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US20060247072 Floating toss game  
A pair of Styrofoam floating asymmetric targets are advantageously selectively tethered to either a side of the swimming pool or to the bottom of the swimming pool to maintain their spacing and...
US20110081987 System of Golf Club Performance Enhancement and Articles Resultant Therefrom  
The performance of a golf club is enhanced through the provision of a void space behind a face plate and above a sole portion, to decrease club weight and provide single, or combinations, of...
US20130130829 Metal Wood Club  
A golf club head is provided with a body that has an address position with a zero degree bounce portion on the sole and a center sole position with a multi-relief surface of the sole having a...
US20110034273 CAVITY BACK GOLF CLUB HEAD  
A golf club head having a cavity back design with a cavity therein for placement of lightweight dual-durometer silicone. The club head is prepared by brushing an adhesive onto the interior wall,...
US20120028727 PROGRESSIVE SET OF GOLF CLUB HEADS  
A set of progressive golf clubs with an elliptical pad construction on the back of the striking face that corresponds to a location, shape and size of a predetermined golfer's impact pattern for...
US20110124433 Golf Club with a Support Bracket  
A cavity back golf club and golf club head having one or more support brackets is disclosed. Each support bracket includes a first portion engaged with the rear surface of the striking face, a...
US20140031144 GOLF CLUB HEAD  
A golf club iron having a thin front face which is supported by a biasly connected insert that is inserted into a perimeter groove defined in the body of the club which gives the thin front face...
US20110118058 SAND WEDGE AND CLUB HEAD THEREOF  
A sand wedge and its club head are provided for reducing a striking resistance, and the sand wedge includes a club head coupled to a rod and a weight protrusion of the club head. The club head...
US20140018183 GOLF CLUB HEAD WITH TOP LINE INSERT  
A golf club head having a recess located in a top portion thereof is described and claimed. The recess is located between the heel and the toe and extends toward the sole. The recess may be in the...
US20100304887 GOLF CLUB HEAD HAVING VARIABLE CENTER OF GRAVITY LOCATION  
The present invention is directed to an iron-type golf club head with one or more passages travelling through a portion of the body. The passages may be accessible in the toe, heel, rear, or sole,...
US20130165258 GOLF CLUB HEAD WITH TOP LINE INSERT  
A golf club head having a low-density insert located in a top portion thereof. The insert may be only in the top line of the club head or extend from the heel around the toe. The insert may extend...
US20150024872 GOLF CLUB HEAD  
A golf club may include a front surface, a rear surface having a recess, and an insert at least partially disposed in the recess. The insert may comprise a durometer hardness of less than about 95...
US20130244809 GOLF CLUB HEAD  
A golf club may include a front surface, a rear surface having a recess, and an insert at least partially disposed in the recess. The insert may comprise a durometer hardness of less than about 95...
US20110177878 Golf Clubs With Cavities, and Related Methods  
Embodiments of golf clubs with one or more cavities described herein. Related examples and methods are also disclosed herein.
US20120244959 Golf Club Head  
A golf club head designed to act under impact load as a bridge comprising a face; an inertial support system; a rear structure; and a force transfer system, under impact load the force transfer...
US20110077103 IRON-TYPE GOLF CLUB HEAD WITH CHAMFERED LEADING EDGE  
An iron-type golf club head having a coated stepped sole is disclosed herein. The coated stepped sole is stepped such that the sole surface furthest from the face is raised away from the turf to...
US20120040773 SOLE FOR IRON GOLF CLUB HEAD  
The invention creates a unique combination of head shape and surface friction coefficients that minimize the bad effects of turf impact. The invention is an iron-type golf club head having a body...
US20120289360 GOLF CLUB WITH TRUSS  
The invention provides a golf club head with a truss member that attenuates unwanted vibration while allowing for precise control of mass distribution. In certain aspects, the invention provides a...
US20130217515 Muscle-Back, with Insert, Iron Type Golf Club Head  
A muscle-back iron golf club head includes a blade-like upper mass, a muscle-like lower mass, a planar front surface, a top surface, a sole surface, a heel surface, a toe surface, and a rear...
US20120077619 Muscle-Back, with Insert, Iron Type Golf Club Head  
A muscle-back iron golf club head includes a blade-like upper mass, a muscle-like lower mass, a planar front surface, a top surface, a sole surface, a heel surface, a toe surface, and a rear...
US20120077618 Muscle-Back, with Insert, Iron Type Golf Club Head  
A muscle-back iron golf club head includes a blade-like upper mass, a muscle-like lower mass, a planar front surface, a top surface, a sole surface, a heel surface, a toe surface, and a rear...
US20140141903 IRON-TYPE GOLF CLUB  
A golf club including a club head having a club head main body including a hitting face and a face support, and a support extension. The support extension extends between the face support and a...
US20120202619 IRON-TYPE GOLF CLUB  
A golf club including a club head having a club head main body including a hitting face and a face support, and a support extension. The support extension extends between the face support and a...
US20140295985 Club Head Sets with Varying Characteristics and Related Methods  
Embodiments of golf clubs head sets with varying characteristics are disclosed herein. Other examples and related methods are also generally described herein.
US20080139339 Golf club head with strength-enhanced rear body  
A golf club head with strength-enhanced rear body comprises a front body, a rear body and at least one supporting member. The front body comprises a face and a plurality of abutting edges. The...
US20110201449 IRON GOLF CLUB WITH IMPROVED MASS PROPERTIES AND VIBRATION DAMPING  
A golf club is provided having improved playing characteristics based upon a multiple material construction. This construction involves a club body in combination with a face insert that defines a...
US20090149277 WELDED IRON-TYPE CLUBHEAD WITH THIN HIGH-COR FACE  
Clubheads for iron-type golf clubs are disclosed. An example clubhead has a front including an iron-type face. The front is forged of a material such as C455 or 17-4 PH stainless steel. A heel,...
US20130059678 Golf Club and Golf Club Head Structures  
A golf club head has a body defining a ball striking face. The body further has a first leg extending away from the ball striking face and a second leg extending away from the ball striking face...
US20090325729 IRON GOLF CLUB HEAD  
A golf club head (1) comprises a head main body (10) having a concave portion (11) formed in the face side and a face plate (20) fixed to the head main body (10). The face plate (20) is mounted on...
US20120252598 CLUB HEADS WITH CONTOURED BACK FACES AND METHODS OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME  
Embodiments of club heads with contoured back faces and methods of manufacturing the same are described herein. Other embodiments and related methods are also disclosed herein.
US20110118055 CLUB HEADS WITH CONTOURED BACK FACES AND METHODS OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME  
Embodiments of club heads with contoured back faces and methods of manufacturing the same are described herein. Other embodiments and related methods are also disclosed herein
US20140329617 GOLF CLUB HEAD WITH UNDERCUT  
A golf club head having a translucent insert disclosed. The club head includes a body defining a striking face, a top line, a sole, a back, a heel, and a toe. The back contains a cavity that...
US20130267345 GOLF CLUB HEAD WITH UNDERCUT  
A golf club head having a translucent insert disclosed. The club head includes a body defining a striking face, a top line, a sole, a back, a heel, and a toe. The back contains a cavity that...
US20060073912 Combination of body and striking plate for golf club head  
A golf club head includes a body and a striking plate. The body includes a front side having a recessed portion. The striking plate includes a front side for striking golf balls and a rear side....
US20140038737 GOLF CLUB WITH CELLULAR MASS DISTRIBUTION  
The invention relates to golf club heads with improved mass distribution provided by novel cellular features. Because a club head can have very low mass density in certain parts, the club head can...
US20110195801 METHOD OF FORMING A GOLF CLUB HEAD WITH IMPROVED AERODYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS  
A driver type golf club head comprising a body having a face, a crown and a sole, wherein the highest point of the crown surface is located within a crown apex zone, and a portion of the crown...
US20110003649 Composite Golf Club Head and Fabrication Method Thereof  
The present invention provides a composite club head and a fabrication method thereof. The fabrication method for a composite golf club head includes steps of: preparing a head shell part having...
US20110269572 GOLF CLUB WITH DEEP UNDERCUT  
A golf club head having a deep undercut is disclosed and claimed. The club head includes a cavity in a back portion thereof, opposite the striking face. A recess is provided in the back portion of...
US20080182680 GOLF CLUB WITH CARBURIZED TUNGSTEN FACE INSERT  
An improved golf club head design for irons is presented which provides a carburized tungsten alloy insert in the club face. The carburized tungsten alloy insert improves the club's center of...
US20050020378 Faceplate backings and monolithic inserts for golf clubs  
A striking face backing for golf clubs, such as a driver, iron or putter, is formed of non-uniform geometry or material arranged to create a desired “feel” to the golfer and/or produce a desired...
US20150087441 BADGE FOR GOLF CLUB HEAD  
The present disclosure concerns embodiments of a badge or insert for a golf club head that can eliminate undesired gaps between the insert and the peripheral sidewall of the cavity that receives...
US20140171220 BADGE FOR GOLF CLUB HEAD  
The present disclosure concerns embodiments of a badge or insert for a golf club head that can eliminate undesired gaps between the insert and the peripheral sidewall of the cavity that receives...
US20070281796 MUSCLE-BACK IRON GOLF CLUBS WITH HIGHER MOMENT OF INTERTIA AND LOWER CENTER OF GRAVITY  
Disclosed herein are muscle-back iron golf clubs that have improved mass qualities to provide higher rotational moments of inertia and lower center of gravity while retaining the workability of...
US20110021286 Golf Club Assembly and Golf Club With Sole Plate  
A body member has a face plate and a first engaging member. A sole plate has a second engaging member, the first and second engaging members being interlocked with one another. A layer of...
US20110250985 Iron Type Golf Clubs and Golf Club Heads Having Adjustable Weighting Features  
Iron golf club heads and clubs include a body having a ball striking face, a rear face opposite the ball striking face and a sole portion positioned between the ball striking face and the rear...
US20080318708 CAVITY BACK GOLF CLUB HEAD  
A golf club head having a cavity back design with a cavity therein for placement of lightweight dual-durometer silicone. The club head is prepared by brushing an adhesive onto the interior wall,...
US20080261715 GOLF CLUB WITH ADJUSTABLE CENTER OF GRAVITY HEAD  
A golf club comprising a head having a series of tracks forming a three-dimensional pattern along a surface of the head; a plurality of weights for positioning along the channels; and a mechanism...
US20150024869 IRON TYPE GOLF CLUB HEAD  
An iron type golf club head that comprises a face part, a sole part, a hosel part, and a cavity part. A lower part of an inner surface of the cavity part on a face surface side is a forward recess...
US20060135285 Connecting structure for striking plate and body of golf club head  
A connecting structure is provided for a striking plate and a body of a golf club head. The body includes an opening in a front side thereof. The opening is delimited by a perimeter end wall, and...
US20110207551 GOLF CLUB  
A golf club includes a golf club head that is generally constructed as a perimeter weighted golf club head and comprises a perimeter body, a hosel, at least one truss member and a face. The truss...

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