The Bunny is back. Our good friends at Psycho Bunny launch the new Cameron Polo, teaming up with PGA Tour Pro Cam Tringale for his very own shirt. Cam’s a stud; so you can’t go wrong trying to look like him, since you probably can’t hit ‘em like he does. This shirt is a must cop! And to help out, Delofted has an exclusive 25% discount flash sale! Yup, 25% off ‘The Cameron’ Polo in your choice of color – going on right now through Monday (Dec 12). Just type ‘DELOFT25‘ at checkout. Available in 6 colorways, plus free shipping.
We’re talking fine Pima cotton from Peru and an athletic fit that allows your golf swing to move freely while looking sharp. The striped polo has an embroidered PB logo on the chest, and reinforced seams for the movement the pros (and amateurs) need. Not to mention, the contrast-color collars and sleeve trims give it that distinctive look that allow you to go from the golf course to a business meeting in stride.
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ECCO running a contest to get a Freddie Couples shoe autographed by Boom Boom himself. How do you get one? CyberMonday special pricing on the ECCO Street Golf shoe here. Delofted has profiled these spikes before, and its a quality soft spike.
Nike releases a new video featuring its Method Core Drone putter series and gives some insights into the development and creative process. It may look funny, but seems like these new Method Core Drones could do some damage on the greens.
Check out this new entrant into the barefoot spikes market, Vivobarefoot drops the Hybrid golf shoe. The zero-pitch performance last is aligned to the axis of the foot for a perfect barefoot fit. Plus, these shoes have an antibacterial lining, removable dry moisture control bamboo-charcoal foam footbed. So snug, and really lightweight too (6.7. oz). Available in 3 colorways (white, black, and brown).
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Nike drops the Extreme Sport IV bag for the walkers out there. Ventilated air mesh backpad, insulated water pocket, and features the new Nike Grind zipper pulls that are made using raw materials from the recycling of athletic shoes and scrap metals. We’re talking about 8 different bold colorways – even argyle! – and a street price of only $129. Grab one and start walking to burn off those holiday calories.
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Wilson Golf drops its lightest driver its ever engineered, the 450cc head DXi Superlight that weights in at an absurdly light 269 grams. For those keeping score, that’s almost 50 grams lighter than most traditional drivers. Lighter club means a lower swing effort, resulting in greater club head speed. Hopefully that gives you more power and a longer drive. Practice not included.
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Nike Golf capitalizes on the success of its VR Pro franchise with the introduction of the highly crafted Nike VR Pro Forged Dual-Sole wedge. The wedge is developed with a precise forging process, resulting in a wedge that offers accurate shot-shaping performance and a greater propensity for low scoring. Plus its built for PGA Tour athletes, the VR Pro Forged DS wedge features a Dual-Sole grind, ensuring ideal set-up from sand, fringe, fairway or deep rough. The Dual-Sole provides two distinct benefits: prevents digging on normal shots, and keeps the leading edge low on short flop shots.
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Mizuno releases its latest incarnation of its legendary forging process. Their new MP-59 irons combines a patented Grain Flow Forged 1025E “Pure Select” mild carbon steel and pure titanium, to create a head that provides a soft and solid feel. Plus, they’re forgiving too since the Ti muscle technology provides some leeway with your bad shots. Street price of almost a cool grand.
Yes, we’ve seen them before, but Ping redesigned its famous Hoofer carry bags. The crisp features include a brand new strap design that provides optimum balance while giving the player a backpack-style fit. At slightly over 5 lbs, the Hoofer also has a 5-way reinforced top with two full-length dividers. Oh, and don’t forget the 8 pockets throughout the bag including a water-bottle pouch. Available in a slew of colorways.
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Effortlessly cool Southern California-based Travis Mathew presents a Limited Edition Headcover. Available in all-black or all-white, these putter covers feature TM script embroidery on the side and top. Comes with a magnetic TM circle icon ball marker on the side, and a magnetic close.
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Ogio drops a fresh full size bag dubbed the Chamber. And it’s surely a lockbox for your clubs. There’s a protective membrane and compression fit bottom in each club compartment. Together, it securely holds each club grip and shaft, so that none of your sticks even touch. Naturally, the bag packs all of the other modern amenities such as zipperless ball pocket, lift grip molded trunk handle, glove/putter cover with velcro attachment strip, integrated tee holder, and internal cell phone pocket. The Chamber is available for $260 and comes with free shipping. Available in all black and black/orange.
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The good people at Bettinardi release MLB officially licensed headcovers in the spirit of the 2011 World Series between the St. Louis Cardinals and Texas Rangers. These protective covers offers elegance and comfort for your flatstick. It also features Bettinardi’s patented Neoprene closure with black interior. 100% made in the USA.
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