— Scott Kramer "The future has arrived, with products that help you quantify your game on the tee, green, and everywhere between..." Read full article at Private Clubs Magazine
New Zealand Star: Cantabrian Bridget Bell is Producing Innovative Golf Technology that is Transforming TraditionAnnie Cunningham2018-08-24T12:58:14-05:00
Bridget Bell grew up in Christchurch with a tennis racquet in her hand and a soccer ball at her feet making several regional representative teams in both sports but she never set foot on [...]
BioMech Team Taking ACE DOWN UNDER to Play in ISPS Handa New Zealand Open BioMech's resident PGA Tour Pro Heath Slocum will be taking the AccuLock ACE on its first tour [...]
BioMech CEO Dr. Frank Fornari joined host Ted Odorico on Golf Talk Live! to discuss science & technology's impact on golf. Here's an excerpt from the show... "As we understand more about physiology [...]
— Michael Chwasky GOLF's annual celebration of the best of the game's technology breakthroughs—The Techy Awards!—are back with big news... Techiest Golf App: BioMech Golf App & Putting Sensor (*Scheduled Release Jan. 2017) Read full [...]
— Ben Alberstadt What happens when a biomedical company designs a putter “from the body out,” applying years of biomechanics knowledge to the most frustrating component of golf? Well, this... Read more
Recorded segment of ESPN Radio Pittsburgh's Golf Page with Gerry Dulac and BioMech CEO and PA native Dr. Fornari, discussing golf, equipment and game improvements on the prime-time golf radio show.
— Nicholas McClelland A group of new drivers, irons, and putters with better designs and materials increase consistency and power — and fix specific flaws in your golf game. Read full Men's Journal article
Audio: Dr. Frank Fornari, CEO and Founder of BioMech, speaks with radio host Michael Willams about science, technology and health, and their impact on golf.