Equipment

The Wilson Staff Model ball, built with tour-player input, is not surprisingly a multilayer urethane cover design, the preferred construction for balls played by professional golfers. But its construction is built on a firmer foundation, a departure from Wilson’s lineup of largely lower compression, softer models. The reason is simple, said said Frank Simonutti, Wilson’s
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The Lamkin grip lineup for 2020 could be summarized in one word: Comfort. But don’t be confused that its latest offerings are simply focused on soft, cushioned feel. No, rather the Lamkin grip philosophy seems geared to getting golfers to be more comfortable with how to line up the hands on the club to produce
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The Odyssey Toulon Design family of putters, the premium collection of classic milled designs that features modern technological elements in the face and shaft, adds two new models for 2020. Even better, that lineup is part of the company’s Odyssey Fits interactive putting analysis tool that matches your stroke to a particular model in as
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The Acushnet Company, parent company of the top-selling Titleist golf balls, launched a new ball brand today—Union Green—and in a bit of an upset, it has nothing to do with the USGA’s saber-rattling about rolling back the golf ball. Union Green features two new non-urethane-cover golf balls on the affordable end of the price-point universe
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