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We've assigned John Kim one big task this week: Walk the miles of aisles on the Show floor and report back on what -- and or who -- is getting the most buzz out there. Here's his report for the final day.
We've assigned John Kim one big task this week: Walk the miles of aisles on the Show floor and report back on what -- and or who -- is getting the most buzz out there. Here's his report for Day 2.
We've assigned John Kim one big task this week: Walk the miles of aisles on the Show floor and report back on what -- and or who -- is getting the most buzz out there. Here's his report for Day 1.
Rolling into Saturday's final chapter of the PGA Merchandise Show, most of the nearly 1,000 companies exhibiting are encouraged about the economy and believe the golf industry is primed for a turnaround year.
Walking the course is more appealing than ever as companies come out with the lightest, most comfortable golf shoes ever. Check out our PGA Show favorites from Allen Edmonds, Kikkor, Ecco, True linkswear, Dawgs Golf, and more.
The secret to golf is getting the ball in the hole. That task should be easier than ever, thanks to many of the amazing new putters from Odyssey, SeeMore, Scotty Cameron, Rife and others on display this week in Orlando.
It's tough to play well if you're not comfortable on the course. The 2011 lineup of golf apparel from such companies as Cutter & Buck, Sun Mountain, Divots and Antigua will help you look and feel great, even if you don't score so well.
How do you get from your tee shot to the green? With an iron shot, most likely. Take a look at some of the interesting new sets from companies such as Wilson, Nike and Mizuno that'll make your approaches more accurate than ever.
Who wants to hit the ball farther? Pretty much everybody does, and we spotlight a plethora of exciting new drivers from Adams and Titleist to Ping and TaylorMade designed to provide maximum distance off the tee.
This year in Orlando is seeing more crowds, and a better outlook for the business of golf. From the Equipment Test Center to the Fashion Gallery, the length of the Show floor is filled with attendees who came ready to place orders.
A joint venture to promote a series of annual golf shows in China will combine the strength of the existing China Golf Show and the power of the PGA Merchandise Show brand, and help grow the game in both Asia and America.
The two governing bodies that stage the Ryder Cup have unveiled a new logo that strengthens their alliance and will support their objective to further enhance and expand its global brand awareness.
With a new, eight-year agreement in place, The PGA of America has announced that CBS Sports will broadcast the PGA Championship through 2019, which includes support of the PGA's Centennial in 2016.