Mid-season adjustments are sometimes needed to get the job done better, which is why some manufacturers have ramped up their offerings with that in mind
By SCOTT KRAMER
Bollé Bounty sunglasses
Bollé’s Bounty sunglasses feature Photo V3 lenses with photochromic properties that make them equally effective in sunlight and shade. The lenses are lightweight and impact-resistant, and deliver complete UV protection and optical clarity. $139.99.
Fourteen Golf TC-510FG irons
Fourteen Golf’s TC-510FG cavity-back forged irons sport a wide sole and low-and-deep center of gravity. Each iron in the set varies in length by 0.55 of an inch so golfers can hit shots with the ease of a short iron and with more consistency. $1,439 with graphite shafts, $1,199 with steel.
PING Nome 405 belly putter
PING’s Nome 405 is a belly putter with a USGA-approved, adjustable-length shaft. Set the length from 37.5 to 46.5 inches with a supplied tool. The head is milled from top-grade aluminum and has a nano nickel coating finish. Tungsten sole weighting optimizes the center of gravity and MOI. $320.
Never Compromise Sub 30 blade putter
Never Compromise’s Sub 30 Blade Type 20 model putter features a copper-infused aluminum and polymer tall face insert for a soft, responsive feel that minimizes distance loss, which translates to more distance control. $139.99.
Yes! Golf Sara 12 mallet putter
Yes! Golf’s Sara 12 is a 370-gram, tri-weight mallet with a high-MOI design. Face-balanced, it features a double-bend shaft and half-shaft offset. Proprietary “C” grooves improve feel and mishit performance. $249.99 for belly length, $199.99 standard.
TaylorMade Penta TP3 golf ball
TaylorMade’s three-piece Penta TP3 is a soft, urethane-covered, model with a high-COR core that makes it easy to lower driver spin. It all adds up to maximum distance and an increase in short-shot spin for more accuracy. $35.