You’ve seen a near-endless stream of shoes and apparel for University of Oregon football and basketball, and even the occasional baseball spike, but do you ever wonder if the non-revenue[...]
In 1999, the Nike Golf Trick Shot ad starring Tiger Woods took the world by storm, garnering instant-classic status through its creative simplicity. In 2013, the Swoosh is recreating the[...]
The Masters is over, but that shouldn’t stop you from grabbing a new pair of golf shoes — you weren’t in the tournament, anyway. And the folks out at Augusta[...]
Tiger Woods won at Bay Hill this weekend, a victory that catapulted him back to the world-number-one ranking for the first time since 2009, and clearly establishes him as the[...]
Looking to buy a new driver that can expand your golf game a bit? Well, I’d be happy to give you my own completely uninformed recommendation, the foundation of which[...]
New Rory McIlroy Nike Golf ad: “Covert.” Featuring the Nike VR_S Covert driver, with which Rory has added significant distance to his already powerful drives, the commercial illustrates the anticipation[...]
The Nike Dunk NG Chicago Pack is now hitting select retailers, two colorways of the golf-equipped Dunk inspired by the Windy City’s football and basketball teams.
What sets the Nike VR_S Covert driver apart from its competitors? Well, to quote Tim Taylor: more power. In the new “Apologies” Nike Golf ad, users of the VR_S Covert[...]
The first Nike athlete to win a major championship while using Nike clubs, way back in 2001, David Duval has agreed to a deal that returns him to Nike Golf.