are the latest objects to be destroyed by a golf ball in Nike’s new ad campaign. Two scientists first the new Juice balls out of a gun… with devastating results for anything in their way. See the results for yourself at http://www.nike.com/nikegolf/juiceball/ Content Block 2 Content Block 3 Content Block 4...