We had a visit from the guys at Cobra this week to fit four lucky readers into some of their 2017 gear.

And on the first day of spring too. There were joyous scenes as we made our way to the Golf Shack. Then it started snowing.

Anyway enough moaning about the weather. Our four readers had a fantastic day, really enjoyed the Cobra gear and we even got to see the clubs being built at the brand’s impressive factory in Leeds.

We’re used to travelling up and down the country for various events and meetings throughout the year so it was a real treat to have a home fixture.

Here’s a few bits you may have missed over the past week…

Jordan Spieth Masters scripting

Congratulations to Under Armour for being first to reveal what someone will be wearing at the Masters.

This is a good thing. It means the event itself isn’t far away and that’s one less brand we’ll be getting the scripting email from in Masters week.

He’ll obviously be wearing his signature Spieth One shoes. We’ll bring you full details of the Under Armour SS17 collection next week.

Henrik Stenson’s 3-wood

Stenson 3-wood

After dabbling with the new Callaway GBB Epic, order was restored as Henrik Stenson switched back to his trusty Diablo 3-wood at the Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Nippon offer Blue Modus wedge shaft

Nippon wedge shaft

The Nippon N.S. Pro Modus3 wedge shaft has been among the most popular among players on the PGA and European Tours.

Now 500 limited edition blue models are being released in 105, 115 and 125 weight options.

Find out more on the Nippon website.

Etiqus watch boost for club captains

Etiqus, who make specialist golfing watches, are offering golf club captains a free engraving with all timepiece purchases.

Available on any Etiqus model, the engraving service will be offered on purchases made through the website in 2017 and are customised to include name, club, and year of captaincy.

Rickie Fowler’s hi-tops sell for $25k

We reported last week how Rickie Fowler was auctioning a pair Puma hi-tops which paid tribute to the late Arnold Palmer.

The shoes were purchased this week for $25,300 with the money going to support the Arnie’s Army Charitable Foundation.