Mizuno, the Japanese golf equipment manufacturer renowned for its performance products, has announced its Spring/Summer golf apparel collection for 2022, pairing bold designs and prints with performance engineering.

Founded in Osaka, Japan, in 1906, Mizuno has pioneered the development of advanced technologies in its sportswear for more than a century. From camo to classics and casual, the collection for Spring/Summer 2022 has been expanded to deliver a wider range of sport and street-inspired designs with a selection of garments offering crossover potential for wear beyond the golf course.

Anatomically-patterned, four-way-stretch Move Tech fabric features across the range, as does Mizuno Quick Dry Plus – material that rapidly absorbs and diffuses moisture from the body. A carefully refined colour palette combined with evolved sport-inspired styling delivers Mizuno’s most striking and technically advanced apparel to date. 

Meet the new line-up……

Herzogenaurach, Germany (February 28, 2022)  – Launching today, the Spring 2022 PUMA X Arnold Palmer Collection captures the excellence of golf’s global icon through nostalgic color palettes, unique prints and personalized detailing that embody the essence of Mr. Palmer’s legacy. The collection launches in conjunction with the PGA Tour’s visit to the hallowed Bay Hill for the 2022 Arnold Palmer Invitational.


Fujikura, the leader in performance golf shafts, was proud to be the number one driver and wood shaft of choice on multiple tours this week.
At the Valero Texas Open on the PGA Tour, Fujikura was the #1 driver and wood shaft with 37.5% of the field choosing to use a Fujikura driver shaft and 31.3% using a Fujikura wood shaft. The eventual winner used a VENTUS Black 6X in his driver to make it five wins in a row for VENTUS on the PGA Tour.

2x European Tour winner Markus Brier has claimed this year’s Farmfoods European Senior Masters title.

The Austrian, who has finished runner-up in this event on his last two starts, posted a three over par round of 75 to finish on a five under par total, two shots clear of Argentina’s Rafael Gomez.

The 53-year-old was overjoyed to get the job done after admitting he felt the pressure on the final day at Forest of Arden Marriott Hotel & Country Club.