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    Review: Bushnell Pro X7 and Tour Z6 Rangefinder Shootout

    Pros: E.S.P. 2 and new “JOLT” technologies offer faster, more accurate readings. Bushnell’s brighter screens, made possible with its Vivid Display Technology (VDT), makes it easier to read all the data. Cons: These will speed up your pace of...

    • Posted 5 days ago
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  • Adams Pro Hybrid Review
    Review: Adams Pro Hybrid

    Pros: A scorching hot face for boring, penetrating shots off the tee. They’re very workable, and have a sole shape that glides through rough nicely. Cons: Hoisting a high, soft shot can be a challenge. Also, the...

    • Posted 14 days ago
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    Review: Nike Covert 2.0 Fairway Woods

    Pros: Deadly accurate with a reduced head size and shape that improves playability. Their CG’s are substantially lower than their predecessors, which can lower spin as much as 700 rpms. Cons: No adjustability on the Performance model. The Takeaway: These...

    • Posted 19 days ago
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    Review: Titleist Vokey SM5 Wedges

    Pros: Vokey leads the way with 21 different loft, bounce and grind combinations, three different finishes and personalization programs that allows golfers to create a wedge that suits their games and personalities. The new specialized TX3 grooves add...

    • Posted 22 days ago
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    Review: Adams XTD Forged Irons

    Pros: A forged blade-type iron with a little bit of a size advantage for extra forgiveness. Tungsten weighting offers excellent feel, and the presence of KBS C-Taper shafts and Iomic grips as standard options reinforces the XTD...

    • Posted 26 days ago
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    Review: Nike TW ’14 Golf Shoes

    Pros: The shoes’ namesake is well-known for playing a significant part in product development, so when you put these shoes on, you know you’re wearing shoes approved by the best golfer in the world. Also, the customizability...

    • Posted 27 days ago
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  • Kingston Putter Review
    Review: Kingston KP1 and KP2 Putters

    Pros: Solid sound at impact and consistent distance on mishits. These are classic-styled putters with a minimalist look. Custom stamping and sight lines are available. Cons: Upper tier price point ($279). There’s only one finish option and one...

    • Posted 29 days ago
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    Review: Adams XTD Driver

    Pros: The XTD is hot. Volcanic. Radioactive, one might say. Even mishits seem to careen off the face and down the fairway, straighter than most. The adjustability of the club is about all you need—a degree and...

    • Posted 29 days ago
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  • Nike Covert 2.0 and Covert 2.0 Tour Driver Review
    Review: Nike VRS Covert 2.0 and 2.0 Tour Drivers

    Pros: Two of the nicest looking drivers at address in golf. The size of the Tour model was increased to 460cc, giving it a major forgiveness upgrade, and Nike kept their FlexLoft adapters compatible with the original models....

    • Posted 33 days ago
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  • Cleveland 588 Custom Fairway Woods
    Cleveland 588 Fairway Woods and Hybrids Review

    Pros: Classic looks and a pleasing sound and feel. Two of the highest-launching fairway woods and hybrids we’ve tested. Cons: Not adjustable. These could spin too much for high-spin golfers. Only one stock shaft, and their swing weights...

    • Posted 41 days ago
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    Review: Fourteen Golf FH-1000 Irons

    Pros: Blades that are playable for a willing single-digit. Beautiful shaping and top-quality satin finish. Cons: They’re pricey, about $1200 for a seven-club set. Bottom Line: Even professional golfers are moving away from blades toward more forgiving irons....

    • Posted 55 days ago
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  • Maxfli U6, U6 LC and U6X Review
    Review: Maxfli U6 Balls

    Pros: The new “U6” series balls are available in three different compressions that will meet the needs of a wide range of players. They’re low spinning off the tee and have adequate spin and feel around the...

    • Posted 56 days ago
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  • Cleveland 588 Custom Driver Review
    Review: Cleveland 588 Custom Driver

    Pros: Two loft options (9 and 10.5), and each head has 12 settings to further tune loft, lie and face angle. A weight port in the back of the head accepts three variable screws to adjust swing weight....

    • Posted 62 days ago
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  • Callaway Big Bertha and Big Bertha Alpha Driver Review
    Review: Callaway Big Bertha and Big Bertha Alpha Drivers

    Pros: Callaway’s most adjustable drivers to date. Big Bertha Alpha’s Gravity Core offers the ability to adjust vertical center of gravity up or down to adjust spin independent of launch angle. Big Bertha’s Adjustable Perimeter Weighting maintains...

    • Posted 62 days ago
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    Review: FlagHi App

    Pros: An easy-to-use app that incorporate elevation, humidity and temperature into yardage to give golfers accurate distance measurements. Cons: As with any product release, there are a couple small functionality issues that need to be addressed to...

    • Posted 68 days ago
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  • The Pill Review
    Review: The Pill

    Pros: The Pill is idiot-proof; you set it on its edge to practice your putting or on its side for chipping and bunker shots. If your stroke is off, The Pill won’t lie. It’s affordable, portable and easy...

    • Posted 68 days ago
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  • Orange Whip Putting Wand Review
    Review: The Orange Whip Putting Wand

    Pros: Intuitive and familiar device. Its overall weight and flexible shaft force users to pay attention to the length and pace of their strokes, as well as where they contact the ball on the face. Works for...

    • Posted 69 days ago
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  • Miura MB-001 Irons Review
    Review: Miura MB-001 Irons

    Pros: Unmistakable Miura feel. Very workable, and knife-like out of the rough. Cons: Righties only, and each iron costs $235 per head. Like all muscleback irons, they’re not forgiving. Bottom Line: If you’re a blade lover, these are some of...

    • Posted 69 days ago
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    Review: Cobra Tour Trusty Wedges

    Pros: The wedges have an high-friction face design, aggressive grooves and a versatile Tour Notch K-grind. Available in lofts of 62 and 64 degrees, if that’s your thing. Cons: Not as many bounce options as market share...

    • Posted 71 days ago
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  • TaylorMade JetSpeed hybrid review
    Review: TaylorMade JetSpeed Hybrids

    Pros: Miminimal vibration on off-center strikes and easy to hit from a variety of lies. Impressive distance, and $20 cheaper than SLDR. Cons: Some might not like the crown design, and the lack of adjustability is a bummer....

    • Posted 76 days ago
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  • Tour Edge Exotics CB Pro, XCG7 and XCG7 fairway woods review
    Review: Tour Edge Exotics XCG7, XCG7 Beta and CB Pro Fairway Woods

    Pros: Second-to-none ball speeds. The XCG7, XCG7 Beta and CB Pro have three distinct profiles that will please a wide range of golfers. Cons: All three models produce a similar launch and spin, and they’re on the expensive...

    • Posted 89 days ago
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    Review: Bettinardi BB55 Putter

    Pros: The BB55 feels very stable and smooth during the stroke. The three sight lines and bulbous side panels nicely frame the ball at address. Counter-balanced model available. Cons: For an aluminum putter it actually feels pretty good,...

    • Posted 91 days ago
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    Review: Bettinardi 2014 BB Series Putters

    Pros: 100% milled, with a very soft feel at impact. The Hyper-Honeycomb face finish is stunning, and is a nice modern touch to these classic putters. Cons: They’re expensive ($299), and only come in one head weight (353...

    • Posted 91 days ago
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    Review: FootJoy DNA Shoes

    Pros: The FootJoy DNAs are an excellent all-around shoe, comfortable enough that you won’t be disappointed if you find yourself lingering in the pub post-round without street shoes, and functional enough to wear in a casual round with...

    • Posted 92 days ago
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    Review: Callaway X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro Drivers

    Pros: Like last year’s X Hot, the X2 Hot drivers come in two different options, a Pro version with a slightly smaller head, lower launch and spin, and a standard version with more forgiveness and an easier...

    • Posted 93 days ago
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  • Callaway X2 Hot and H2 Hot Pro Fairway Woods Review
    Review: Callaway X2 Hot, X2 Hot Pro Fairway Woods

    Pros: Two different options, a Pro version with a slightly smaller head, lower launch and spin, and flatter sole, and a standard version offering maximum forgiveness and an easier launch. Lighter and thinner forged Hyper Speed Face...

    • Posted 93 days ago
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  • Callaway X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro Hybrids Review
    Review: Callaway X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro Hybrids

    Pros: Two different options, a Pro version with a slightly smaller head and lower launch and spin, and a standard version with more forgiveness and an easier launch. The forged Hyper Speed Face Cup produces a smooth...

    • Posted 94 days ago
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    Review: Cleveland Classic Collection HB 1 Putter

    Pros: The Cleveland Classic HB 1 costs only $99, yet it offers the clean look and soft feel of more expensive putters. It’s available in two finishes, black pearl and the satin chrome. Cons: No removable weights, but...

    • Posted 97 days ago
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  • TaylorMade JetSpeed Driver Review
    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 99 days ago
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  • SuperStroke Flatso, Flatso Mid and Flatso Ultra putter grip revie
    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 117 days ago
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