Tag: nike

20

May2016
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 ... Read More

20

Dec2015
It seems like Nike has their hands in everything, and heads up displays for sports is no exception. In fact, almost 2.5 years ago I covered an interesting golf related heads up display HERE. Somehow they overlooked the potential for cheating at golf via a heads up display ... Read More

03

Jul2015
The new Russian Roulette golf ball by Nike Golf; a nice politically incorrect name, something "The Donald" would come up with, not Nike Golf. Nonetheless, a golf ball patent issued this week that should be titled “Russian roulette golf ball,” but is actually titled “golf ball having a cover layer ... Read More

06

May2015
Please, we are never going to see one of the Nike Golf players gaming these sticks, but the concept is mildly intriguing and the look isn’t nearly as bad as I would have expected if someone had just described the concept to me. Check out these irons.... Read More

08

Mar2015
Please… of course not, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t working on one, as evidenced by a recently published patent application. If they do launch one within the next 5 years I will applaud their gumption and actually purchase it (a pretty safe bet in my eyes). The patent application published ... Read More

10

Jan2015
I hate to be the bearer of bad news but apparently if you frequently top your golf shots the problem may be that your balls are too small. Fortunately Nike Golf has been working on a cure for such inadequacies. Recently a Nike Golf patent application published as US Pub. No. ... Read More

15

Nov2014
I will go out on a limb and state that it is unlikely that we will see this Nike golf shoe invention on Tiger’s feet anytime soon. Check this out.... Read More

05

Sep2014
Last week Nike filed a trademark application indicating their intent to use an interesting trademark directed to golf clubs. Based upon the timing of the VAPOR trademark application, this new application may correspond to a new product launch at the PGA Show. Could this be the replacement for the Covert ... Read More