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 ... Read More
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!... Read More
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:... Read More
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 ... Read More
I would imagine their love child would look something like this! In an odd twist of fate, or careful patent avoidance planning, the love child ends up with a sole sweep that flips from the Nike hosel-toward-toe pattern to a toe-toward-heel pattern. Give it a few months and we will ... Read More
**UPDATE :: This is the Legacy Black product line released in Japan. You can pick one up here for $945. Say what, $945! Thanks to @AustieOdyssey for the info!**
Callaway X3 Hot? Possible New Technology?
A couple of design patents issued to Callaway Golf yesterday... Read More
While utility patent applications are often pie-in-the-sky dreams of designs and technologies that may never make it to the market, design patent applications are generally directly correlated with a product that is coming to market (or got canned at very last minute).
This makes two design patents that issued this week ... Read More