PGA Golf Show has kicked off with a bang..

Well there is a tank on the Oddessy stand so there has to be a bang? Right?

Watch out the coming days where will indepth product releases from manufactures.

• Titleist introduces 2nd-gen Velocity golf ball

The two-piece Velocity is designed to deliver maximum distance on all full-swing shots. And after listening to the feedback of golfers, Titleist decided the goal for this updated version would be to maintain the length off the tee but give the updated model a softer feel and a slightly lower ball flight.

• Titleist updates NXT Tour and  NXT Tour S golf balls

Titleist debuted new versions of its NXT Tour and NXT Tour S balls Wednesday at the PGA Merchandise Show, with a focus on feel. “Our goal with the NXT Tour was to make a softer golf ball,” said Bill Morgan, Titleist’s senior vice president of golf ball research and development.

• Titleist introduces new  DT SoLo ball

The core material and compression have not been changed in the DT SoLo – which remains the softest, lowest-compression ball that Titleist makes, adding a spherically tiled, 376-dimple cover pattern that is comprised of eight different dimples.
• Titleist updates line of Scotty Cameron Select putters

Titleist has announced that the Scotty Cameron Select line of putters has been updated, – think refinement, not revolution. Each of the three blade-style putters and two mid-size mallets feature adjustable weights positioned in the toe and heel areas of the sole; golfers can’t adjust them, but fitters can swap out weights.

• Titleist adds 3 models to Scotty Cameron GoLo putter line

Scotty Cameron made the original GoLo putter, a mid-size mallet with a rounded shape, available to golfers about three years ago. At the PGA Merchandise Show on Wednesday, Titleist announced GoLo has become its own family of putters. Four GoLo models are going to arrive in pro shops in April and golfers who like circular shapes and simple alignment systems should find these appealing.

• Fujikura’s MCI shaft

Fujikura’s MCI (Metal Composite Iron) shaft recently became widely available through the certified network of Fujikura dealers. This iron shaft is a blend of graphite and steel. The objective is better balance, feel and stability.

• UST Mamiya’s Recoil shafts

UST vice president and shaft designer Mike Guerrette says the company has finally mastered the ovaling process – just ask four-time major winner Ernie Els.

• Titleist intros Vokey Design Spin Milled 5 wedges

With new groove patterns, several sole designs and loads of bounce options, Titleist’s Vokey Design Spin Milled 5 wedges are designed for short game versatility.

• Bridgestone 2014 Tour Hydro Core B330 golf balls

Adding water to the core mixture via Hydro Core technology helped Bridgestone increase speed and decrease spin on its flagship line of B330 golf balls.

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