Archive: November, 2010

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Nov2010
It was only a matter of time before someone tried to stake their claim to white club heads. Last week ________ filed a trademark application containing the following drawing and description.... It should be interesting to see what ________ has to say about this!

27

Nov2010
If Cobra Golf has their way golfers may have an option other than just forged or cast irons. How fun would it be to put your playing partner in his place when he says “oh, you got a new set of cast irons, you know I play forged irons.” Someday ... Read More

26

Nov2010
Last week Callaway Golf filed a trademark application for an interesting mark, namely __________ associated with “golf clubs.” What could they have in store?

20

Nov2010
It has been over a year since my post titled “What is the Next Step in Adjustability” reported on Taylor Made’s interest in an adjustable stiffness shaft. Well, it turns out that this is a subject that also interests Nike Golf, and this week they had a patent application publish ... Read More

17

Nov2010
In the past the Golf-Patents blog revealed the Heavy Putter company’s intent to use the Heavy Wedge™ trademark prior to the introduction of their line of wedges; likewise the blog revealed their intent to use a Heavy Iron™ trademark on a yet to be released club. So, what is the ... Read More

15

Nov2010
Patent infringement lawsuits occur everyday and in every industry. In fact, most major companies in the golf industry are sued for patent infringement at least once a year. Unfortunately for Mizuno, last week was their time. The patent infringement complaint alleges that the Mizuno Shaft Optimizer infringes USPN 6,607,450 titled ... Read More

14

Nov2010
Dong Kim that is; surely you didn't think I was referring to Anthony Kim. Dong is the inventor listed on an old patent that I recently came across and thought “… kind of interesting.” Dong’s patent is USPN 4,951,953 and is directed to a diamond coating for golf clubs. The ... Read More

13

Nov2010
Finally, someone has invented an “audio alignment” tool. This unique invention was disclosed in a patent application that recently published as US Pub. No. 20100273564 titled “Audio Alignment of a Golf Shot.” The application explains.... Put this on a remote controlled car and they may have something (which would be ... Read More

05

Nov2010
As avid golfers I am sure you are all familiar with John Daly getting bent out of shape regarding bars and restaurants listing a drink referred to as the “John Daly” on their menus; if not, check out the article “Daly Angered Over Cocktail Bearing His Name .” It is ... Read More

04

Nov2010
Probably not, but I would give it a try. Check out this beauty (and I am not just referring to the pretty lady doing the putting)..... That putter looks better than a license to print money.....