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Nike & Duval, Scotty "Hollywood" and More

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Hey everyone, thanks for stopping by, we have a new update from our sports writer Scott Kramer. Today we have some news from Ecco, Nike golf bags and shoes, Scotty Cameron Hollywood and more.  Enjoy!

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    ECCO added Jennifer Johnson to its Tour staff. She will sport the company logo on her headwear and compete in the ECCO’s new Golf Street and BIOM Golf shoes, as well as be featured in worldwide marketing and advertising campaigns in 2011…

  • Nike Golf introduced the Sport cart bag ($150) that features a 14-way dual-sided top that’s reversible for easy configuration on both pull and power carts. Tactile rear and front strips enhance stability on this nine-pocket model…
  • Speaking of Nike, company Tour staffer Paul Casey helped design Nike’s new Lunar Control saddle-style shoes ($190) that tout stability, comfort and lightness. Inside are Lunarlon Foam midsole and Flywire stability — which are also found in Nike’s running shoes…
  • Etonic will soon debut a Stabilizer shoe ($150) for 2011 with an athletic design and lining made of Outlast, a space material that reduces heat and moisture inside the shoe by more than 40 percent and keeps the foot cool, dry and comfortable, regardless of weather. Etonic also launched its women’s 2011 golf footwear line that includes the lightweight and comfortable Sport Tech ($85) and Lite Tech II ($65) shoes…
  • Scotty Cameron debuted the Hollywood putter ($300) – part of the California Series – that features heel-toe weighting and a raw stainless finish. It has a rich-looking “Honey-Dipped” finish…
  • Since Nike Golf and David Duval recently parted ways, Duval’s been playing clubs from Titleist, Tour Edge Exotics, Nike, Scratch Golf and Mizuno, as well as a Titleist Pro V1x ball…
  • Bushnell released the Neo+ ($149) Golf GPS rangefinder that provides instant yardage readings to more than 16,000 pre-loaded U.S. golf courses…
  • Cleveland Golf’s new Classic Collection BP putter line includes several models, including the CC1 ($79.99), a glare-reducing black platinum, plumber’s neck blade. The 17-4 stainless steel putter features a CNC milled face for a soft, responsive feel, as well as heel-toe weighting…
  • KZG unveiled its EC-II irons ($79/club with graphite shaft, $69/steel) for low-to-mid handicappers that morph from a mid-size cavity back in the longest iron to a muscle back in the shortest wedge…
  • PGA Tour pro Ryan Moore co-founded a shoe company, TRUE linkswear. The company’s golf shoe, the TRUE tour ($159), was inspired by the trend of running barefoot, to better use a foot’s anatomical features. In fact, it’s the first golf shoe built on a barefoot platform, the lightest on the PGA Tour (11 oz.), and has the thinnest sole (2.5 mm). And it’s incredibly comfortable.

Scott Kramer Golf equipment book

 

Veteran golf equipment writer and former Golf Magazine senior editor Scott Kramer has published a new e-book, How To Buy The Right Golf Equipment. The easy-reading book helps the average golfer by simplifying the process of buying clubs, shafts, balls, bags and shoes — as well as buying equipment for other people, including your spouse and kids. For the complete book, visit amazon.com for the Kindle version or lulu.com for the instant pdf download.

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