Fitted weatherwear from ProQuip

Ashworth celebrates...new shoes from adidas...Yonex signing

Golfmagic correspondent
Fri, 15 Feb 2008

The ProQuip brand, with its innovative weatherwear, is introducing the HydraTech fitted rain suit (above left) combining the award-winning Silk Touch and Ultralite fabrics with a sharp-cut athletic style.

Colours are black/sea blue, sea blue/black, black/cream, grey/black and black with co-ordinated trousers. Price is £199.

In an exciting climax to the ANZ Australian Ladies Masters, England’s Lisa Hall (above right) won at the Royal Pines resort - an event shortened to 54 holes because of rain.

Hall was wearing clothing from the new Ashworth range, for which she is a touring ambassador.

Pringle of Scotland, which has appointed Orange Brands as the exclusive licensee for golf range, has revealed its autumn/winter 2008 collection featuring polo shirts, trousers and waterproofs while maintaining its distinctive knitwear and mercerised shirts.


adidas Tour 360 LTD shoes

adidas Golf, has unveiled its latest golf shoe - the Tour360 LTD, with a new low-profile to 'improve feel and stability and promote better ball-striking.'

Additional features include the a Powerband 'chassis' with 10-cleat configuration for enhanced grip and 3D fit-foam sock liner.

Colours are mustang brown, black and white/black in regular and wide widths, available at £150.

Yonex has signed Japanese teenager Ryo Ishikawa, already a winner as an amateur on the Japanese Tour, to play is Yonex Cyberstar NanoV driver, and 3-wood as well the Cyberstar forged irons.

Ishikawa, who turned pro in January, has played Yonex equipment since the age of 10.

 

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