The newest Cobra collectible driver is a green BiO Cell model in celebration of the year's first major championship, the Masters.
Fujikura is about to introduce a graphite iron shaft called the Pro 95i. The construction of this 95-gram shaft easily will allow clubmakers to build graphite-shafted irons of the same length and swingweight as irons with conventional steel shafts.
Bubba Watson used a pink Grafalloy BiMatrx Tour Prototype shaft in his Ping G25 driver in winning the Northern Trust Open.
Three of five lanes on Interstate 405, the major artery around L.A. that leads to Riviera, will be closed during the day, and all five will be shut at night. The 405 normally accommodates more than 300,000 cars per day, according to LA Metro. Uh-oh.
On Jan. 1, 2016, the anchored putting stroke will be abolished under the Rules of Golf. Golfers who anchor their putters will be forced to adopt alternative methods. The big question: What are the options?
We're assuming 2014 U.S. Ryder Cup captain Tom Watson's age hasn't seriously come into question -- but with young PGA Tour players thriving, here are a few ways that could change for any of us.
Thomas J. O’Toole Jr., whose golf chops include caddie, rules expert and course-setup man, was elected as the 63rd president of the USGA.
Under the new Thomas O'Toole Jr. administration, a third responsibility of the USGA will be greatly emphasized in 2014. In a word, it is accessibility. O'Toole talked about increasing the number of golfers, making the game more enjoyable, and revitalizing the economic health of the sport.
Smartphones once again are front and center in golf, thanks to an announcement Thursday by the U.S. Golf Association that distance-measuring devices will be allowed in all USGA amateur championships.
Dan Stone, Titleist's VP of R&D, shares his transition from airplanes to golf clubs: One day he was designing flight controls for the C-17 military transport plane; the next he was figuring out where to place tungsten in an iron head.
Tom Olsavsky, 50, sent a few shock waves through the Carlsbad golf community when he decided in late October to move to Cobra -- yet he isn’t promising immediate changes.
Known as Doc Hock, Alan Hocknell has a doctorate from Loughborough University -- where he spent four years studying sports collisions (such as a clubhead hitting a ball) and met Callaway’s technical chief.
Dave Schnider’s story is typical of many young golfers: “I woke up one morning and realized I had to get a job.” That was after four years playing at San Diego State.
Don Brown, with an undergraduate degree in metallurgical engineering and masters degree in materials engineering, was working on a doctorate when he decided to step into the working world with True Temper.
Full Swing is proud of its image quality, and vice president of sales and marketing Chad Coleman likes to focus on accuracy: "How real is it? How much is this like my outdoor game?"
Brian Bazzel, 39, is director of product creation for TaylorMade -- focusing heavily on metalwoods, where TaylorMade's roots began in 1979 as a metalwood company.
Mitsubishi Rayon president Tsutomi Ibuki moved to California in 2013 to work closely alongside Mark Gunther, a testament to the importance of the U.S. market and the PGA Tour.
The world of golf needs the energy and ideas and innovation that are part and parcel of the PGA Merchandise Show.
Miura, the Japanese manufacturer known for forged irons and wedges, has introduced its first new blade iron in nearly seven years -- the forged MB001.
Bridgestone's booth at the 2014 PGA Show stayed consistently jam-packed, thanks to a revolutionary putter named True Balance and a new golf-ball formulation called Hydro Core technology.