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  • Tour Edge Exotics E8 and E8 Beta Fairway Woods Review
    Review: Tour Edge Exotics E8 and E8 Beta Fairway Woods

    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 at this price point is a considerable let down and the additional...

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  • Tour Edge Exotics E8 and E8 Beta Drivers Review
    Review: Tour Edge Exotics E8 and E8 Beta Drivers

    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 premium stock shaft offerings at no upcharge. Cons: The Beta, in particular, is not...

    • Posted 8 days ago
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    Review: Nickent F30 Ti Fairway and Hybrid

    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 much spin with these, and their turf interaction, particularly from the...

    • Posted 36 days ago
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    Review: Scotty Cameron Futura X and Futura X Dual Balance Putters

    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 for $349-$399. It’s big and curvy, which might rub traditionalists the wrong...

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  • Titleist Vokey SM5 TVD-K TVD-M Wedge Review
    Review: Titleist Vokey TVD-M and TVD-K Wedges

    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 If you’re looking for spin, you can’t do much better than Vokey’s new...

    • Posted 48 days ago
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    Review: Edel E-Series Putters

    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 of the face; little homes away from home. Cons: The putters start at $295,...

    • Posted 63 days ago
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    Review: Hiskei “Wave” shaft

    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 lower launch and higher spin for both testers. Who’s it for? Anyone looking...

    • Posted 65 days ago
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    Review: Srixon Z-Star and Z-Star XV Golf Balls

    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 of the best yellow golf balls available today. Cons: Overlapping swing speed recommendations can...

    • Posted 76 days ago
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  • Game Golf Digital Tracking System
    Review: Game Golf

    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 the true distance and accuracy of each of their clubs to formulate a...

    • Posted 79 days ago
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  • Devereux Review
    Review: Devereux Golf Shirts

    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, but also 35 percent polyester, which keeps them looking good. Cons: At between $80...

    • Posted 83 days ago
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    Review: Oakley Golf Apparel

    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 have enough style options no matter what you’re into. At $65 and $75...

    • Posted 85 days ago
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    Review: Gary Player’s Instructional DVD Set: A Game For Life

    It may not be fair to hold a legend in one aspect of life to a similar standard in another. When such a prominent figure makes an effort to repeat his/her achievements in another realm, there is...

    • Posted 89 days ago
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    Review: Callaway Apex Pro irons

    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. They’re also pretty long for a blade-style iron. Cons: The price point ($1099)...

    • Posted 91 days ago
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    Review: Tour Edge Exotics CB Pro S Wedges

    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 options available. The stock grinds have high-to-medium bounce angles, which means they’re...

    • Posted 92 days ago
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    Review: Sun Mountain ClubGlider Meridian Travel Bag

    Pros: Sun Mountain’s ClubGlider Meridian is the only golf travel bag that comes equipped with four wheels — one pair with retractable legs — that hold 100 percent of the weight. That provides stability and convenience while...

    • Posted 92 days ago
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    Review: TaylorMade Tour Preferred UDI (Ultimate Driving Iron)

    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 driving irons are for the better golfer and if forgiveness on mishits...

    • Posted 93 days ago
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    Review: Powerbilt Air Force One DFX Tour Black Driver

    Pros: The Powerbilt AFO DFX Tour Black driver offers some of the fastest ball speeds and most consistent smash factors we’ve seen in testing, all in a deep-faced design that frames the ball quite nicely. In addition,...

    • Posted 100 days ago
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    Review: Basileus Fiamma shaft

    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 shaft one of the smoothest I’ve had the opportunity to test. Cons: Due to...

    • Posted 104 days ago
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    The return of Loomis Golf shafts

    In 1992, Davis Love III installed Loomis Golf graphite shafts in his irons. The subsequent four wins on tour had competitors and aficionados scratching their heads and asking what exactly happened to DL3′s game? It turned out...

    • Posted 104 days ago
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  • Oakley Sunglasses Review
    Review: Oakley Performance Golf Sunglasses

    Pros: Lightweight, comfortable sunglasses that meet the high standards in precision optics and impact resistance. They’re available in more than a dozen styles with Oakley’s golf-specific G30 iridium lenses and most styles are further customizable. Cons: They’re $110+ per...

    • Posted 106 days ago
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    Review: Sunfish Animal Headcovers

    Pros: Sunfish’s head covers are 100 percent hand-knit in New Zealand, but you’d think they were hand sewn in your grandmother’s living room. With the look of sock puppets, these playful wool headcovers add more personality than...

    • Posted 106 days ago
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    2014 Gear Trials: Best Players Irons

    So what are players irons? Historically, they’ve been forged, blade-like irons that better players tend to use, and we hate that definition. If we achieve anything with this list of golf’s best players irons, we hope to change...

    • Posted 108 days ago
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    TaylorMade releases Tour Preferred UDI (Ultimate Driving iron)

    TaylorMade’s new Tour Preferred UDI (Ultimate Driving Irons) are low-lofted, hollow-bodied long irons designed to launch the ball higher and with more ball speed than traditional long irons. “We designed the Tour Preferred UDI for players seeking...

    • Posted 108 days ago
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    2014 Gear Trials: Best Game-Improvement Irons

    Let’s start with the assumption that all golf equipment purchases are made by golfers who intend to improve their games. Why then does the golf industry use the label of “game improvement” to almost exclusively describe oversized...

    • Posted 111 days ago
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    Review: Garsen Putter Grips

    Pros: A new take on the traditional pistol-style putter grip. Design minimizes wrist breakdown and lays the foundation for a more consistent stroke. Solid construction, comparable to grips from major manufacturers. Cons: The necessary hand position may...

    • Posted 111 days ago
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    Designer Clay Long on TaylorMade’s new Tour Preferred wedges

    Three years ago, Clay Long, who is nothing short of a legend in the club-making industry, began working with TaylorMade on a new wedge project. If you haven’t heard of Clay Long, here’s what you need to...

    • Posted 112 days ago
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  • Vokey SM5 Indigo Wedges
    Vokey to release limited-edition SM5 Indigo wedges

    A limited-edition finish from Vokey puts a totally different spin on the wedge game blues. Starting July 16, golfers will be able to order certain Vokey SM5 wedges with the company’s Indigo PVD finish. Die-hard Vokey fans...

    • Posted 112 days ago
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    2014 Gear Trials: Best Drivers

    It all starts with the right questions. Ask a group of serious golfers what’s the best new driver, and you’ll get a long list of answers. But ask those same golfers what the best new driver is...

    • Posted 112 days ago
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    Rory shows off new “MM Proto” 2 iron on Instagram

    Rory McIlroy showed off a new 2 iron, called the “MM Proto,” on Instagram as he prepares for the Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open this week. According to a Nike representative, the prototype iron represents a collaborative...

    • Posted 113 days ago
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