Before the threat of Alberto, the IP Resort Casino Spa in balmy Biloxi, Mississippi, was the host to the ING (International Network of Golf) conference, showcasing new accessories and innovations.
Pain relief Copper Tech PLUS golf gloves were handed out at registration along with Bridgestone balls. The copper infused technology of the gloves improves circulation and oxygenation of working muscles and joints which are less strained and fatigued. Sweat is wicked away while the woven silicon pattern on the palm improves slip resistance. They are available in several styles and colors for men and ladies.
Zero Friction gloves were also on the prize table for the Durland Cup winners to choose. Their Compression Fit Technology, 100% authentic cabretta leather molds to your hand for a guaranteed fit with even more available colors. Both companies incorporate magnetic ball markers, and both might want to partner with the innovative couple who introduced the GloveRide to keep these or any golf gloves fresh and longer lasting by swinging in the breeze, attached to the golf bag rather than crumpled in a pocket. At first this seemed unnecessary, but it is actually very handy to stick the glove to the Velcro strip on the GloveRide while placing the club back in the bag and off you go. Sweaty gloves air out down the cart path and do not get crusty and misshapen. The GloveRide comes with a poker chip ball marker that won’t work in the casino but you can let it ride to the green. Owners Rhett and Kelley Campbell are proud to be manufacturing these glove caddies in the United States and donating a portion of the purchases to the First Tee. Currently available in red, blue, black or pink GloveRides are customizable for companies or occasions making great gifts for events. There is always something new at ING.