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Updated: This review was originally published July 3, 2014.  Pros: More forgiving and lower spinning than Ping's G25 driver. The turbulators (ridges on the front of...

Pros: The ultra forgiving long irons and compact short irons make the new AP1's one of the most attractive sets in their category. The 714 AP2...

One of our favorite subjects on GolfWRX is shafts. They're very confusing to most people, but golfers who get fitted and know what works...

Titleist introduced their PGA Tour players to their new 913D2 and 913D3 drivers in late June at the AT&T National. Every two years like...

Contrary to popular belief, the best wedges aren't the ones that spin the most. According to legendary wedge designer Bob Vokey, the most important part of finding...

GolfWRX's editorial team recognizes golf equipment of the highest quality, design and performance with our "Editors’ Choice" award, which signifies that a club is one...
TaylorMade RocketBladez Irons

Summary: The RocketBladez irons incorporate a slot in the sole of the iron, which gives golfers more ball speed and a higher launch. TaylorMade introduced...

Pros: The 915 drivers are surprisingly long on mishits, especially the 915D2. Titleist's wide variety of lofts, two distinct heads and impressive array of premium...

Pros: At address, SpeedBlades are an absolute confidence booster with a thin(ish) top line. They have a great trampoline-like feel when flushed, and mishits...

Pros: The RSi 1's offer big distance from almost anywhere on the face. The more compact RSi 2's are top performers that surprised us...

Review by: J13 - Updated 1-17-2013 Pros: Mizuno has hit a home run with these irons. I can't stress it enough that along with Luke Donald's...

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 RBZ Stage 2 drivers have larger faces and different center of gravity positions than TaylorMade's pricer, more adjustable R1 driver. For some...

Pros: Thanks to their radical cavity back design (a.k.a. the large chunk missing from the rear portion of the sole), the Nike Covert and Covert...

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...

Pros: Classy, satin-like finish. Fantastic forged feel. Scoring irons are have thinner toplines than previous JPX series. Excellent forgiveness for their size and better-than-average playability....

What are the best fairway woods in golf? That question is more difficult to answer than other club categories, such as drivers and irons, because...

The GolfWRX Editors' Choice Awards recognize the very best in gear. We tested, fitted and debated to develop the list in lieu of spending...

by Johnny FROM Taylormade: Our Longer is Longer Engineered for extreme distance and pinpoint accuracy. Inspired by metal-wood construction. Fast-flexing faces and innovative Toe-Bar technology for exceptional...

Let's start with the assumption that all golf equipment purchases are made by golfers who intend to improve their games. Why then does the...

            In June Ping Golf hosted GolfWRX < << LINK TO THE ARTICLE >>> to tour their facilities and introduce the Ping Milled Anser putters...

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,...

Pros: Callaway's most adjustable drivers to date. Big Bertha Alpha's Gravity Core offers the ability to adjust vertical center of gravity up or down...

Golfers love fairway woods that allow them to hit long, straight shots off the tee and off the ground. But fairway woods are not...

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...

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...

TaylorMade has notably been the leader in Drivers out on tour and in retail shops. While the R11s family seems to receive most of...

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: Consistent launch and carry on strikes anywhere on the club's large sweet spot, particularly those low on the face. Impressive distance for a...

Pros: TaylorMade's RBZ Stage 2 Fairway Woods offer even more of the ball speed that made the original RocketBallz fairway woods famous, but it's housed...

So what are players irons? Historically, they've been forged, blade-like irons that better players tend to use, and we hate that definition. If we achieve...

Pros: Soft feeling, great to look at, perfect spin and forgiveness in a players body. Considered "Game Changers" to many top club fitters interviewed....

Pros: A little more forgiving than the S56 irons, with a slightly softer feel. They also fly a bit farther than the previous model. A...

In nearly every golfer's bag, there's a yardage gap between two irons that's a little closer together than it should be. It's most common...

Pros: Rotex face technology isn't marketing mumbo jumbo. The spin and stopping power, particularly on shorter shots and shots played with an open face around...

19th Hole

Don’t activate the slope feature. Keep that cover on. Do whatever you gotta do. Such has been the refrain for caddies using laser rangefinders...