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Letter from Japan: Honma refocuses brand with new driver

By Mike Stachura Every so often we get an update from our expert in Japan, Yasuko Mukai, editor in chief of Golf Digest Online. Recently she said Honma is changing from a luxury brand...
Sunday, 7/6/2014 at 1:18PM
Gear & Equipment

Upstart Hopkins Golf expands again, this time with new iron set

By Mike Stachura Can a company whose products are available only online be successful? Hopkins Golf is making a go of it by trying to be different from its competitors. The company started with...
Saturday, 7/5/2014 at 12:36PM
Gear & Equipment

Garmin's latest GPS watch provides a wrist reward

By Mike Stachura If Garmin's family of GPS watches began to put caddies on notice, its latest offering might be adding golf instructors to the endangered list. Maybe even your office manager, as well....
Friday, 7/4/2014 at 11:04AM
Irons

Ping G30 iron blends Karsten, i25 irons

By Mike StachuraThere's no question the Ping G-series irons have been the workhorse of the Ping iron family since they were first introduced in 2003. Their main mission statement has been about forgiveness, but in...
Thursday, 7/3/2014 at 10:49AM
Gear & Equipment

Ping explains the turbulators on its new G30 driver, and why you might like them

By Mike Stachura Ping officially unveiled its G30 driver to the public Thursday, and while the club's shape and its emphasis on stability continue the tradition of its G-series drivers dating back to the...
Thursday, 7/3/2014 at 8:00AM
Gear & Equipment

PGA Tour pros testing new Ping prototype driver at The Greenbrier

By Mike Stachura For more than a decade, observers have known what to expect from Ping drivers: A consistent, oversized shape that emphasizes forgiveness on off-center hits, all with a relatively traditional look. But...
Tuesday, 7/1/2014 at 9:42AM
Gear & Equipment

Sergio Garcia surprises regular golfers with visit to Bethpage Black

By Mike Stachura A dozen years ago, Sergio Garcia was not a fan of the Black Course at New York’s Bethpage State Park or its patrons. As the gallery at the 2002 U.S. Open...
Monday, 6/30/2014 at 4:37PM
Gear & Equipment

What's next in equipment? How about an entire set of 14 clubs that fits in a backpack

By Mike Stachura For city dwellers those who drive smaller cars or motorcycles, getting to the course has made traditional golf bags at best an inconvenience, at worst a non-starter. Enter DV8 Sports and...
Saturday, 6/28/2014 at 10:24AM
Gear & Equipment

Who is more likely to sway you to buy a driver, a club pro or a tour player?

By Mike Stachura Tour pros may get big endorsement deals from equipment manufacturers, but when it comes to who influences consumer decisions about the clubs they buy, it's the club pro who matters more....
Friday, 6/27/2014 at 10:52AM
Golf & Business

We've got upwards of 1 million reasons somebody might want to slap their logo on Martin Kaymer's golf bag

By Mike Stachura Players often finish majors upset about missed opportunities, but rarely is it the winner -- or more specifically, his sponsors -- doing the missing. From a marketing perspective, that's what happened...
Thursday, 6/26/2014 at 8:17AM
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