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Spend enough time around golf courses and driving ranges and you'll realize there are a few different types of golfers playing the game -- everyone...

In the golf equipment world, it's rare for new releases and technologies to produce drastic distance gains in off-the-rack purchases, mostly due to limitations by...

Callaway's new Steelhead XR irons and hybrids each draw from equipment designs and technologies in the company's history. The new Steelhead XR irons are influenced...

Srixon's new Z-Series drivers, fairway woods and hybrids take the looks that better players prefer, and pump them up with technologies that players of...

TaylorMade’s M2 fairway woods and hybrids address the needs of a wide range of golfers, with designs that forgo the M1’s slew of adjustability...

Ben Hogan was known for his deadly accuracy with long irons -- surely you've seen this photo of his famous 1-iron shot in the...

Callaway's XR irons and hybrids from last year (the standard models, not the "Pro") were classified as game-improvement clubs, industry code for high-launching, forgiving clubs with...

For most golfers, fairway woods and hybrids play a relatively limited role during a round of golf. But when they are called upon, golfers...

The Ben Hogan Golf Equipment Company announced a return to the golf equipment business in May of last year to much fanfare, following a...

It's no wonder that equipment companies have began offering more and more adjustability in their metal woods. It gives golfers the opportunity to buy a...

Tour Edge has launched its new Exotics EX9 Tour fairway woods and hybrids, which join the recently launched EX9 and EX9 Tour drivers, and EX9 fairway...

There are hybrids that perform more like fairway woods, and hybrids that perform more like irons. Callaway's Apex hybrids are the latter, offering golfers...

As loft decreases, it becomes more and more difficult for golfers to hit their irons the distance required to create meaningful distance gaps. That's true for...

Suggested retail: $159.99 Release date: Nov. 15, 2015 Options: 17 degrees (2), 19 degrees (3), 22 degrees (4), 25 degrees (5), 28 degrees (6). Not adjustable. Stock...

Last year, Srixon covered the needs of better players with its Z545 and Z745 drivers, ZF45 fairway woods, ZH45 hybrids and Z545 and Z745...

Since their release in January, golfers have been able to buy TaylorMade's most popular driver, the R15 460, in either black or white, depending on their...

In 2013, Tour Edge Exotics turned heads with its CB Pro fairway wood, which used a wave-like "Slip Stream" sole that looked completely different...

Following the trend of new drivers and fairway woods, hybrid clubs have become much lower spinning than their predecessors in recent years. It's a...

Pros: The R15 and AeroBurner hybrids offer faster ball speeds and more distance than the SLDR or JetSpeed hybrids. Cons: The smaller, peanut-shaped R15 might...

Pros: An awesome all-around performer. Top-tier ball speeds. Cons: Not adjustable. Highest loft is 22 degrees. Who’s it for: Most hybrid players, and those who don't know that they are...

Pros: This is how hybrids should look. Both models are exceptionally consistent, and two of the longest of 2015. Cons: None. Who are they for?: The 915H and 915Hd will...

Callaway's XR drivers, fairway woods and hybrids use the company's new-and-improved Hyper Speed Face Cup technology to produce faster ball speeds -- without skimping...

Along with its new J715 drivers, Bridgestone golf will release new J15 fairway woods and hybrids that promise improved ball speeds, higher launch angles...

We've reached the point where one fairway wood isn't just one fairway wood anymore. Callaway's Big Bertha Alpha 815 fairway woods have two adjustable weights...

The list of technologies that TaylorMade has introduced through its “R” Series line of drivers in the last decade has become a sort of...