Golf equipment companies come up with a lot of club head designs in the process of developing one commercial product, majority of which golfers never get to see. Fortunately their patent applications often reveal some of the hidden gems that for one reason or another did not survive the process, ... Read More
Three years ago I wrote about an interesting variable MOI driver design disclosed in a Karsten (aka PING) patent application (read about it here); but this week I want to examine what Acushnet has in mind for a variable MOI golf ball. Yep, you read that correctly, a variable MOI ... Read More
A recent trademark application filed by __________ indicates that they plan to use the JAILBIRD trademark in association with golf clubs, golf bags, and head covers for golf clubs. What is the likelihood we will see a JAILBIRD line of clubs? My prediction: ___%.
Hard to believe it is already that time of year; specifically the time of year that I recycle prior posts about the Masters golf tournament and intellectual property.... Augusta's trademark portfolio.... Masters champions that are inventors.... trademark litigation....
Guess which golf equipment company filed a patent application directed to a "thermoreactive face." The answer is at the bottom of this post. The patent application published as US Pub. No. 20130085012 titled "Golf Club Head or Other Ball Striking Device with Thermoreactive Face." Think about the moment of impact ... Read More