Remember a few years ago when Callaway first introduced their “Truvis Technology?” Majority of golfers thought it was gimmicky and would never have believed how many of those odd balls would be sold just a few years later. Heck, I am sure I would have bet that it wouldn’t last ...
Category: Design Patents
April 14, 2018David Dawsey
Like most, I assumed Slick Golf was just a bad name that was in the running and was abandoned once Parson’s decided to go with the PXG brand. Well apparently it is still a going entity, as evidenced by this recently issued golf ball design patent. As you may recall, several ...
May 31, 2017David Dawsey
A few weeks ago a design patent issued covering a new iron design, and I sat on it because I thought "that can't be the new Epic irons, frankly they are kind of ugly." I was correct, so that leaves the question "what product line will include this iron design?" How ...
May 30, 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
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
In a post on January 29th I predicted the look of a PING driver that would be on the market within 12 months. We are now 8 months through the 12 month window, yet I have not given up on the prediction. After all, Karsten design patents almost always represent ...
September 29, 2015David Dawsey
By now any true golf gearhead is familiar with Parsons Xtreme Golf’s mallet putter, irons, and driver , so it should come as no surprise that their blade putter has a lot of weight screws. Check it out! The drawings come from USPN D722,350. Dave Dawsey - The Golf Patent Lawyer PS – ...
February 24, 2015David Dawsey
Last month I supplied my prediction regarding Callaway’s next new technology, today let’s look at PING. I predict that sometime in the next 12 months we see a PING driver that looks like this: This drawing comes from a design patent that issued yesterday as USPN D721,777. The following drawings were also contained ...
January 29, 2015David Dawsey
It is a pretty safe bet that the next new turbulated driver will look like this… The drawings come from a design patent that issued today as USPN D720418. The application was just filed May 28, 2014 and Karsten requested “expedited processing” on the design rocket docket. Why ...
December 30, 2014David Dawsey
Last month I posted about a design patent by a club manufacturer having similarities to a 1990’s tribal tattoo. This week the same company was issued another design patent directed to a similar design, thereby confirming my fear that we are going to see a crown graphics disaster in 2015! ...
October 30, 2014David Dawsey