What you may have missed from the busiest week of the year
New golf equipment 2019: Pure blades from Wilson
Wilson have modernised one of their most iconic clubs with the release of the new Wilson Staff Model blade irons.
As used by new signing Gary Woodland, these irons feature a milled face which provides players with improved control and feel.
The forged 8620 carbon steel is combined with a high polish mirror finish to give the blades a premium finish.
SRP: £899 (3-PW)
More information can be found on the Wilson website.
New golf equipment 2019: EvnRoll add new models
Evnroll have added four new models for 2019 – each featuring their ‘sweet face’ technology.
The ER1TS, ER2.2, ER5B, ER8.3 are 100% milled putters featuring Guerin Rife’s innovative and unique mill pattern engineered to deliver uniform performance across the entire hitting area of the putter face.
More information can be found on the Evnroll website.
New golf equipment 2019: G/Fore brighten things up
G/Fore have unveiled their ‘Irreverent Elegance’ Spring Summer footwear collection.
And for something even more eye-catching check out the brand new MG4.1.
This athletic styled shoe (£149) is infused with premium lightweight comfort and performance technologies.
More information can be found on the G/Fore website.
New golf equipment 2019: Rickie Fowler to play TaylorMade TP5x golf ball
This is a huge move. Rickie Fowler has signed a deal to play the brand new TaylorMade TP5x golf ball.
He joins Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, John Rahm and Justin Rose who all currently use a TP5 model.
— TaylorMadeGolfEurope (@TaylorMadeTour) January 21, 2019
Fowler has previously used the Titleist Pro V1.
More information on the new TP5 golf balls can be found on the TaylorMade website.
European Tour duo sign with FootJoy
FootJoy have added Bernd Wiesberger and Paul Dunne to their list of players wearing the full range shoes, apparel, gloves and socks.
Wiesberger, who is re-joining FJ after a spell with Under Armour, said: “I am excited to be wearing FJ apparel again, and I can’t wait to work with this talented group of people. I’m looking forward to a very comfortable European Tour season.”
— FootJoy Europe (@FootJoyEurope) January 23, 2019
More information can be found on the FootJoy website.
Woodland officially a Puma man
As well as new Wilson irons, Gary Woodland will be wearing new Puma clothing and shoes.
Galvin add Merritt to tour staff
American Troy Merritt has signed a deal will Galvin Green.