Archive: July, 2011

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Jul2011
Why thank you kind salesperson, I would like my golf balls coated with magnesium (I love the sparks), and only lightly on the land areas, as I lose too much distance when my dimples get filled. Can’t you just imagine that exchange occurring in the golf ball section of GolfGalaxy? ... Read More

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Jul2011
I am about to show you the coolest golf invention that will do absolutely nothing to improve my game. Incredibly creative nonetheless and definitely in my favorite top 10 since starting this blog. The invention is a spin indicating golf ball by Nike..... Amazing! Sign me up for a few ... Read More

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Jul2011
Just wait, you may find those words singing from your lips in the future. So, what’s the inspiration for this post? A Nike patent application of course. Today a patent application published as US Pub. No. 20110177890 titled “Methods And Systems For Customizing A Golf Ball.”.... Interesting, but sounds like ... Read More

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Jul2011
A “smart golf club” sounds pretty good, right? What characteristics do you feel make a golf club “smart”? Recently a patent application published under the title “smart golf club.” The application published as US Pub. No. 20110165956 and describes the invention as.... Hum, that club is too smart for me ... Read More

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Jul2011
Interesting golf shaft patent applications don’t come along everyday, which is why a Bridgestone patent application that published today got my attention. The application basically discloses a shaft within a shaft. Confused? Check this out..... What do you thing, are golfers ready for a single shaft that accommodates both slow ... Read More

11

Jul2011
If left-to-right breakers are giving you headaches then the following putter may be of interest to you. This putter is disclosed in a patent application that published last week as US Pub. No. 20110165962 titled “Break Compensating Golf Club Head.” You may recall that I have previously covered a miracle ... Read More

04

Jul2011
So far we have examined how Dave Pelz suggests we learn to read greens, as well as how he measures the “roll quality” of a green. Today let’s look at Dave’s thoughts on swing plane training via one of his patent applications that published on Thursday. The application published as ... Read More

01

Jul2011
Yesterday we examined how Dave Pelz suggests we learn to read greens. Today let’s look at another of his recent inventions, namely a device to measure the “roll quality” of putting greens as disclosed in a patent application that published yesterday as US Pub. No. 20110159977 titled “System for Measuring ... Read More