- Rose adds TaylorMade Tour Preferred irons to his bagPosted 16 hours ago
- Review: TaylorMade SLDR fairway woods and hybridsPosted 24 hours ago
Review: TaylorMade SLDR fairway woods and hybrids
Pros: The SLDR fairway woods and hybrids offer a low-spinning trajectory in a clean and refreshingly understated package. The next generation of “speed slot” technology is marginally better, and the “real deal” TP shaft options are big selling...
- Posted 24 hours ago
Callaway X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro drivers, fairway woods and hybrids
X2 Hot Driver Callaway’s X Hot driver was one of the top-performing drivers in 2013 for golfers with slow-to-moderate swing speeds, and those who miss the sweet spot as often as they hit it. But it had...
- Posted 23 days ago
Cobra BiO Cell driver, fairway woods, hybrids and irons
Cobra has color cornered in its new line of BiO Cell drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, which are available in club heads painted blue, red, silver, orange and black. That makes the company the clear-cut leader in...
- Posted 23 days ago
TaylorMade JetSpeed Drivers, Fairway Woods and Hybrids
Pictured above (from left) are the TaylorMade JetSpeed 3 Wood, Driver and Fairway Metal Just three weeks ago, TaylorMade announced its SLDR fairway woods and hybrids. Today, golfers are getting their first look at TaylorMade’s newest line...
- Posted 24 days ago
TaylorMade SLDR Fairway Woods and Hybrids
Like TaylorMade’s SLDR driver, the company’s new SLDR fairway woods and hybrids promise golfers more distance from a lower, more forward center of gravity. The SLDR fairway woods and hybrids have a new version TaylorMade’s “Speed Pocket,”...
- Posted 45 days ago
Wilson Staff’s new FG Tour M3 Driver, Fairway Woods, Hybrids and Irons
Wilson Staff’s newest line of equipment, the FG Tour M3, for the first time offers adjustable features in a Wilson Staff driver, fairway wood and hybrid. The company’s previous line of equipment, the D100 series, was tailored...
- Posted 71 days ago
Adams Tight Lies and Tight Lies Tour: Editor Review
Pros: Hittable from any lie, most notably from the light rough. Great versatility and distance on off-center strikes. Finds the middle ground between a hybrid and off-the-tee fairway wood. Forgiveness across the face even with shallow, smaller-sized...
- Posted 78 days ago
Spotted: 2014 Adams XTD Drivers, Fairway Woods, Hybrids and Forged Irons
Check out these spy pics of the Adams 2013 XTD drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons. It appears that Adams has gone slots galore (even in its forged irons) to make themselves the company with the hottest...
- Posted 89 days ago
2013 Best Hybrids
There’s a lot fewer long irons played on the PGA Tour these days than in years past. That’s because the pros have realized that some of the long irons they used to play aren’t as consistent as...
- Posted 90 days ago
Adams Super S and LS Hybrids: Editor review
Pros: The Super S and LS hybrid offer two different looks at address — rounded (S) and narrow (LS). Both clubs are very long, launch the ball high in the air and are capable of producing a...
- Posted 161 days ago
Ping G25 Fairways and Hybrids: Editor Review
Pros: The shallow design of the G25 fairway woods makes them easy to hit off the fairway and the tee, and the look of the G25 hybrid is much improved over the driving iron-like G20. Cons: They’re not...
- Posted 166 days ago
Long irons or hybrids? The importance of bag setup
Merion Golf Club’s East Course, the site of the 2013 U.S. Open, saw players use a variety of different equipment setups in order to navigate the course’s combination of very long and very short holes. Bag setup...
- Posted 171 days ago
“We are past the time of superior and inferior product lines”
What was true, still is true and is likely becoming even more true is this: equipment doesn’t make any difference. Or perhaps more correctly, when analyzed with a single criteria of performance, the consumer has more choices...
- Posted 258 days ago
Are hybrids on the way out?
By Chris Nickel GolfWRX Contributor Archilochus said “The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing.” Sometimes you want a fox and sometimes you want a hedgehog. Sometimes you’re not sure, so you want...
- Posted 386 days ago