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Reviews

Pros: One of golf's most adjustable fairway woods. New dual weights allow golfers to more finely tune trajectory. Improved ball speeds over TaylorMade's R15. Cons: Unlike the M1...

Pros: The Great Big Bertha is impressively low spinning for its high level of forgiveness. Its adjustability system is also effective, and simple to use....

Pros: The sight line on the 2135 putters is elevated to the equator of the golf ball -- 21.35 mm -- helping golfers consistently line the...

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

Playing music on the golf course has become both acceptable and convenient at many golf courses and driving ranges, and as a result more...

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...
Hogan irons

The Ben Hogan Company returned to the golf equipment business with the introduction of its Ft. Worth irons in January. We detailed the release...

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...

Pros: All of the capabilities of a fitness-centric wearable, combined with on-course GPS functionality and full statistical analysis of your golf game, which includes comprehensive...

Pros: Their hollow-bodied, multi-material chassis bares an uncanny resemblance to the shape of the 716 MB irons that most golfers wish they could play, yet offers a...

Pros: The addition of tungsten to the design of the 716 CB irons makes the long and mid irons noticeably easier to hit, without compromising...

Pros: The 716 AP2 irons retain the looks, forged feel and flight characteristics of Titleist's previous model, while adding 25 percent more tungsten to their design to improve...

Pros: A serious distance upgrade. The 716 AP1 irons have thin, unsupported club faces that make them a challenger in the distance category. The...

Pros: Options are plentiful with the MD3 Milled wedges. There are three different sole grinds, two finishes and a wide range of lofts (46-60 degrees). Low-lofted, mid-lofted...

Pros: The Futura X5 and X5R are compact mallet putters that offer clean aesthetics, premium craftsmanship and fantastic feedback at impact.   Cons: They may be a bit undersized. Who they're for: Golfers who don't...

Pros: Everyone from PGA Tour players to mid-handicap golfers can play the i irons thanks to their progressive design (larger long irons, smaller short irons)....

Pros: The DST Compressor has a significant shaft bend that places golfers in position at address and impact that encourages a delayed strike. This can help golfers...

Pros: Stunningly simple to use despite its slew of premium features. Gear heads and tournament players will love Bushnell's new Exchange Technology, which allows users to...

Pros: By rolling the ball consistently, the Perfect Putter helps golfers find the correct speed-line combination of any putt. Extra accessories help golfers improve...

Pros: Top-notch ball speeds, particularly on mishits for a driver with a forward center of gravity. Powerbilt continues to prove that its drivers can compete against...

“Don’t call it a comeback... I’ve been here for years.” LL Cool J’s assertion might as well be Callaway's slogan moving forward for its...

Pros: Everything you expect from a tour-level ball, except the price. Low spin off the driver and ample spin around the greens. Cons: Lack of presence...

This list of the best blade irons in golf isn't like the Gear Trials: Best Clubs Lists that we've published for 2015. It couldn't be,...

What are the best clubs? It's a question we see asked over and over again on GolfWRX, and we've done our best to answer it...