I recently came across an invention titled “golf club head having a device for resisting expansion between opposing walls during ball impact.” “Hummmm, sounds like this may be version 2.0 of Callaway’s breakthrough Jailbreak technology,” I said to myself, so I read on. The abstract told me: An improved golf driver club ...
February 11, 2017David Dawsey
Have access to obscure Japanese golf clubs? If so, I would appreciate your assistance in getting my hands on a Crane Golf ENA Magic Wand from 2003. Thanks! Dave Dawsey - The IP Golf Guy PS – follow me on Twitter (@GolfPatents) and sign-up HERE to receive posts via email.
January 20, 2017David Dawsey
This week a design patent issued that may give golfers a glimpse of “technologies” in upcoming PXG products. Check it out. Yep, it appears they may be jumping on the composite crown and sole slot bandwagon, but I am sure the marketing folks will come up with fancier sounding names for ...
January 13, 2017David Dawsey
After a brief hiatus, I am back and ready to ruin the day of marketing departments across Carlsbad! I kid, somewhat - after all, I don't know for sure that this is the secretive Callaway Epic "jailbreak" technology. Golf gear heads will know what I am referring to, however if ...
November 17, 2016David Dawsey
If a 3 piece ball is good, and a 5 piece ball is better, one can only imagine how good a 10 piece ball would be. Read that with a strong hint of sarcasm, since if most golfers were honest, they would not be able to identify a 3 piece ...
May 20, 2016David Dawsey
Boy did I miss an opportunity for an April fools’ day post because you won’t believe this (and golf purists will undoubtedly feel that a golf pioneer may be rolling over in his grave). Heck, I didn’t believe it when I spotted in the trademark office records! Golf equipment nuts know ...
April 16, 2016David Dawsey
In the past few years Callaway / Odyssey has started to move away from their reliance on the 2-ball design and has launched a few unconventional putters, which leads me to wonder what is behind a recently filed trademark application for the SIDE SADDLE mark. Any guesses? The application is available ...
April 15, 2016David Dawsey
Several golf gear head media outlets fueled speculation about a potential PXG golf ball back in December when a photo of a PXG ball surfaced, but then provided an update indicating “according to a PXG representative, the company has no plans to enter the golf ball retail space.” OK, but ...
February 2, 2016David Dawsey
As if Parsons Xtreme Golf (PXG) isn't getting enough press this week, check out a new driver design and a new cavity back iron design they have been working on. Dave Dawsey - The IP Golf Lawyer PS – follow me on Twitter (@GolfPatents) and ...
January 5, 2016David Dawsey
Yesterday Triple Tee Golf teed off a new patent infringement lawsuit against Callaway Golf, continuing its quest to monetize US Patent 7128660 (full Complaint here). As industry insiders know, Triple Tee Golf is no stranger to litigation, and rarely do their lawsuits go smoothly (not that any really do). In ...
December 30, 2015David Dawsey