Tag: Parsons Xtreme Golf

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Feb2016
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 ... Read More
February 2, 2016David Dawsey
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Jan2016
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 ... Read More
January 5, 2016David Dawsey

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Apr2015
New golf club products are coming under the names Dagger, Mustang, and Drone. Can you guess the manufacturer associated with the new product names? The answer for all three is Parsons Xtreme Golf, as revealed by recently filed trademark applications for DAGGER, MUSTANG, and DRONE. Someone has been busy! David Dawsey – ... Read More
April 15, 2015David Dawsey
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Feb2015
Yes, this week Parsons Xtreme Golf had their first utility patent issue, and yes Bob is the first listed inventor. Years ago I would have been more skeptical about the “money guy,” with presumably no golf equipment design experience, being listed as an inventor on a utility patent, but today ... Read More
February 25, 2015David Dawsey
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Feb2015
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 – ... Read More
February 24, 2015David Dawsey

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Oct2014
You may recall this prior post regarding the GoDaddy founder starting a golf equipment company named Slick Golf. Golf gearheads are undoubtedly familiar with the rumors surrounding the GoDaddy founder starting a golf equipment company and cherry picking some of the local Karsten (PING) engineers, and more importantly a patent ... Read More
October 7, 2014David Dawsey