- Greater Gwinnett Championship PhotosPosted 2 days ago
- TaylorMade launches White SLDR Driver, appoints new CEOPosted 2 days ago
Review: GFORE Golf Gloves
Pros: Extremely soft, comfortable fit with distinct, colorful styles. Cons: Price ($35 each). No children’s sizes. Bottom Line: They’re pricey, but you’ll be hard pressed to find a wider selection of colors...
Review: Nike Covert 2.0 Hybrids
Pros: The crew at Nike took a fresh approach in designing the new...
Bushnell Pro X7 and Tour Z6 Rangefinder Shootout
Pros: E.S.P. 2 and new “JOLT” technologies offer faster, more accurate readings....
More Reviews News
Review: TaylorMade JetSpeed Driver
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 driver with this level of forgiveness. Sleek, subtle look and an attractive $299...
- Posted 102 days ago
Review: SuperStroke Flatso, Flatso Mid and Flatso Ultra putter grips
Pros: The wide, flat section on the front of the grips helps fill up a golfer’s hands, which can add stability to their stroke and help relieve tension. The pistol-style backing provides more “reminders” for hand placement than...
- Posted 120 days ago
Review: TaylorMade JetSpeed Fairway Woods
Pros: Higher spinning than the SLDR fairway woods, which will help JetSpeed’s target audience (golfers who need to hit the ball higher) hold greens. Muted appearance, subdued crown graphics. Consistently long and forgiving fairway woods. Cons: Absence of a...
- Posted 123 days ago
Review: Sunfish Golf Headcovers
Vintage style is a popular look today in marketing, social media and fashion. The golf equipment industry is not immune to this and many companies find themselves adapting trends for a very traditional sport. Sunfish Golf knows...
- Posted 128 days ago
Review: Axis 1 Joey Putter
Pros: The Joey putter has a great weight and a nice, responsive feel when struck. It gave me one of the purest rolls I’ve ever had. Cons: The unique style can take a little getting used to visually....
- Posted 129 days ago
Review: TaylorMade SLDR fairway woods and hybrids
Pros: The SLDR fairway woods and hybrids offer a low-spinning trajectory in a clean and refreshingly understated package. The next generation of “speed slot” technology is marginally better, and the “real deal” TP shaft options are big selling...
- Posted 136 days ago
Review: Delilah Club Covers
Don’t let the website name girlygolfer.com fool you. Delilah Club Covers are for everyone. I was in desperate need of a putter cover for my new flat stick, and my husband’s putter cover needed an update as...
- Posted 138 days ago
Review: Club Crown
Confidence and comfort win the day. It’s a simple partnership to envision, but not always a cinch to incorporate. When you tee up a golf ball, any number of notions serve to distract your thoughts from the...
- Posted 142 days ago
Review: Adidas Climawarm+ Jacket
Pros: Unbelievably lightweight for the warmth it provides. It’s loose in the shoulders for mobility, but tighter around the midsection. That keeps it out of harm’s way during the swing. Cons: The sleeve cuffs fit a little loose....
- Posted 149 days ago
Review: GolfSense Swing Analyzer
There is no shortage of swing analyzers on the market today. They come in different flavors and styles, some focusing on showing every data point possible and others focusing more on delivering simple visuals. Each one promises...
- Posted 154 days ago
Review: Cleveland 588 Altitude Driver
Pros: With a 270-gram total weight, the 588 Altitude is one of the lightest drivers on the market. That, and its high-MOI design can give golfers with slow-to-moderate swing speeds more distance when they pure one and when...
- Posted 156 days ago
Review: Ping S55 irons
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 lot of technology in a small package. Cons: Purists will be disappointed that these...
- Posted 162 days ago
Review: Nike Lunar Bandon golf shoes
Pros: The three-part closure (laces, zipper and flap) locks down the foot and ensures that moisture will not seep in. The three-quarter high sides provide a dry, comfortable fit, and don’t inhibit movement in the slightest. Cons: The martian green...
- Posted 164 days ago
Review: Titleist 714 CB and MB irons
Pros: Titleist’s 714 CB and MB offer no-nonsense looks and a soft, forged iron feel for all the feedback accomplished golfers need for precision iron play. Cons: Not much difference between these and the 712 CB and MB irons....
- Posted 169 days ago
Review: Antigua golf shirts
Pros: Lightweight, moisture-wicking design keeps golfers cool and comfortable. Plenty of different color options and styles that have great crossover appeal. Cons: Antigua’s shirts have gotten “hipper,” but they still might be too conservative for golf fashionistas....
- Posted 171 days ago
Review: Mizuno JPX-EZ Forged Irons
Pros: The JPX-EZ Forged irons are larger than Mizuno’s popular MP series irons, but they’re made with the same “Grain Flow” forging process and have a similar buttery soft feel. The distance consistency of the irons is...
- Posted 173 days ago
Review: Aldila Tour Blue and Tour Green shafts
Pros: Cool graphics and a smooth feel that’s consistent in both models. Cons: High price ($349). Bottom Line: Need to hit it lower? Try the Tour Green. Need to hit it higher? Try the Tour Blue. Overview The Aldila Tour...
- Posted 177 days ago
Review: Kenny Giannini G-4 “No-Neck” putter
Pros: The slightly thicker body and single sight line make the G-4 easy to square up to the target line. The glare-free PVD Black finish is easy on the eyes. Cons: Off-center hits are not as forgiving...
- Posted 177 days ago
Review: Callaway women’s golf apparel
Recent lines of Callaway apparel seemed to have been aimed at my parents, not me. But the company has really stepped up its game with its new line, which targets a younger, more athletic crowd. Outfit 1 Take...
- Posted 179 days ago
Titleist 714 AP1 and AP2 Irons: Editor Review
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 irons offer even better looks and feel than previous models, and their progressive...
- Posted 183 days ago
TaylorMade SpeedBlade irons: Editor Review
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 won’t punish your joints. The ball flight with the long irons can look...
- Posted 185 days ago
Cleveland Smart Square Putter: Editor Review
Pros: Square alignment aids make it incredibly easy to aim, and the face insert feels soft and rolls the ball well. There won’t be any glare issues, even on the brightest of days, thanks to the matte black finish....
- Posted 194 days ago
Editor Review: Mitsubishi Diamana W-Series Shaft
Pros: Mitsubishi’s Diamana W-Series has similar launch and spin characteristics to its predecessor, the ‘ahina. Its newly designed butt section that gives the shaft a smoother feel, and it’s is the first White Board shaft to be available in...
- Posted 194 days ago
TaylorMade Ghost Tour Putters: Editor Review
Pros: The heavier weight of the putter combined with a new, softer insert gives the new Ghost Tour putters a fantastic feel. The site lines parallel to the dominant alignment line assist with set up, and the...
- Posted 196 days ago
Callaway HEX Black Tour and HEX Chrome + Golf Balls: Editor review
Pros: The HEX Black Tour is one of the longest, lowest-spinning tour balls on the market. The Chrome + feels a little softer and produces more spin on full shots. Both models are exceptional in the wind and...
- Posted 205 days ago
Puma Ladies Golf Apparel: Editor Review
We’ve been seeing hybrid golf shoes for awhile now. You know the story: Not only can you wear your golf shoes on the golf course, but they’re now so multifunctional and you can even go running in...
- Posted 205 days ago
Lyle and Scott Apparel (from Trendy Golf): Editor Review
Pros: The shirt, sweater and pants are slim-fitting, comfortable and provide warmth in brisk/cold conditions, and they do not sacrifice flexibility in movement or breathability. The designs are chic and smart, utilizing color and throwback designs to provide...
- Posted 207 days ago
TRUE Linkswear Ladies Golf Shoes: Editor Review
When you’re the original barefoot golf shoe company, you just don’t set out to make another barefoot golf shoe — you want to master it. Thankfully for me, True Linkswear’s quest to master the barefoot golf shoe...
- Posted 209 days ago
Adams Tight Lies and Tight Lies Tour: Editor Review
Pros: Hittable from any lie, most notably from the light rough. Great versatility and distance on off-center strikes. Finds the middle ground between a hybrid and off-the-tee fairway wood. Forgiveness across the face even with shallow, smaller-sized...
- Posted 213 days ago
The Best Golf Rangefinders of 2013
Golfers are always looking for new technology to help them play their best. While rangefinders don’t have the cool factor of a new driver or set of irons, they’re one of the easiest way for golfers to...
- Posted 214 days ago