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....