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PXG’s 2016 Lineup?

All the credit belongs to our friend Dave Dawsey over at golf-patents.com for tracking down these sketches of what could be the next driver and iron from Parsons Xtreme Golf.

New Driver & Cav Back Irons fr Parsons Xtreme...

  • January 5, 2016
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PING’s Boring Patent Application Could Be the Next Big Thing

Written By: Tony Covey
PING has a reputation for being steady, dependable, and perhaps even a little bit boring. As a company, it's not much for hyperbole, so despite being among the game's most radical innovators, the...

  • December 30, 2015
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Is this the Next Big Bertha?

How would you like to be able to remove the crown from your driver?
This morning I stumbled upon a recent Callaway patent application titled CG HEIGHT ADJUSTABILITY BY CONFORMAL WEIGHTING. It caught my attention for a...

  • October 29, 2015
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Nike Working on Glueless Shaft Adapter

Other than about two-hundred or so golf ball related patents from Titleist (The #1 Ball in Golf), there hasn't been a whole lot of particularly exciting intellectual property made public of late, but a Nike filing...

  • October 22, 2015
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Is Callaway About to Launch A Driver with a Rear Spoiler?

As is often the case with this sort of thing, credit goes to Dave Dawsey over at Golf-Patents.com for tracking down this recently published Callaway patent for a "golf club head with improved aerodynamic characteristics".

Dawsey...

  • July 5, 2014
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Is Nike Insane? Adjustable Tackiness Golf Ball

Written By: Tony Covey

What does a glass of water, a microwave, an internet connected computer and a golf ball have in common?

If you somehow came up with "They're all part of a Nike patent application for an adjustable...

  • July 2, 2014
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Tell Nike Which Driver Should be the Next Covert

While we can't be certain of anything until we actually see the Nike VRS Covert 3.0 (or whatever Nike decides to call the next one), it's far from unreasonable to think that the core design of the next iteration of Nike's...

  • June 25, 2014
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