Evolution of The Long Game

Kerrigan, Andy
October 2007
SGB;Oct2007, Vol. 40 Issue 10, p22
Trade Publication
The article reports on the golf clubs' high-MOI technology, which makes hitting the ball straight easier, being incorporated into hybrid golf clubs. The Nike brand will use its SQ2 technology with hybrids, which are a combination of wood and metal in one club. Gidge Moody, product line manager, golf clubs for Nike Golf, discusses the technology, the size of the market for the clubs and the geometry golf club driver.


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