In this section we'll take a look at Bentley, Cleveland, Srixon, Superstroke, and a mishmash of assorted sights as companies started packing it up for the week.
What would you do if someone gave you $5,000? Well, you could buy a full set of Bentley golf clubs (irons, driver, putter).
Cleveland's custom wedges seriously hypnotized me. I'd have put Benjamin Franklin's face on the wedge below however.
Srixon has a solid line with their new Z line of woods. I hit the Z745 and Z545 drivers on demo day. The Z745 packs a lot of punch. The Z545 was so forgiving it could be played by just about any golfer.
I'm not saying you'll putt like Jordan Spieth. But Superstroke grips are the real deal. I have one on the new TaylorMade OS CB Spider putter. And I'm a believer.
U.S. Kids Golf
If you have a junior golfer in your family, do him or her a favor and don't buy them clubs they'll "grow into." U.S. Kids Golf fits clubs to your kids' size, promoting solid fundamentals. And nothing makes the game more fun than playing it well.
Not a Golf Cart. Should be a Golf Cart
Every Type of Practice Grass Imaginable
24 Hours Earlier this Range was Jam Packed
Taking it All Down
Parting is Such Sweet Sorrow
But I'm already booked for the 2017 Show.
Coming up next: READ MORE: 2016 PGA Merchandise Show BEST OF SHOW.
And be sure to check out my Demo Day coverage, a four-part series: 2016 PGA Merchandise Show - Demo Day Quick Recap.
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