Sporting equipment manufacturers have become increasingly important in the game of golf.
But how can you play with them?
This article first appeared on The Daily Dot.
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Giants outfielder Travis Ishikawa is a fan.
And he has taken his club to the 2018 Masters to try and make the club even better.
The 19-year-old Ishikawa, who was a standout baseball player for the Los Angeles Dodgers and is now a professional, told Bloomberg that he likes the look of the golf clubs the new Golf Digest has introduced.
The Golf Digest golf clubs are designed to be fun to use, he said.
They are lightweight and have the shape of a golf ball.
You can use them for tournaments or to practice a game you are playing.
He is using the clubs at the 2017 Masters to practice with his father, who is a professional golfer.
In a recent episode of The Daily Dot, Ishikawa told his father that he liked the look.
He said the clubs look better than the clubs from a couple years ago.
“They feel more like a club than a golf club,” Ishikawa said.
“I feel like the clubs are the real deal.”
A golf club made of plastic is shown.
A Golf Digest Golf Digest product for golf is pictured at a display booth at the 2018 Major League Baseball season opener at PGA National.
The club is available in black and white, as well as red, orange, yellow, blue, and white.
Shimano was not immediately available for comment.