Equipment

Equipment

When the material or fit is off, headcovers can be a scourge to a golfer's patience. Maybe the aesthetic is nice, but is it...

Equipment is accurate as of the RBC Heritage (4/15/15). Driver: Ping i25 (10.5 degrees adjusted to 10.7 degrees) Shaft: Aldila Tour Blue 75X Length: 45 inches (tipped...

As a boy growing up in Texas, Zach Sewill didn’t want to be a firefighter or football player. He wanted to be a professional...

Pros: The CB57's have an incredibly soft feel. They're made to some of the tightest tolerances in the industry, and have a beautiful nickel satin chrome...

TaylorMade continues to expand its AeroBurner line, this time with two new golf balls. The Carlsbad-based company has released the AeroBurner Soft ($19.99 per dozen) and...

Here's a story about putters that starts with a story about racing. Kinsler Fuel Injection is a company that makes the engine parts that make up...

Pros: Industry-leading adjustability, ample forgiveness and impressive ball speeds give both the Big Bertha Alpha 815 fairway woods and hybrids all the features better players...

CNN recently titled an article “Hickory golf: The ultimate hipster sport?” While I’m not sure ironic mustaches, craft beer, and obscure music snobbery jive with...

Equipment is accurate as of the Puerto Rico Open (3/10/15). Driver: TaylorMade SLDR (8 degrees) Shaft: Oban Devotion 65X Length: 44.5 inches (tipped 1 inch) 3 Wood: TaylorMade...

Wide soles, thick top lines and long blade lengths. That's not the recipe for a set of classic-looking irons, but when it comes to...

TaylorMade's AeroBurner Mini Driver exists in the space between the company's drivers and fairway woods, and that's the beauty of it. Buzz around the Mini...

Equipment is accurate as of the Valspar Championship (3/12/15). Driver: TaylorMade AeroBruner (9 degrees) Shaft: Fujikura Motore Speeder 6.2 VC Tour Spec X-Flex 3 Wood: Tour Edge...

Pros: The R15 and AeroBurner hybrids offer faster ball speeds and more distance than the SLDR or JetSpeed hybrids. Cons: The smaller, peanut-shaped R15 might...

Pros: An awesome all-around performer. Top-tier ball speeds. Cons: Not adjustable. Highest loft is 22 degrees. Who’s it for: Most hybrid players, and those who don't know that they are...

According to a fourth-quarter earnings report from the adidas Group released on March 5, sales at TaylorMade Golf declined 28 percent for the full year...

When a prototype shaft becomes popular with big name players on the PGA Tour, it's destined for retail. Such was the case with Mitsubishi Rayon's new...

Callaway’s new footwear offering, the Xfer line comes in Pro, Vibe and Sport models. With the new footwear, the company is focused on the...

Adam Scott was spotted testing several different standard-length putters -- along with his usual long putter -- at the WGC-Cadillac Championship at Trump National Doral on...

TaylorMade has announced plans to open multiple retail outlet stores that sell off-season, discounted products from the TaylorMade Golf Company's portfolio of brands: TaylorMade, Adams Golf,...

Equipment is accurate as of The Masters (04/08/15). Driver: TaylorMade AeroBurner TP (9.5 degrees) Shaft: Mitsubishi Rayon Kuro Kage Silver 60TX 2 Wood: TaylorMade SLDR S Mini Driver (12 degrees) Shaft: True...

Photos are accurate as of The Honda Classic (03/02/15). Driver: TaylorMade R15 430 (10.5 degrees) Shaft: Fujikura Pro Tour Spec 53X Fairway Wood: TaylorMade JetSpeed 3HL (17 degrees) Shaft: UST...

Pros: This is how hybrids should look. Both models are exceptionally consistent, and two of the longest of 2015. Cons: None. Who are they for?: The 915H and 915Hd will...

Equipment is accurate as of the Farmers Insurance Open (2/2/15). Driver: TaylorMade R15 (9.5 degrees) Shaft: Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana S+ 80TX 3 Wood: Titleist 909F2 (13.5 degrees) Shaft: Mitsubishi Rayon Diamana...

Pros: Impressive ball speeds, wide-ranging adjustability and clean, classic looks. Cons: Highest stock loft is 17 degrees. Who’s it for: Better players looking for a mid-size fairway wood...

Pros: The Hi-Rev 2 adds approximately 250 rpm more spin than the original. The 610 is impressively stable and low-launching for high-spinning wedge shaft. Cons: They're $43.95 each. Shaft weight...