Orlando, FL – This past week the PGA of America hosted the 60th PGA Merchandise Show. The annual event hosts roughly 40,000 attendees ranging from PGA Professionals to golf retailers to golf media. The week begins with the Demo Day held on the massive 360 degree driving range at Orange County National Golf Center. The Demo Day features just about any equipment manufacturer you’ve ever heard of and several that you haven’t. Attendees make their way from booth to booth trying the latest offerings in golf equipment. Here are some of the images from Demo Day:
A 360 degree view of Demo Day…
Tourbound – This is a golfing robot. It is an instructional tool to help golfers find and feel the correct swingplane.
Several spike companies offered free spike changes including Champ Spikes.
Now you won’t be thirsty on the golf course.
The Golf Swing Shirt helps players maintain the correct arm position while swinging the club. As you can see, it is endorsed by 3-time major champion Paraig Harrington.
The Little One from PSP Golf is a ball-striking trainer. The idea is that your regular iron will look much bigger after you use this aid.
Kronos makes hand-milled putters. They are a small company based in California.
Wilson Staff’s Vizor putter features a red line to show the player when the putter is not properly soled or lined up.
Nike’s VRS Covert Driver features a cavity to move weight toward the heel and toe.
And here’s how it looks at address.
It’s a party at Cobra-Puma’s area. Cornhole boards, a DJ, free and free drinks.
John O’Hurley (aka J. Peterman from Seinfeld) makes an appearance at the Cobra-Puma tent.