Reviews

Reviews

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...

Irons, Price: 3-PW ($162.50 steel, $177.50 graphite) Stock Steel Shafts: True Temper Dynamic Gold (S300, X100), Project X (5.0, 6.0), Nippon Modus 105 (Stiff, X-Stiff),...

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...

Pros: Dialing in trajectory and spin is more in the hands of the player than ever with SureFit CG adjustability. Feel and sound have improved,...

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

Pros: Great distance, impressive looks and feel. The Z965, Z765 and Z565 irons can hang with any iron in their respective classes, and blend well in a...

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: 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: 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 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: 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....

19th Hole

So, Rory McIlroy dished on his career goals, and GolfWRX members dished on his dishing. OldTomMorris, praised be his name, started the thread with reference...