The Golf Industry's Source for IP News
Golf Inventions, Patents, and Technology via The IP Golf Guy (aka The Golf Patent Attorney): Monthly Archives for January 2009

This Club May Be A Tough Sell, Even for Callaway (but I would give it a try... for sure)

Looking to Get a Little Extra Distance Out of Your Drives? Perhaps You Need an “Assistive Energy Type Golf Club”

A Bridgestone Golf Ball Fitting Patent Application Publishes! Should Contain All Sorts of Cool Ball Fitting Information, Right?

How is Your Knowledge of Triboluminescent Materials? Probably Not Good, but Would You Buy a Reversible Color-Changing Golf Ball? Taylor Made Hopes So

Want to Read Greens Like Camilo Villegas but Don’t Have the Back for It, or Is the Belly Getting in the Way?

Proof That No Business Can Ignore Patents; Greg Norman Interactive Named in Patent Infringement Lawsuit Regarding a “Size Adjustable Hat!”

Bridgestone Wants Some Information Redacted from the ProV1 Litigation Court Order, But Why?

Golf Balls With Grooves; Truth or Fiction?

Really, Is a Heated Club Head Cover Necessary?

GolfTech Wins & the Dancin’ Dogg Loses

Talk About Alternative Energy! Why Not Generate Electrical Power From The Impact Of A Golf Club And Golf Ball?

Grooves of the Future?

How Is Your Knowledge of Electromagnetic Field Theory, Soddy Circles, and Circle Packing Theory? Fortunately Acushnet’s Golf Ball Engineers Know a Little About These Subjects

Can You Identify These New Irons?

Is Foam the Future of PING? Probably Not, But Check Out This Interesting Karsten Manufacturing Patent Application!