Archive for February, 2015
Shared from Trendy Golf Magazine
Kjus aims to develop the most technical golfwear. No compromises. Kjus originated from an idea by Olympic ski champion Lasse Kjus and the Swiss entrepreneur Didi Serena. Kjus stand for sportswear made of innovative, high-performance material with a distinctive, clean design. With hands-on experience in skiwear and incredible experience, Kjus wanted to expand his vision through golf. With a passion for sport, Kjus made it his goal to transfer their technically perfected winter pieces to the green.
The Spring/Summer 15 collection uses innovative functional fabrics that are light, soft, low-noise and high-stretch. Fabrics that provide exceptional comfort to passionate golfers in search of individuality in the widest range of conditions all over the world – whether it’s in the biting wind and pouring rain of Scotland’s golf courses, in light showers and humid heat on Florida’s greens, or in the fresh cool climate of Europe’s highest golf course in the Engadin. But wait, there’s more…
Russell Henley’s path to becoming a multiple TOUR winner wasn’t a stroll down the fairway, but the Georgia Bulldog’s competitive fire propels him towards greater heights.
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Barnbougle Lost Farm is a 20 hole Links Golf course on Tasmania’s North East Coast in Australia. Officially opened on 10 December 2010, Lost Farm sits adjacent to The Dunes, which opened in December 2004.
Designed and constructed by world renowned U.S golf course architects Coore & Crenshaw, Lost Farm has quickly captured the attention of golfers around the world. Within a week of opening, Lost Farm was rated in the top 10 courses in Australia by Golf Australia Magazine, and after 8 months of opening the course entered the World Top 100 List (by US Golf Magazine) at #82 as one of only 4 new entrants into the biennial listing. But wait, there’s more…
Shared from Golfweek
Nike Golf and Tiger Woods are pushing technology in golf footwear yet again with the release of the TW’15.
Woods’ latest signature shoe is the first to feature Nike’s Flyweave technology in the upper. It integrates the Dynamic Flywire into a Flyweave upper with a Nike-Free outsole. The result gives Woods more stability, fit and flexibility.
“Nike keeps answering the bell every time I want to push the envelope,” Woods said in a release. “The new Flyweave technology provides even more stability and support for my foot, and when you pair that with the Free-inspired outsole, I noticed I can push off the ground better and finish my swing with power.” But wait, there’s more…