- A material difference in putters. Weathers, Ed; Shrake, Bud // Golf Digest;May94, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p64
Presents a list of golf clubs with various material composition introduced by sporting goods manufacturers in 1994. Brass, aluminum, plastic, graphite, and balata as range of materials for clubs; Features of the golf equipment; Suggested retail price of clubs.
- Fit to be bigger, stronger, longer. Kostis, Peter; McCord, Gary // Golf Digest;Mar1998, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p68
Focuses on the importance of using the proper golf clubs suited to individual physique to maximize golf skills. Availability of space-age materials allowing club manufacturers to produce equipment suited to big people; Importance of playing with golf clubs customized to fit an individual golf...
- Taking a little off the top. Farricker, Peter // Golf Digest;Mar1998, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p187
Examines the differences between wood and metal golf drivers. Depth of wood drivers' center of gravity due to added metal soleplates; Creation of higher launch angle and spin rate; Presence of more weight around metal clubheads' perimeter; Advantage of metal woods in straighter and longer...
- It's about Ti. // Golf World;1/19/96, Vol. 49 Issue 24, p6
Presents a look at the oversized titanium metal woods golf club from Cobra. Titled the King Cobra Ti driver; Cost; Features.
- Putting for (big) dough. // Golf World;10/18/96, Vol. 50 Issue 17, p4
Reports Tiger Woods' Scottydale putter made Scotty Cameron used in winning the Las Vegas Invitational. Why the putter is sold only in Japan; Number of Las Vegas Invitational Scottydale `victory putters' produced; Inscription on the putters; Amateur Champion Tiger Woods commemorational putters.
- Ex-Navy engineer puts armor-piercing material on a... Hensen, Mike // Golf World;06/20/97, Vol. 50 Issue 45, p77
Discusses about Condor Armor-Pierce, a golf club created by a Naval Ordnance engineer. Characteristics of materials used in the creation of the club; Features of the product; Prices.
- Clinton's plowshare. // Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists;Sep/Oct1995, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p7
Reports that President Bill Clinton has a new golf club called the Peace Missile, a gift from a Russian who fashioned the club from parts of a dismantled Russian nuclear missile.
- Three shots, one club. Labauve, Sandy // Golf Digest;Apr97, Vol. 48 Issue 5, Extra for women p1
Presents three specialty shots that uses a sand wedge. Aiming of the leading edge of the sand wedge at the ball's equator; Normal chipping stroke with shoulders set parallel with the downslope; Effectiveness in sand shot due to its resistance. INSET: Against the collar..
- Laser Surface Modification in GOLF CLUBS. Aldrich, Darin // Advanced Materials & Processes;Sep2003, Vol. 161 Issue 9, p38
Focuses on the different surface engineering technologies in golf club design in the U.S. Importance of thick film coatings; Significance of grooves in the performance of irons and wedges of golf ball spin; Development of graphite composites on the shafts of the club.