Posts Tagged ‘puma’

COBRA PUMA Golf launch Heritage Collection

Apr 13th

Classic style with cutting–edge technology (Shared from GolfPunk)

COBRA PUMA GOLF has introduced the Heritage Collection – including a Limited Edition Wood Grain KING F7 driver, a sophisticated chestnut herringbone pattern Driver Cap, along with stylish apparel and footwear.

The collection is designed to celebrate the rich history of golf and a nod to its icons. To bring the collection to life, COBRA PUMA GOLF is teaming up with Bryson DeChambeau for this tribute to the game and its bygone era with “throwback” style and equipment.

The COBRA KING F7 Wood Grain driver provides all the technological advantages of today, but is cosmetically altered to give the appearance of a beautifully–crafted persimmon driver head.

During round one of the 2017 RBC Heritage this week, Bryson will be outfitted from head–to–toe in a stylish, “heritage look” featuring a PUMA Golf button cardigan, Tailored Golf Chinos, Ignite Spikeless Sport shoes in a throwback brown colorway and his trademark Tour Driver Cap designed with a sophisticated chestnut herringbone fabric. But wait, there’s more…

Ecco Cage Pro Golf Shoes

Jan 19th

Spydr Grip does whatever a Spydr grip does (Shared from GolfPunk)

It’s shoe season here at GolfPunk Towers. There’s been new kicks from Puma and Under Armour in recent days, now it’s ECCO’s turn. And it’s like nothing you’ve seen before.  But wait, there’s more…

PUMA launch new women’s shoes

Nov 24th

Introducing the IGNITE Spikeless Sport Women’s shoes (Words: John Dean)


PUMA Golf has introduced two new, fashion-forward golf shoes that will ensure ladies are primed and ready to hit the links in style. But wait, there’s more…

Puma unveils IGNITE Spikeless shoe

Nov 19th


Cobra has released its Ignite Spikeless shoe to sit alongside the recently-launched TitanTour Ignite.

The new spikeless offering for men and women boasts the line’s “ultra-responsive” Ignite Foam, which is designed to maximise comfort and provide support.

“The IGNITE family of footwear was designed with comfort in mind,” said Grant Knudson, Head of Footwear, Puma Golf.

“Specifically, for the Spikeless version, we drew inspiration from classic golf footwear and combined that with a fashion-forward and sporty design, resulting in a stylish, high-performance shoe that can be worn on and off the course.”  But wait, there’s more…

Ian Poulter’s Ryder Cup Shoes

Oct 25th

Shared from TrendyGolf Magazine

Whatever happens in the final round at Medinah today, this year’s Ryder Cup will be remembered from a European perspective for the heroics of Ian Poulter.

The man from Hitchin has been nerveless under pressure, proving his worth and showing once more that he lives for golf’s biggest team competition.

One of the stand-out elements of Poulter’s latest Ryder Cup appearance, barring his teasing of the crowds and peerless putting stroke, has been the array of custom-designed Puma Neo Classic shoes that he’s been using to accessorise with the standard European team outfits. But wait, there’s more

Puma makes a move

May 5th

Acushnet Company who own golf brands Titleist and Footjoy have agreed to the sale of its Cobra brand to German sports firm Puma.
Regulatory approval is still required, but sports company Puma is expected to complete its purchase in the second quarter of the year, with the deal consisting of the Cobra brand, alongside related inventory, intellectual property and endorsement contracts.

Professionals contracted to Cobra, including Ian Poulter and Camilo Villegas, will continue to receive their typical service and guidance during the transition period.

Wally Uihlein, chairman and chief executive of Acushnet Company, said: “With the sale of Cobra, we have the opportunity to devote all of our resources to the global growth of our industry-leading Titleist and FootJoy brands. But wait, there’s more