Archive: June, 2011

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Jun2011
Interestingly, Dave Pelz had 3 patent applications publish this week; obviously he is a smart guy that appreciates the value of IP. Roughly four years ago I wrote about the fascinating Pelz patent portfolio here. In this post I will cover the first of his three recently published patent applications, ... Read More

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Jun2011
At this pace Lefty may surpass Lee Trevino in career patents; undoubtedly a goal every professional golfer has on their bucket-list. In the past I have written that Phil may have a fallback career as a club designer, which he may need if he keeps slipping in the rankings (although ... Read More

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Jun2011
What is Srixon up to? Wave-like dimples, really? Apparently so, they had a patent application publish earlier this month as US Pub. No. 20110136590 titled “Golf Ball,” which explains.... Check out these dimples!.... Ahh, golf technology is amazing!....

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Jun2011
Golf ball patent infringement litigation seems to be picking up. Last month I posted about a rather unusual golf ball patent infringement case HERE, and this week another infringement action was filed.....

16

Jun2011
I kid; Callaway’s industrial design team would be able to mold this into a sexy club (hopefully). The following driver design is found in a patent application that published today as US Pub. No. 20110143858 titled “External Weight for Golf Club Head.”....

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Jun2011
Words don’t do this invention justice. Check it out!....

12

Jun2011
A patent issued last week that discloses the perfect invention for those golfers that aren't ready to commit to a belly putter just yet. The patent is USPN 7,942,755 titled “Core Connector Putting Stroke Trainer,” which explains....

09

Jun2011
We probably won't see this adjustable driver design on Tour anytime soon, but it would be fun to give it a try (probably after a few drinks).....

07

Jun2011
Acushnet had an interesting patent issue today for, of all things, a golf shaft. Yes, golfers don’t normally associate the Acushnet name with golf shaft design or manufacturing, but this seems to be the case of a good idea that could not just be swept under the rug, even if ... Read More

03

Jun2011
Enough to coordinate 6 floors of lighting and a countless number of offices. Check out these pics I snapped with my phone camera while walking the dog early this morning. I am particularly found of the one with the Nationwide Insurance headquarters rising above the historic North Market. Perhaps I ... Read More