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Tom Mitchell
Alex L TIMMONS, Sharon J PARK, Scott A CARLYLE, Brian D SCHIELKE, Dustin J BREKKE, John J RAE, Ed MITCHELL, Tom MITCHELL: Apparatus for adjusting the lie and loft of a golf club head. Sri Sports, September 1, 2011: US20110209516-A1

An apparatus includes an actuator having an actuation axis, a base having a base plane, a first actuator mount for associating the actuator with the base in a first position, and a second actuator mount for associating the actuator with the base in a second position, and a clamp for associating the ...


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Tetsuo Motomiya: Golf club head. Kabushiki Kaisha Endo Seisakusho, Keiichi Nishimura, March 27, 1984: US04438931 (303 worldwide citation)

A golf club head comprising two or more thin shell sections, for instance a front shell section and a rear shell section, or a face shell section, a top shell section and a body shell section including a bottom section and a side section, are secured together along their edges to form a one-piece sh ...


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Kraig A Willett, Joseph H Hoffman: Golf club head having a removable weight. Taylor Made Golf Company, Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton L, August 10, 2004: US06773360 (288 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a golf club head having adjustable weight, allowing the golfer to fine tune the club for his or her swing. The club head includes a body having a ball-striking face, a sole, a crown, and a side extending rearwardly from the face. The body defines an interior cavity and a reces ...


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Kun Nan Lo, Wu Hsiang Chung, Hsueh Cheng Liao: Composite-metal golf club head. Pro Kennex, Brown Martin Haller & McClain, April 29, 1997: US05624331 (274 worldwide citation)

A composite-metal wood-style golf club head having a metal casing with at least two openings in the crown in which composite covers are disposed. The portion of the metal casing between the covers defines a bar-like stiffener that extends between the face and the back in a direction generally perpen ...


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Stephen C Ahn, Suh Yong Lee: Golf club with adjustable total weight, center of gravity and balance. Alfred F Hoyte Jr, January 18, 2000: US06015354 (260 worldwide citation)

Improved golf club heads including irons, woods and putters have built-in provisions to change the weight of the golf club head including a way to increase, decrease or adjust the position and the amount of weights in a selected golf club head so as to enable the player to adjust the club's center o ...


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Charles Su, Phil Chang: Golf club head. Echelon Golf, Raymond Sun, July 7, 1998: US05776011 (243 worldwide citation)

A metalwood golf club head is provided by attaching three distinct stamped pieces: a face and hosel piece, a crown piece and a bottom piece. The hosel of the face and hosel piece has a diameter and a narrowed section adjacent the heel, the narrowed section having a width from the toe to heel directi ...


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J Andrew Galloway, Richard C Helmstetter, Alan Hocknell, Ronald C Boyce, Homer E Aguinaldo, Curtis S Woolley: Golf club head with a face composed of a forged material. Callaway Golf Company, Michael A Catania, March 12, 2002: US06354962 (240 worldwide citation)

A golf club having a club head with a striking plate having a thickness in the range of 0.010 to 0.250 inches is disclosed herein. The club head may be composed of three pieces, a face, a sole and a crown. Each of the pieces may be composed of a titanium material. The striking plate of the club head ...


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Donald C Wood: Golf club head. Zevo Golf Co, Bernard L Kleinke, Higgs Fletcher & Mack, December 7, 1999: US05997415 (232 worldwide citation)

An improved golf club head incorporating a lattice structure covered by a thin-walled body. The aerodynamically shaped golf club head has a lattice structure formed by an outer ring, curved longitudinal frame elements, and curved latitudinal frame elements. A generally flat shaped ball striking face ...


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John T Redman: Wood-type golf club head with improved adjustable weight configuration. Zubi Golf Company, Quarles & Brady, May 21, 1996: US05518243 (231 worldwide citation)

A wood type golf club having a weight system on the club head including a cavity, weights and a weight distributor therein. The weight distributor includes an array of apertures designed to receive spherical weights positioned in apertures to adjust the center of the mass of the club head in accorda ...


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Donald R Cook: Cast golf club head with strengthening ribs. Young & Basile PC, August 24, 1999: US05941782 (231 worldwide citation)

A golf club head includes a shell formed of a front striking face, sole, opposed sidewalls and a rearwall defining an interior cavity. At least one rib projects between at least two of the front striking face, the rearwall, the opposed sidewalls, and the sole. A plurality of ribs may be disposed wit ...