Leading electric trolley brand Motocaddy has expanded its popular push trolley range with the introduction of three new models incorporating innovative design and standout features to create the brand’s biggest-ever push trolley offering.
A total of five Motocaddy push trolleys are now available, with the new P360, CUBE and P1 models being added to an upgraded version of the S1 Lite and the popular compact-folding M1 Lite. (more…)
Galvin Green, the No.1 brand in technical golf wear, is redefining the level of performance for clothing worn by serious golfers with the introduction of even more lightweight fabrics and contemporary designs in its 2017 Part Two range.
Designed for golfers by golfers, the new collection from the premium Swedish brand challenges conventional boundaries for comfort and style in outerwear, as well as adding top-quality PrimaLoft® padding and body-mapping to other high-performance clothing for greater warmth during the winter months. In total, there are 37 brand new lines in the range with six fresh colour choices. (more…)
Carly Booth, one of the UK’s leading female golfers, dropped by Royal Birkdale last week to sign a multi-year deal to play on the Ladies European Tour with a Pink Volvik S4 golf ball.
The popular Scottish player with a big social media following had used the same ball to qualify for this month’s US Open in New Jersey for the first time.
Carly signed the agreement with Volvik Chairman and founder Kyungahn Moon, who was over from South Korea and attended his first Open Championship. (more…)
Former Open Champions Padraig Harrington and Paul Lawrie lead the list of Wilson Staff players competing at the 146th staging of golf’s oldest Major at Royal Birkdale next week, all using the brand’s signature FG Tour V6 irons.
Harrington, who won the Claret Jug the last time The Open was played at the venue in 2008, returns to the Southport coast with good memories having hit one of the most memorable shots in Open history on his way to victory.
In howling conditions during the final round, a 5-wood from 249-yards on the 17th hole finished three feet away. A tap in eagle followed birdies on the 13th and 15th to record a final round 69 to retain the title he won at Carnoustie a year before. (more…)