A trend is afoot, as metal laces from Boa Technology are showing up on a growing number of golf shoes. For players, both men and women, interested in giving the technology a try, here are a few sporty duds.
Tech-heads, rejoice! A proposed change to the Rules of Golf—if adopted, the rule will go into effect in 2019—allows players to use distance-measuring devices (DMD) including GPS units, rangefinders, and smartphone or tablet apps during play, unless a Local Rule prohibits it. (Currently, DMDs are permitted under a local rule so, in essence, the rule would be flipped.) When it comes to high-tech DMDs, the future is now. Here’s a roundup of the best stroke-saving models.
After serving as president and chief executive officer of Cobra Puma Golf for the last seven years, Bob Philion will stay at the helm of the company’s global golf business while taking on the new role.
Ecco continues its commitment to sporty, spikeless shoes with the release of the Cage Pro and Cage Pro Boa. Just like in previous versions, the new offerings have polyurethane wrapped around the heel, the midsole and across the toe box to provide a stable, secure fit.