Equipment

Equipment

Pros: The CB PROh driving irons (2, 3 and 4) produce the kind of ball speeds that golfers might expect from their fairway woods. Their...

Pros: Both the NXT Tour and NXT Tour S provide tour-level short game performance with low driver spin. New softer compression cores makes these balls...

Pros: Best Grips offers classy, hand-crafted leather grips in several designs. They're unbelievably tacky and durable, and the variety of grip textures will please...

Pros: These are Titleist golf balls and that means consistent, reliable quality and performance. The new cover formulation have made the Pro V1 and Pro...

Continuing to build on its reputation as one of the best in the club fitting and customization industry, Ping officially introduced it nFlight Motion...

Medicus Golf, the company known best for its popular training aids, has announced a new line of "Kick X" golf equipment that includes drivers,...

Pros: The standard Bi0 Cell hybrid is hot, high-launching and quite versatile. MyFly8 adjustability allows you to dial in your preferred trajectory and ensure...

Pros: Ping packed tons of technology in the i25s while maintaining clean looks. Their progressive design offers higher-launching, more forgiving long irons and short irons...

Pros: The standard BiO Cell fairway is hot, high-launching and playable from darn near everywhere. The BiO Cell+ is just as explosive, but offers...

If you watched Lydia Ko's pre-shot routine during her practice round on Wednesday, it may have looked slightly different than it did on Sunday,...

In March, Titleist launched its much-anticipated Vokey SM5 wedges, which offer golfers more spin through their new Spin Milled TX3 grooves, as well 21...

Pros: The XTD Ti fairway woods are built to be companions to the XTD driver. As a result, their faces are hot. Very hot....

VPAR is an interactive scoring app for iPhones that allows average Joes like you and I to keep a live leaderboard on our phones...

Equipment is accurate as of the Ryder Cup (9/25/14). Driver: Srixon Z545 (10.5 degrees) Shaft: Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage Silver TiNi 60X 3 Wood: Cleveland 588 (15.5 degrees) Shaft:...

Pros: Incredibly light, waterproof and fitted. It doesn't inhibit the golf swing in any way, and it's stylish and doesn't take up a lot...

Pros: Available in four different models -- #1 Wide, #7, 330M and V-Line -- and two different lengths (35 and 38 inches). Each Tank Cruiser...

Golf cleat technology has been anything but revolutionary over the years. However, Adidas is setting out to revolutionize the market with the release of...

Tour Edge Exotics has announced the release of its first forged wedges, the CB PROs. The wedges are forged from 1025 carbon steel, and have...

Like Nike's VRS Covert 2.0 driver, but not its shiny red crown? You're in luck, because the company is releasing a Covert 2.0 driver...

Swingbyte, an innovative, lightweight swing analyzer we have covered here and here on GolfWRX, today becomes the second golf-related app to release Glassware for...

It's been a month since we last looked at what the major OEMs have been up to in the world of patent filings. So...

Chances are you've seen it. Matt Kuchar holed out a bunker shot for birdie on his last hole to win the 2014 RBC Heritage...

As the age-old question goes: Are golfers considered athletes? Ok, maybe not age-old. John Daly, Craig Stadler and even Jack Nicklaus put kinks in...

Pros: Both models offer a high level of forgiveness across the face and impressive ball speeds. The custom shaft options in the Bio Cell +...

Equipment accurate as of the The Memorial Tournament (6/2/13).  Driver: Bridgestone J40 430 (9.5 degrees) Shaft: Accra M4-55 Tour Proto 3 Wood: Ping G25 (15 degrees) Shaft: Aldila Tour Blue 75X Hybrids: Ping Anser...