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 Golf-swing monitoring system patent thumbnailGolf-swing monitoring system
A system for automatically gathering information on a performance of an action involving an object being hit or struck, the system comprising at least one object contact sensor for detecting a contact with the object. Preferably one or more of the at least one object contact sensors comprises a shock and/or vibration sensor such as an accelerometer, and/or one or more of the at least one object contact sensors comprises a sound sensor; and the system is configured to at least partially detect shock and/or vibrations caused by contact with the object using the one or more shock and/or vibration sensors and/or at least partially detect sound generated by contact with the object using the one or more sound sensors to thereby detect contact with the object.
Shot Scope Technologies Limited


 Selectable weight assembly for golf clubs patent thumbnailSelectable weight assembly for golf clubs
The present invention is directed to a selectable weight assemblies for insertion into a golf club shaft. An embodiment of the selectable weight assembly includes a plug, a sleeve, a socket, a primary weight, and a bushing coaxially assembled in order along a major axis corresponding to the central axis of the golf shaft interior.

 Golf bag base assembly patent thumbnailGolf bag base assembly
A golf bag base assembly with snap features is disclosed herein. The assembly preferably comprises a base with pin holes extending through a bottom surface, a retaining ring with locking pin receptacles at locations designed to line up with the pin holes, and a plurality of locking pins with compressible slotted ends that engage corresponding pin holes and locking pin receptacles to securely attach the base to the retaining ring.
Callaway Golf Company


 Aerodynamic golf club head patent thumbnailAerodynamic golf club head
An aerodynamic golf club head producing reduced aerodynamic drag forces via the curvature of a crown section. At least a portion of the crown section may be composed of low density materials, including nonmetallic materials..
Taylor Made Golf Company, Inc.


 Golf club heads with aerodynamic shape and related methods patent thumbnailGolf club heads with aerodynamic shape and related methods
Embodiments of golf club heads with aerodynamic shape and related methods are described herein. Various embodiments of the golf club heads with aerodynamic shape and related methods include a golf club head comprising a body.
Karsten Manufacturing Corporation


 Golf club head with transition profiles to reduce aerodynamic drag patent thumbnailGolf club head with transition profiles to reduce aerodynamic drag
Embodiments of golf club heads having transition profiles to reduce aerodynamic drag during a swing are described herein. In some embodiments, a golf club head includes a crown transition profile having a first crown radius of curvature, a sole transition profile having a first sole radius of curvature, and a rear transition profile having a rear radius of curvature..
Karsten Manufacturing Corporation


 Golf ball resin composition and golf ball patent thumbnailGolf ball resin composition and golf ball
An object of the present invention is to provide a golf ball resin composition having high resilience and flexibility. The present invention provides a golf ball resin composition, comprising (a) at least one resin component selected from the group consisting of (a-1) a binary copolymer, (a-2) an ionomer resin consisting of a metal ion-neutralized product of a binary copolymer, (a-3) a ternary copolymer, and (a-4) an ionomer resin consisting of a metal ion-neutralized product of a ternary copolymer, (b) a saturated fatty acid, (c) an unsaturated fatty acid, and (d) a carboxyl group modified diene polymer having at least two carboxyl groups and/or an anhydride of the carboxyl groups; and having a neutralization degree of more than 80 mole %, wherein a total amount of (b) the saturated fatty acid, (c) the unsaturated fatty acid and (d) the carboxyl group modified diene polymer ranges from 100 parts by mass to 200 parts by mass with respect to 100 parts by mass of (a) the resin component..
Dunlop Sports Co. Ltd.


 Direction indicating device for putter patent thumbnailDirection indicating device for putter
A direction indicating device for a putter according to the present invention corresponds to a direction indicating device for a putter having a putter head, comprising: a base member attached to one side surface of the putter head; and a direction indicating member detachably coupled to the base member wherein at least a part of the direction indicating member extends frontward of the putter head in parallel with the stroke direction of the putter head while being maintained at a level higher than a golf ball. According to the present invention as described above, since a user can visually identify an alignment state of the putter head at the time of putting, the user can easily move the putter head along a target line and thus can improve the accuracy of the putting..

 Golf practice device patent thumbnailGolf practice device
A golf practise mat including a stance section and a ball strike section. The stance section is segmented into a plurality of planar components so that the golf may can be disassembled for shipping and storage.
Fiberbuilt Manufacturing Inc.


 Golf swing measurement and analysis system patent thumbnailGolf swing measurement and analysis system
A golf club head includes a club face with at least one impact sensor, where the sensor has a passive piezoelectric element that is integrated into the club face, the passive piezoelectric element being able to generate a signal when an impact force is applied to the club face. An energy storage assembly includes a battery, a capacitor, or both.
Golf Impact Llc


Short-shaft training golf club

Present invention discloses a short-shaft training golf club for practicing golf swing in a confined environment, and particularly a method for determining its shaft length and simulating the swing plane of a standard golf club.. .

Golf club head with interior weight adjustable in multiple directions

A golf club head includes a striking face, and a body coupled to the striking face. The body includes a crown, a sole disposed in generally opposed relation to the crown, and a back extending away from the striking face.
Dunlop Sports Company Limited

Golf bag

A golf bag is provided with a lower frame, an inner frame, two positioning support members, an upper frame, an outer support member and a cover. The two slots are provided at two opposite sides of the inner frame, the magnetic member is disposed on the inner surface of each of the slots, the first receiving cavities are formed on the lower frame, the magnetic end of the positioning support members are inserted in the slots and attracted by the magnetic members, and another end of the positioning support members are inserted in the first receiving cavities, all these arrangements contribute to strengthening the connection between the inner and lower frames, consequently stabilizing the structure of the golf bag..

Golf putter head with visual alignment aid and methods of manufacture

Embodiments for a golf club head comprising a body having a face, a back opposite the face, a heel, a toe opposite the heel, a crown, and a sole opposite the crown, a centerline perpendicular to the face and passing through a geometric center of the face, and an alignment aid disposed on a crown surface of the crown, the alignment aid comprising an alignment aid width, wherein the alignment aid width is approximately equal to a diameter of a golf ball, and a sight line disposed on the crown surface, the sight line being aligned with the centerline; wherein the alignment aid width is centered about the centerline.. .
Karsten Manufacturing Corporation

Golf club stabilization and momentum apparatuses and methods

golf club stabilization and momentum apparatuses and methods of use are provided herein. An example apparatus can include a body having a tubular compartment defining a tubular channel, the tubular compartment extending from a surface of the body and having a sealed front end and a sealed rear end, as well as a front face.

Forged slotted iron golf club

An iron golf club head is disclosed. The iron golf club head can include a hosel portion, a heel portion, a toe portion, a face portion, and a sole portion all forged from a single piece of steel.
Mizuno Usa, Inc.

Iron-type golf club head with body wall aperture

An iron-type golf club head includes a body having a wall extending about an opening, a faceplate, at least first and second apertures extending through the wall, and at least first and second plugs. The wall has and outer peripheral surface and a first hardness.
Wilson Sporting Goods Co.

Golf club head

A golf club head includes a striking face having a face center, a bottom portion, a top portion including an exterior surface, a hosel including an imaginary vertical hosel plane, a forwardmost point, and a rearwardmost point. In an imaginary vertical plane perpendicular to the hosel plane and passing through the face center, the exterior surface includes a path having a first point and a second point rearward of the first point.
Sri Sports Limited

Adjustable golf club

Apparatus and methods are described herein to provide a golf club, such as, for example, a putter, with a select loft angle and/or a select lie angle. In some embodiments, an apparatus includes a golf club having a golf club head, a hosel, and a hosel shim.
Brainstorm Golf, Inc.

Golf balls incorporating at least one thermosetand/or thermoplastic layer/coating/film via reactive spray

A method of forming a golf ball comprising at least one layer consisting of at least one of a thermoset or thermoplastic composition comprising the steps of: providing a subassembly having at least one of an innermost surface or an outermost surface; providing at least one polymeric mixture pc comprising a plurality of particles having a softening, melting and/or reacting temperature mp; heating a fluid with a heat source that does not contact pc to a temperature mph wherein mp≦mph to form a heated fluid; softening, melting and/or reacting the plurality of particles by mixing each polymeric mixture pc with at least one heated fluid and forming at least one heated mixture pcs; and propelling each pcs onto at least one of the innermost surface or the outermost surface to form a thermoset and/or thermoplastic layer tmpl about the outermost surface which may be comprised of a heterogeneous composition. The thickness of tmpl may be from about 3 mils to about 0.10 in..
Acushnet Company

Golf ball

An object of the present invention is to provide a golf ball traveling a great flight distance. The present invention provides a golf ball comprising a spherical core and a cover covering the spherical core, wherein the golf ball has a ratio (t2/t1) of a time (t2) to a time (t1) of 1.05 or more in a hitting test using a driver (at a head speed of 40 m/sec), wherein the time (t1) is a time taken from a moment that the driver begins to contact with the golf ball to a moment that the golf ball reaches a maximum deformation amount, and the time (t2) is a time taken from the moment that the golf ball reaches the maximum deformation amount to a moment that the golf ball leaves the driver..
Dunlop Sports Co. Ltd.

Golf ball cores having foam center and thermoset outer layers with hardness gradients

Multi-layered golf ball core sub-assemblies and the resulting golf balls are provided. The core structure includes an inner core (center) comprising a foam composition, preferably foamed polyurethane.
Acushnet Company

Golf ball having medium positive gradient quotient

Where g′ is the core positive hardness gradient in shore c, t is the percent of trans-polybutadiene isomer at the core outer surface, and cor is the coefficient of restitution of the core measured at an incoming velocity of 125 ft/s.. .

Golf ball

An object of the present invention is to provide a golf ball excellent in flying performance, in particular, to provide a golf ball traveling a great flight distance. The present invention provides a golf ball having a spherical core and at least one cover layer covering the spherical core, wherein the spherical core is formed from a rubber composition containing (a) a base rubber, (b) an α,β-unsaturated carboxylic acid having 3 to 8 carbon atoms and/or a metal salt thereof as a co-crosslinking agent, (c) a crosslinking initiator, and (d1) an aromatic carboxylic acid or (d2) an aromatic carboxylic acid salt, provided that the rubber composition further contains (e) a metal compound in the case of containing only (b) the α,β-unsaturated carboxylic acid having 3 to 8 carbon atoms as the co-crosslinking agent..
Dunlop Sports Co., Ltd.

Illuminated golf

There is set forth herein one or more feature for providing illuminated golf. The one or more feature can comprise e.g., a golf cup apparatus having a light source bank, a golf flag apparatus having a light source bank, a wearable apparatus having a light source bank, an illumination providing golf ball and an apparatus for charging a golf ball having a light source bank..

Golf ball with rfid inlay in a molded impression

A compressible core with an rfid tag is described. The compressible core includes an rfid integrated circuit, a carrier material, a molded compressible core, and a fill material.
Edge Technology

Golf club head with stiffening member

A golf club head including a crown, a sole, a hosel, a face, a weight port, an internal cavity, and a stiffening member. The weight port is affixed to the sole.
Acushnet Company

Golf club with improved weighting

A plurality of two or more golf clubs with improved weighting characteristics is disclosed. More specifically, the present invention discloses a specific relationship between the mass mclub of the golf club and the length lclub to help improve the performance of the golf club..
True Temper Sports, Inc.

After market metal golf club grip

An after-market golf club grip for attachment to the shaft of a golf club includes an elongate outer body and absorption means for absorbing vibration in the outer body when the golf club strikes a golf ball. The outer body defines a bore along its longitudinal axis to accommodate a golf club shaft.

Golf club configured for multiple adjustability

In some embodiments, an adjustable putter includes a club body defining a substantially planar face for striking a golf ball, and a hosel including a hosel neck and a hosel adapter configured to be received within a hosel chamber defined by the club body. The hosel adapter defines an interior channel.
Brainstorm Golf, Inc.

Adjustable golf club and system and associated golf club heads and shafts

In general, aspects of this invention relate to golf clubs or golf club components incorporating adjustment members that permit ready adjustability of golf club parameters and/or interchangeability of golf club components to change a golf club configuration, and methods for providing golf clubs. According to aspects of this invention, an adjustment member may be utilized to allow the adjustability of a golf club parameter to change a golf club configuration, while ensuring there is substantially no change to other club or club head variables, parameters or characteristics.
Nike, Inc.

Golf club head

A putter-type golf club head has a main body and a face component including a first element formed of a resilient material. The putter-type golf club head also has a second element forward of the first element and including a rigid material.
Dunlop Sports Co. Ltd.

Golf club stabilization and momentum apparatuses and methods

golf club stabilization and momentum apparatuses and methods of use are provided herein. An example apparatus can include a body having a tubular sidewall defining a tubular channel having a sealed front end and a sealed rear end, as well as a front face.

Golf club head

A golf club providing improved golf ball launch conditions is disclosed herein. The golf club includes a face component and a sole comprising an elongated recess disposed proximate the face component.
Callaway Golf Company

Golf club heads with insert and related methods

Some embodiments include a golf club head with an insert. Other embodiments for related golf club heads and methods are also disclosed..
Karsten Manufacturing Corporation

Iron-type golf club head

A golf club head having a thin topline and improved sound is disclosed herein. The golf club head, which preferably is a three-piece iron-type head, comprises a body with truss supports linking a lower body portion of the iron with a top portion.
Callaway Golf Company

Club heads with varying groove parameters and related methods

Some embodiments include a first golf club head and a second golf club head. The first golf club head includes a body having a face portion, and the second golf club head includes a body having a face portion.
Karsten Manufacturing Corporation

Golf club heads and methods to manufacture golf club heads

Embodiments of golf club heads and methods to manufacture golf club heads are generally described herein. In one example, a golf club head may include a body portion and a plurality of weight portions.
Parsons Xtreme Golf, Llc

Golf club with non-metallic connection assembly

A golf club head having a connection assembly with a non-metallic component possessing unique relationships that offer increased durability, weight sayings, and reduced manufacturing costs.. .
Taylor Made Golf Company, Inc.

Golf ball cores made from plasticized thermoplastic compositions containing non-acid polymers

Multi-layered golf balls containing a two-layered core assembly are provided. Preferably, at least one of the core layers is formed from a thermoplastic composition that comprises: a) thermoplastic non-acid polymer, and b) plasticizer.
Acushnet Company

Golf ball compositions

The present invention is directed to thermoset rubber compositions comprising from 1 phr to 20 phr of a zinc ionomer. The thermoset rubber composition is used to form at least one layer of a one-piece, two-piece, or multi-layer golf ball..
Acushnet Company

Golf ball

An object of the present invention is to provide a golf ball having an excellent initial velocity when being hit at a head speed of 50 m/sec and an improved initial velocity when being hit at a head speed of 40 m/sec. The present invention provides a golf ball comprising a spherical core and a cover covering the spherical core, wherein the golf ball has a rebound equivalence energy ratio (r40) ranging from 65.50% to 99.0% at a deformation amount of 7%, and a rebound equivalence energy ratio (r50) ranging from 20.0% to 70.0% at a deformation amount of 19%, in a compression test (measurement temperature: −70° c., compression speed: 30 mm/min) applying a load to the golf ball along a radial direction of the golf ball..
Dunlop Sports Co. Ltd.

Golf ball

An object of the present invention is to provide a golf ball having an excellent initial velocity when being hit at a head speed of 50 m/sec and an improved initial velocity when being hit at a head speed of 40 m/sec. The present invention provides a golf ball comprising a spherical core and at least one cover covering the spherical core, wherein the spherical core is formed from a core rubber composition containing (a) a base rubber, (b) a co-crosslinking agent, (c) a crosslinking initiator and (x) a crosslinked rubber powder, and (x) the crosslinked rubber powder is formed from a rubber composition containing (a1) a base rubber, (b1) a co-crosslinking agent, (c1) a crosslinking initiator and (r) a resin component..
Dunlop Sports Co. Ltd.

Golf balls having layers made of silicone elastomers

Multi-layered golf balls having at least one layer made of a foamed silicone composition are provided. Multi-layered golf balls having at least one layer made of non-foamed silicone elastomer composition also are provided.
Acushnet Company





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