Each year we at LinksVideo head down to Orlando, Florida of the annual PGA Merchandise Show. "The Show" as it's know in the industry, draws about 40,000 visitors annually, featuring more than 7,500 PGA professionals from all 50 states and 87 countries. Here's a look at some innovative new products from the 65th annual bash that took place in January 2018.

Brett Porath Titleist Golf's Director of Clubfitting explains the company's new AP1, AP2, and AP3 irons, as well as their new line of Vokey wedges. This video was produced by LinksVideo.net at the PGA Merchandise Show demo day in January of 2018.
Here's a look at some of the men's and ladies apparel for Galvin Green. The innovative company is providing the outerwear for this years European Ryder Cup team. This was produced at the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show by LinksVideo.
Whether you're looking for an ultra-lightweight design, women's shoe or more versatility, Callaway footwear looks as good as it performs, every step of the way. Here is a look at their latest line, including the cool and functional LaGrange model. This video is from the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show courtesy of LinksVideo.net
2018 PGA Show feature from on Stitch Golf. Handmade Leather Golf Club Covers, Putter Covers and Golf Bags. The Arnold Palmer headcovers are one of the hottest products in the companies beautiful line of products.
Here's a brief video showcasing and explaining Bolle sunglasses for 2018. Recorded at the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show by LinksVideo.net.

Here's a smart new affordable driver that goes a long way from our friends at Chicago-based Tour Edge Golf. A pleasant appearance that's well-designed, the HL3 Driver.

Brief overview of the Golf Buddy GPS products for 2018 with Evelyn Foster and Doug Campbell. The video was recorded at the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando Florida and produced by LinksVideo.net.
Here's a sneak peek into the latest cool and colorful new items from Zero Friction Golf. This was recorded at the 2018 PGA Merchandise and produced by LinksVideo.net.

Entrepreneur and Popticals founder David Porter saw a problem: sports sunglasses have no easy and safe way to be carried around when not in use. So David did what he does best and invented a solution: a design that allowed wrap-around sunglasses to compact down to a small size. Made with nylon lenses manufactured by Carl Zeiss Vision, our lenses are lighter, have greater clarity, and cause less visual distortion than polycarbonate lenses.