Reviews

Reviews

Pros: Extremely low-spinning, and more consistent than TaylorMade's SLDR drivers. Offered in two colors -- black and white. The ability to split the R15's...

Pros: Big forgiveness, low spin. The ball speed, launch angle and spin rate are very consistent, even on mishits. Cons: Not as low spinning as...

Pros: A high-launching shaft that feels very smooth. Available for woods (50, 60 and 70-gram models) and hybrids (70 and 80-gram models). Cons: They're cheaper than Graphite...

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: Comfortable, impressive traction, off-the-course wearability, modern look. Cons: Reflective accents may be too bold for some. Bottom Line: If you’re in the market for a spikeless...

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...

Pros: Top-notch stock shafts, ample forgiveness and impressive ball speeds -- a balance from which every player will benefit. Cons: The lack of an adjustable hosel...

Pros: A power grid behind the club face and a low-forward CG helps to increase ball speed, raise launch and lower spin. Both drivers offer...

Pros: More forgiving and lower spinning than Ping's G25 driver. The turbulators (ridges on the front of the crown) actually work, creating an average of...

Pros: Tungsten weights placed low and deep in the head encourage a high launch. Cons: Only one shaft option. Golfers with faster swing speeds could create too...

Pros: The Futura X is tremendously forgiving and crafted with exceptional attention to detail. It's one of the most stable, consistent high-MOI putters on the market. Cons: Sells...

Pros: The TVD-M and TVD-K wedges have narrower soles and less bounce than Vokey's SM5 wedges to give better golfers more versatility around the greens. And...

Pros: The torque-free, weight-balanced design will free up the release of any stroke. Pixl technology provides golfers with mini sweet spots away from the center...

Pros: Premium shaft with ripples that create more consistency and reduce vibration. They're also a great value at $125 each. Cons: The Wave shaft produced a slightly...

Pros: Two different premium golf balls designed for higher swing speeds, deliver distance, exceptional short game control and durability. The Tour Yellow option is one...

Pros: Combines GPS and motion sensing technology to track every shot with minimal disruption to the flow of the game. Advanced data capture lets golfers learn...

Pros: Stylish shirts that easily make the transition from the office to the course. They're 65 percent Pima cotton, which makes them plenty soft,...

Pros: Oakley's golf polos and Take 3.0 pants are engineered to keep sweat at a minimum, stretch enough to allow for freedom of movement and...

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Pros: One of the most forgiving models in its class. The Apex Pros offer fantastic looks, feel and workability, and they're great from the rough....

Pros: These soft-feeling 1025 forged wedges sell for just $99 each and create a ton of spin around the greens. Cons: Limited lofts and bounce...

Pros: Sun Mountain's ClubGlider Meridian is the only golf travel bag that comes equipped with four wheels -- one pair with retractable legs --...

Pros: Not your grandfather's (or even your father's) driving iron. Effortless launch, long distance and a surprising amount of forgiveness. Cons: While more forgiving than expected, these...

Pros: Powerbilt's AFO DFX MOI driver offers some of the fastest ball speeds and most consistent smash factors we've seen in testing, all in a...

Pros: The Basileus Fiamma is a gorgeously eye-catching shaft with design features that benefit a quick and compact swing. High modulus carbon materials make the...