Hopefully you visit the blog enough to know that there have been problems lately. To cut to the chase, the source of the problem has been GoDaddy and I have no problem throwing them under the bus. I caution you to carefully consider ever using any of their proprietary software-as-a-service ...
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July 24, 2014David Dawsey
Could this design be a next generation OptiForce driver, or is it simply a dream that will never leave R&D?.... True golf geeks know that spoilers, fins, and wings are nothing new (just check out these posts, exhibit a, exhibit b, and exhibit c). The drawings come from USPN 8,753,224, ...
June 20, 2014David Dawsey
It was only a matter of time before the increasing popularity of electronic swing training devices resulted in patent litigation. There is no doubt that these are fun little gadgets, but whether they will help you improve your game is still up for debate..... The first swing trainer patent infringement ...
June 16, 2014admin
Drum roll please. The next PING fairway wood is .... (probably). Yes sir, check out those crown turbulators! THIS prior post explains the PING turbulators. I must admit, I never thought they would do it; but then again I never thought they would produce a driver with a racing stripe. ...
May 27, 2014admin
The inventor of this club head clearly falls into the “more is always better” camp. Think you could hit this club?....
May 14, 2014admin
If so, this head cover is for you (and may perfectly compliment your vehicle's TruckNutz)!....
May 12, 2014admin
Two years ago I posted about an articulated hosel design by Callaway Golf. It was rather crude and I commented that a worm gear has no place on a golf club. This week a patent (USPN 8,708,836) issued that revealed a more refined articulated hosel design. What do you think?... ...
May 2, 2014admin
As I have often said, the major club companies tend to only file design patent applications on products that have secured a spot in their product line-up. Check out this design from a recent Acushnet design patent. Notice there is no sole-entry shaft sleeve adjustability port; and is that a ...
April 27, 2014admin
Earlier this month a Callaway Golf patent issued directed to the Bertha driver. Sure, it contained all the usual drawings that we would expect of the product that is on the market, but is also contained some interesting alternative designs. Place your bets, is this a design reject or possibly ...
April 26, 2014David Dawsey
Last week a patent application caught my eye because it listed the Golf Channel’s Matt Ginella as an inventor. Yes sir, Matty G played a part in the invention titled “Determination of Custom Information Based on Golfer Performance Data.” What’s next, a training aid designed by Damon Hack, a line ...
April 13, 2014admin