Golf News – July 26, 2016

Emiliano Grillo Callaway Apparel PGA Championship2016

Emiliano Grillo 2016 PGA Championship Scripting

Emiliano Grillo will be showing off the new Fall 2016 line from Callaway Apparel at this week’s PGA Championship.  His collection for the week includes four top fashion pieces from the new #IWearCallaway season. The Engineered Roadmap-Striped Polo highlights two new beautiful colors to the line: Jade Lime and Magnetic Blue. This shirt also offers the ultimate protection from the sun with UPF 50.  The Rugby-Striped Polo provides a bold striped look with fashionable colors, including this caviar with Magnetic Blue details. This shirt contains UPF 40 in addition to maximum stretch and moisture management.  As one of the bestsellers in Spring, the Opti-Stretch Heathered Solid Polo will see Major style this week at the tournament in a new color, Magnetic Blue. Not only does this shirt pack UPF 50, optimum stretch and moisture control, but it also contains  Opti-Soft technology for the most comfortable feel on the course.  Callaway’s Opti-Soft technology can also be found in the Opti-Soft Classic Roadmap-Striped Polo to be seen this week. The fabric used to produce this garment is specially made through a unique process that produces a cotton feel without the effects. Moisture management and stretch are also used to compliment this fantastic polo.

All styles Emiliano will wear feature several Callaway’s unique Opti-Series fabric technologies including: Opti-Dri moisture management, Opti-Stretch engineered elastic fit, and Opti-Shield protection from harmful UV rays.

clevelandCLEVELAND GOLF INTRODUCES NEW RTX®-3 WEDGES:  “GET CLOSER”

HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA – July 25, 2016 – CLEVELAND GOLF®, focused on Where Scoring Mattersand a global leader in wedge innovation since 1979, is proud to introduce new RTX®-3 wedges. This is the latest line of advanced, high-performance wedges from Cleveland, a brand which has sold more than 10 million wedges globally and garnered more than 350 Tour victories since 1988. RTX-3 wedges, available in a Blade (three finishes), Cavity Back, and Women’s Cavity Back model to suit a wide range of golfers, feature three key technologies proven to help you get closer to the hole than any wedge Cleveland Golf has ever made.

NEW Feel Balancing Technology. This patent-pending technology shifts the center of gravity closer to the center of the wedge face – the impact zone – to decrease vibration and maximize head stability at impact. By adding a microcavity inside the hosel and shortening the hosel, nine grams of mass are optimally redistributed in the head for a more centered CG location. This improves feel and tightens shot dispersion, giving you maximum control.

NEW V Sole Grinds. Three tour-proven grinds feature a V shape with more leading edge bounce to help get the club head through the turf faster at impact. This promotes crisper feel and more consistent head speed for increased spin and control. The V-LG () is Cleveland’s narrowest low bounce sole for maximum versatility, the V-MG (••) has mid bounce suitable for a wide range of players and turf conditions, and the V-FG (•••) is a forgiving full sole design with trailing edge relief.

NEW Rotex Face. Three innovations combine to maximize spin with more consistency. New Tour Zip Grooves have a deeper, narrower U shape with a sharp edge radius in all lofts to enhance contact across a wide variety of conditions. The advanced, 2-pass micro milling pattern increases friction and is directionally enhanced by loft: low lofts (46°- 52°) have a straighter pattern to accommodate full shots and high lofts (54°- 64°) have a more angled pattern to optimize open-face shots. Laser Milling precisely roughens the face surface to the conforming limit.

“After spending more than two years developing these wedges, Cleveland Golf is very proud with the finished product,” said John Rae, Vice President of Research & Development for Srixon / Cleveland Golf / XXIO. “Our testing proves the three key technologies in RTX-3 can help golfers get the ball closer to the hole, a tremendous benefit for any player that supports Cleveland Golf’s unmatched commitment to the short game.”

Scott Carlyle, Sr. Vice President – Global Marketing, added: “I’m privileged to have been involved in developing Cleveland Golf wedges for most of the past decade, and the RTX-3 represents some of the biggest steps we have taken in what we consider our three key wedge factors: shape, feel and spin performance.”

RickyPuma Golf Releases Rickie Fowler’s PGA Championship Looks

When Rickie Fowler takes on Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, N.J this week for the PGA Championship, he will do so in style – sporting apparel from PUMA Golf’s brand new Autumn/Winter 2016 collection, available online now at cobragolf.com/pumagolf. The AW’16 collection is the perfect blend of style and function, incorporating novelty patterns, upgraded textures, and on-trend prints, coupled with technical fabrications that help golfers look good while providing optimum performance no matter the weather conditions.

THURSDAY
¼ ZIP SWEATER – Forest Night – $80
PRISM STRIPE POLO – Peacoat – $65
TECH PANT – Quarry – $70
SCRIPT SB CAP – $26
SCRIPT BELT – $45
TITANTOUR IGNITE Golf Shoe – $160

FRIDAY
GRID FADE POLO – Forest Night/Quarry – $70
PWR WARM ¼ ZIP – Periscope Heather – $80
TECH PANT – Periscope – $70
HIGH FLYER BELT – $45
CAT PATCH 2.0 CAP – $26
TITANTOUR IGNITE Golf Shoe- $160

SATURDAY
PWRWARM ¼ ZIP – Forest Night Heather – $80
ICE STRIPE POLO – Forest Night – $70
6 POCKET PANT – White – $80
COBRA FADE TOUR CAP – $28
TITANTOUR IGNITE Golf Shoe – $160

SUNDAY
#GOTIME ROAD MAP POLO – White/Orange – $75
TRACK JACKET – Vibrant Orange – $95
COBRA FADE CAP – $28
6 POCKET PANT – Forest Night – $80
TITANTOUR IGNITE Golf Shoe – $160

 

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Matt Meeker

Matt lives in sunny Orlando with his wife who allows his golf obsession to stretch the limits of normalcy. He's also a proud coach with The First Tee of Central Florida who loves teaching kids about golf and life skills.

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