Reviews

Reviews

Pros: Toulon putters offer clean, classic lines. Exceptional feel and matching sound. Adjustable sole plates allow for custom head weights. Cons: Only available in RH and polished...

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....

Pros: Nevr Looz is a fresh take on a piece of equipment every player uses and eventually needs to replace. The unique design is well...

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...

Pros: Bold alignment features. Aluminum F.I.T. Face creates a soft feel at impact. Great size and shape. Cons: No adjustable weights. Who it’s for: Anyone can use...

Pros: Cobra's King LTD boasts Cobra's lowest CG design ever, while the F6 and F6+ drivers are some of the most adjustable drivers available in...

Pros: The most forgiving driver Ping has ever made. Sleeker, more pear-shaped head improves aerodynamics. Thinner crown adds forgiveness, creates higher launch. Cons: The Dragonfly-inspired crown...

Pros: The Navigator offers immediate feedback on alignment. It's compact, lightweight and attaches directly to any putter. At $60, it's cheaper than most lessons and new putters. Cons: Users...

Pros: Extremely soft, Cabretta leather. Well-placed seams. Exceptional durability. Cons: Roughly $22 each. Available in just two colors, pearl and black. Who they're for: Better golfers are the ones who tend...

Pros: A simple, powerful family of premium shafts. Each of the three Speed Rulz models (Type A, Type B and Type C) uses a...

Pros: Weighs only 7.9 ounces. Its small frame (about the size of an iPhone 6) fits easily in the palm of your hand and...

In April of 2015, a definitive guide to purchasing a Push Cart was published by GolfWRX. Soon after its release, readers began to wonder why we hadn't included...

Pros: The Great Big Bertha is Callaway's most forgiving fairway wood, and the Alpha 816 can be configured with two different CG positions (forward and...

Pros: Exceptionally long and forgiving players irons. They have thinner top lines, less offset and shorter blade lengths than TaylorMade's RSi 2 irons, and feel noticeably softer...

Pros: The JPX-EZ and JPX-EZ Forged irons pull off a trifecta; they're distance-oriented irons that offer exceptional forgiveness and better feel than similar irons in...

Pros: One of golf's most adjustable fairway woods. New dual weights allow golfers to more finely tune trajectory. Improved ball speeds over TaylorMade's R15. Cons: Unlike the M1...

Pros: The Great Big Bertha is impressively low spinning for its high level of forgiveness. Its adjustability system is also effective, and simple to use....

Pros: The sight line on the 2135 putters is elevated to the equator of the golf ball -- 21.35 mm -- helping golfers consistently line the...

Pros: The Chrome Soft has an incredibly soft feel, but doesn't skimp on performance. It will create maximum distance off the tee for 99 percent of golfers,...

Pros: At $999, both irons are reasonably priced for their category and can be purchased with a variety of custom shafts and grips for...

Playing music on the golf course has become both acceptable and convenient at many golf courses and driving ranges, and as a result more...

Pros: The longest, most adjustable TaylorMade drivers ever. The M1 460 and M1 430 are incredibly high-launching and low-spinning, boasting the big forgiveness that has been absent from...
Hogan irons

The Ben Hogan Company returned to the golf equipment business with the introduction of its Ft. Worth irons in January. We detailed the release...

Pros: Golf's golden standard for distance, consistency and short-game spin. Both the Pro V1 and Pro V1x are softer than previous generations, offering more...