February 16 2013
Compiled by Jonathan Wall, PGATOUR.COM Equipment Insider
Each week the PGATour.com Equipment Report will take a look around the equipment world and highlight some of the most talked-about stories.
Looking for a glimpse of what players are using this week at Riviera? Here's a photo gallery that highlights, among other things, Roger Cleveland's custom ground Callaway wedge for Nicolas Colsaerts, and the True Temper Dynamic Gold S400 Ryder Cup sticker Matt Kuchar still has on his 56-degree wedge. [Golf Digest]
Scotty Cameron unveils the new mallet-style Select GoLo 5 and GoLo S5. The mallet putters feature an elegant rounded profile and racy soleplate with Select weighting technology for modern balance and stability. The new model will be available on March 15. [Titleist]
Does Rickie Fowler move the needle more than anyone else on the PGA TOUR? James Miles from the Hackers Paradise takes a look. [Hackers Paradise]
GolfWRX's Zak Kozuchowski talks to the designers behind "The Only Green," a synthetic, indoor putting green being touted as the next best thing to putting on the perfectly manicured putting surface at your local club. Even better? It's very low maintenance. [GolfWRX]
Composite irons shafts are making an impact on the PGA TOUR, thanks in large part to companies like Aerotech (Matt Kuchar and Brandt Snedeker are already using the shafts). Golfweek's James Achenbach spoke with Aerotech owner and president Chris Hilleary about the company's future in the marketplace. [Golfweek]