For every two-piece ball and titanium driver that revolutionized the game, there have been thousands of innovations that failed to take flight. From the anti-slice driver to the telescopic putter, here are some of our favorites.
The anti-slice driver
In the late 1920s, the Arden Company hyped this Jaws look-alike as the ultimate "anti-slice driver." The wings were built to stabilize the club through impact and the fin improves lateral stability. Too bad Greg Norman wasn't around to promote it.