Archive: February, 2010

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Feb2010
Check out these beautiful clubs!....

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Feb2010
Last week I posted about an interesting patent application filed by Dick’s Sporting Goods. Well, the very same day a Nike patent application was published that contains some similar design attributes. Whose design do you like better?....

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Feb2010
There is no doubt that Dick’s is a major force in golf equipment retailing, yet I was still surprised this week to see that they had a patent application publish that is directed to a club head design. The patent application published as US Pub. No. 201000041495 titled “Golf Driver ... Read More

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Feb2010
So far this week we have looked at Karsten's non-golf related patents, golf tool related patents, a golf ball patent, and his golf grip patents, therefore it is about time that we start looking at his golf club patents. Let's start with woods. I was surprised to learn that Karsten ... Read More

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Feb2010
We have looked at Karsten's non-golf related patents, golf tool related patents, and a golf ball patent, so now let's look at his golf grip patents. He has many golf grip design patents, but only one golf grip utility patent. The 1992 utility patent is USPN 5087042 titled "Golf Club ... Read More

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Feb2010
Over the past few days we have examined Karsten Solheim’s non-golf related patents, as well as his golf tool related patents; well, there is one other unusual invention and patent that most people would not typically associate with Karsten and the PING brand.... a golf ball patent. Karsten’s one and ... Read More

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Feb2010
Yesterday you learned about Karsten's non-golf related patents. Today let's look at his inventions that are golf related, but aren't the type of inventions that you would typically associate with PING. You know, some behind the scenes tools...... Neat stuff! Stay tuned, the upcoming posts will delve into the patents ... Read More

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Feb2010
As we approach the 10 year anniversary of the passing of one of the most prolific golf club design visionaries, a week long tribute to the inventiveness of Karsten Solheim seems appropriate. If you don’t know who Karsten is then you are probably on this site by mistake; however, you ... Read More

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Feb2010
The Golf-Patents blog has revealed some pretty radical golf club designs in the past, but rarely do they originate from Karsten Manufacturing (aka PING). Therefore, when an unusual PING patent application is published it deserves a close look. This week PING had two related patent applications publish related to variable ... Read More

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Feb2010
What better way to get hit by a golf ball than playing on a compact golf course. Every golfer has played on one of those courses that squeezed 18 holes in the space that should house 14 holes. The type that has a net around at least one tee box; ... Read More