Reviews

Reviews

Pros: The hottest hybrids in golf. The XR and XR Pro are also exceptionally well-rounded, with pleasing looks, feel and performance from the tee, fairway...

What are players irons? To answer that question, it's easier to start with what players irons are not. Players irons are not "game-improvement irons," which have oversized club heads,...

Golf is a game of choices, and that's true of golf equipment as well -- especially when it comes to irons. No other club...

Pros: The XR has a shallow-face design that makes it easy to launch the ball. The XR Pro offers a more compact head shape and...

Pros: The XR driver (460cc) does everything well, but it excels at forgiveness. The XR Pro (440cc) is similar, but it has a smaller,...

Pros: Forged cavity back irons with a compact shape that use tungsten weights to boost launch and forgiveness. Cons: They don't feel as soft as other forged...

This story is part of our new “GolfWRX Guides,” a how-to series created by our Featured Writers and Contributors — passionate golfers and golf...

Pros: Classic looks, lots of spin and a soft feel. Cleveland offers a wide range of lofts (46-to-64 degrees), three distinct grinds and two different...

Following the trend of new drivers and fairway woods, hybrid clubs have become much lower spinning than their predecessors in recent years. It's a...

Ask a driving range full of golfers, "How do you use your fairway woods?" and you'll get a long list of answers. Luckily, the question of "Which...

If you have spent time the last few years looking through GolfWRX photos from PGA Tour events, you likely noticed more Tour pros are...

Who should create the list of the best clubs in golf: members of media, or the best golf club fitters in the world? That's NO...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Pros: Clean and simple at address. First-class ball speeds, launch conditions and adjustability. The Z745 is great at lowering spin, while the Z545 offers more forgiveness. Cons: At 430-cubic-centimeters,...

Pros: The 915F and 915Fd are longer and lower spinning than their predecessors. Titleist leads the way in loft, lie and face angle options, and offers...

Pros: The R15 is a low-spinning, highly adjustable fairway wood that offers faster ball speeds and more forgiveness than TaylorMade's SLDR fairway woods. The...

Pros: Extremely low-spinning, and more consistent than TaylorMade's SLDR drivers. Offered in two colors -- black and white. The ability to split the R15's...

Pros: Big forgiveness, low spin. The ball speed, launch angle and spin rate are very consistent, even on mishits. Cons: Not as low spinning as...

Pros: A high-launching shaft that feels very smooth. Available for woods (50, 60 and 70-gram models) and hybrids (70 and 80-gram models). Cons: They're cheaper than Graphite...