Battle On the Links
- Light afoot. Murphy, Mark S. // Golf World;8/12/2005, Vol. 59 Issue 7, p4
Presents several golf shoes. Efforts of golf shoe manufacturers to balance technical properties and fashion statements; Views of golf professionals on the performance and design of the shoes; Features and suggested retail prices of the shoes.
- GWB LIST. // Golf World;2/13/2004, Vol. 57 Issue 29, p3
Reports on the sales of various golf products for 2003. Number of units of balls sold during the year; Amount spent by consumers on golf shoes; Products that recorded rise in sales.
- Technological Performance. Kerrigan, Andy // SGB;Nov2006, Vol. 39 Issue 11, p24
The article looks at how the sporting goods market is beginning to fuse fashion and function in golf gear. According to the article, one of the hottest commodities in equipment is the hybrid golf club. The article discusses the marketing for Nike Golf's Juice golf ball, the market's move away...
- It's Gotta Be The Shoes. // Golf Digest;Jul2010, Vol. 61 Issue 7, p42
The articles focuses on the demand for Golf Street Premier shoes manufactured by footwear company Ecco USA Inc., after golfer Fred Couples, wore them at a Champions Tour event in January 2010. C.B. Tuite, general sales manager for Ecco USA's golf division, comments that the shoe can be worn on...
- Shop Talk ï¿½ Shoes. // Golf Digest;Mar2002 Supplement, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p48
Focuses on the terms associated in the utilization of golf shoes. Definition of terms; Elaboration of the terminologies; Assistance to golfers for golf shoes considerations.
- Softspikes. // Golf World;1/13/95, Vol. 48 Issue 22, p22
Predicts media topics on softspiked golf shoes in 1995. Support from players; Reshaping of public opinion.
- Meet your new sole mates. // Golf Digest;May2001, Vol. 52 Issue 5, p217
Presents several shoes designed for playing golf. Heritage from Adidas; Course Air Tour TW line from Nike; Golf Mocs from Dexter; Duratrac DMX from Reebok.
- Soft spikes. Russell, Geoff // Golf World;12/13/96, Vol. 50 Issue 22, p65
Focuses on the American golf world's transition to soft-spiked shoes. Legislation of soft spikes at more than 600 golf courses in North America; Failure of most Professional Golfers Association players to wear soft spikes; Traditional use of metal spikes in golf; Traditionalists' protest of the...
- The spikeless debate. Purkey, Mike // Golf Magazine;Feb97, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p72
Discusses the growing trend toward banning shoes with metal spikes in the United States golf courses. United States Golf Association's (USGA) plan to enforce a spikeless policy; Traction issue; Professional players who have gone spikeless; Benefits and downsides of going spikeless; Options to...