Through an unwavering commitment to innovation, Callaway Golf creates products and services designed to make every golfer a better golfer. Callaway Golf Company manufactures and sells golf clubs and golf balls, and sells golf accessories, under the Callaway Golf(R), Top-Flite(R), Odyssey(R) and Ben Hogan(R) brands. For more information visit www.callawaygolf.com.
MIT's Department of Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation
MIT Department of Athletics, Physical Education, and Recreation (D.A.P.E.R.) focuses on fostering the growth of the competitively active student, while keeping sight of the Institute's valued academic standards.
About the Entertainment, Media and Sports Club
The Entertainment, Media and Sports Club (EMS) at the MIT Sloan
School of Management has been educating students about industry
issues and opportunities for over ten years. Within the Sports
Industry, EMS cultivates student interest by organizing conferences,
on-campus speaker events, company visits, and networking opportunities
with executives from companies such as NIKE, ESPN, and the LA
Dodgers. Most recently the group spearheaded an initiative to
include Sports Management coursework into the curriculum offered
at MIT Sloan, and, in doing so, has brought top executives, agents,
analysts, and players to share real-world experiences in the classroom.
For all golfers from beginners to low handicap players. Each issue contains instructional articles written by playing and teaching professionals which discuss various aspects of the game. Other articles deal with the personalities and accomplishments of tournament players and other golf figures.
GolfTEC is revolutionizing golf instruction. Since its inception in 1995, GolfTEC has developed into a golf instruction powerhouse with over 600,000 golf lessons given across the country. GolfTEC’s patented SEVA system integrates video, 3-D motion analysis, impact analysis and biofeedback technology in to each GolfTEC lesson with a PGA Professional. The company employs over 100 PGA Teaching Professionals and in addition to lessons offers some of the nation's best practice facilities and custom club fitting services. GolfTEC has 46 learning centers in 13 states from coast to coast.
MIT's Center for Sports Innovation
The Center for Sports Innovation (CSI) a part of the Aeronautics
and Astronautics Department. CSI represents the convergence
of MIT's educational goals, demonstrated interest by students
and faculty, and the nature of the sporting goods business.
CSI expands students' learning experience by involving them
in the development of sports technology and products with a
clear focus on end-user applications.
enables golfers of every ability to achieve their best performance
levels. Innovative technology, coupled with the insights of
leading researchers and teaching and touring professionals,
has produced a family of products that remarkably changes the
golf learning process. The company, which was created by a core
group of MIT-researchers and students, offers the iClub System,
including the iClub and Body Motion System. The iClub was recently
highlighted as “Hot Gadget” in Travel and Leisure
Golf’s 2005 Hot List. For more information, visit www.iclub.net
Nike, Inc. based in Beaverton, Oregon is the world's leading designer, marketer and distributor of authentic athletic footwear, apparel, equipment and accessories for a wide variety of sports and fitness activities. Wholly owned Nike subsidiaries include Nike Golf, which designs, markets and distributes golf clubs, apparel and accessories; Bauer NIKE Hockey Inc., a leading designer and distributor of hockey equipment; Cole Haan, a leading designer and marketer of luxury shoes, handbags, accessories and coats; Hurley International LLC, which designs, markets and distributes action sports and youth lifestyle footwear, apparel and accessories and Exeter Brands Group LLC, which designs and markets athletic footwear and apparel for the value retail channel.