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Zak Kozuchowski

Zak Kozuchowski
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Zak is the Editor-in-Chief of GolfWRX.com. He's been a part of the company since 2011, when he was hired to lead GolfWRX's Editorial Department. Zak developed GolfWRX's Featured Writer Program, which supports aspiring writers and golf industry professionals. He played college golf at the University of Richmond, and competes in tournaments as a professional. You can follow Zak on Twitter @ZakKoz, where he's happy to discuss his game and all the cool stuff that's part of his job.
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Pros: The Apex irons are incredibly long and forgiving. Slimmer short irons make the set more appealing to better players. The Apex Pro long...

The R&A has removed Muirfield from the Open Championship rotation, after members of the famed Scottish golf club voted against allowing women to join. R&A statement...

Pros: Compact and lightweight. Lightning-fast readings. Easy to use. With the Tour V4 Slope, slope mode can be turned off to comply with tournament rules. Cons: Not...

When the best golfers in the world change equipment at high-profile tournaments like The Players Championship, they're generally adding a course-specific club they've tested...

Jordan Spieth plays the same Vokey SM6 wedges golfers can currently buy in stores with one exception; Spieth's wedges have a raw finish -- technically no finish...

Golf clubs are scattered everywhere inside TaylorMade Headquarters. It doesn't matter what you do for the company; it's a safe bet wherever you sit there's...

The people at the Ben Hogan Golf Company think more golfers would play forged irons if the long irons weren't so challenging to hit consistently....

Pros: Four distinct driver shaft profiles are available in a wide range of flexes. Paderson's filament-wound construction (used in three profiles) offers a unique feel....

Seven pieces. Adjustable loft. Adjustable sole. Adjustable face. 100 percent milled. Does that description really do Bruce Sizemore’s new wedges justice, though? Whether you love...

They’re the best performing clubs the company has ever made. Golfers are used to hearing that, but not this. You won’t see Titleist’s new...

When Bryson DeChambeau arrived to the Arnold Palmer Invitation in March with a new driver, fairway wood and driving iron in the bag -- all from...

There's a new PXG driver being tested in Hilton Head at the RBC Heritage this week. Called the 0811X, the driver is said to...

A 64-degree wedge never makes more sense than it does at Augusta. If you face similar obstacles at your home course, or like to...

Cobra King F6 Baffler Cobra's King F6 Baffler is one of the most intriguing new fairway woods of the year. It can be adjusted to the loft...

Pros: A new, progressive CG design helps the low-lofted wedges fly a few yards farther, and improves the feel of the high-lofted wedges while boosting consistency....

(Updated: March 9, 3:50 p.m.) New golf equipment company PXG has been telling its Twitter followers, "Don't be afraid of the dark." Maybe now we...

Golf ball performance means different things to different golfers, which is why Titleist currently offers six different kinds of golf balls at four different price...

Vokey SM6 wedges use what’s called a Progressive Center of Gravity, a weighting strategy that positions each wedge’s center of gravity (CG) in a...

The M2 irons are TaylorMade’s “longest iron ever,” according to the company. The M2 Tour irons have a more compact design that doesn’t offer...

TaylorMade’s M2 fairway woods and hybrids address the needs of a wide range of golfers, with designs that forgo the M1’s slew of adjustability...

Pros: A more rearward center of gravity makes the M2 drivers more forgiving than previous TaylorMade drivers. They have the same head shape and...

Pros: The stiffest of Graphite Design's Tour AD shafts. Compared to similar shafts, the GP is impressively smooth and stable. Available in a wide range of...

The OS in TaylorMade's new OS and OS CB putters stands for "oversize." With its new putter line, the company took two of its most...

Few golf balls in recent memory have created the buzz of Callaway's Chrome Soft, a category buster that the company dubbed "the ball that changed the...

Ping’s G irons (MSRP $110 per club with steel, $125 per club with graphite) will be in stores February 11. They're available in 4-9, PW, UW...