The GolfWRX product reviews team recognizes golf equipment of the highest quality, design, and performance with its GolfWRX Editors’ Choice award. It is the seal of approval people look for when shopping for gear.
Products bearing the GolfWRX Editors’ Choice graphic have been tested and carefully evaluated by our expert editors. The award is the hallmark of good product performance and it signifies a product that is the best of breed in its category.
An Editors’ Choice product must pass through multiple phases to make the list. Editors reviews, GolfWRX Editor committee and a committee formed of professional club fitters together vote. The best of those reviews and opinions will be recognized.
The criteria listed are a baseline for the review process but do not account for the reviewer’s subjective experience of using the product and the brand bias we must all have to some degree; the rating and ultimate conclusion are subject to the reviewer’s, editors and committees discretion. See a full list of products that have won a GolfWRX Editors’ Choice award.
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