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TaylorMade R15 and AeroBurner Drivers, Fairway Woods and Hybrids
The list of technologies that TaylorMade has introduced through its “R” Series line of drivers in the last decade has become a sort of unofficial checklist through which many golfers have come to evaluate new models. Moveable...
- Posted 12 days ago
Cobra Fly-Z XL Drivers, Fairway Woods, Hybrids and Irons
There’s game-improvement clubs, and then there’s the next step — clubs that get the job done by any means necessary. Cobra’s Fly-Z XL drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons are the latter. They’re designed for high-handicap golfers...
- Posted 15 days ago
Cobra Fly Z and Fly Z+ Drivers, Fairway Woods and Hybrids
Cobra’s Fly-Z ($329) and Fly-Z+ ($399) drivers will be in stores on Jan. 23, 2015. Cells and bright colors? Maybe you were skeptical of Cobra’s Bio Cell line of drivers, fairway woods and hybrids. They looked cool...
- Posted 22 days ago
Spotted: Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 815 Fairway Woods and Hybrids
Thanks to GolfWRX Member DTown3011 for posting the first in-hand photos of Callaway’s Big Bertha Alpha 815 fairway woods. The fairway woods, which are currently listed on Callaway’s Australian site, have two weight ports that accommodate the...
- Posted 24 days ago
Adams Idea Tech Hybrid Irons
Adams Golf’s Idea Tech Hybrid Irons are designed for golfers with slower swing speeds who need to launch the ball higher with more spin to keep the ball airborne longer, which will provide more distance and stopping...
- Posted 33 days ago
Titleist 915 Drivers, Fairway Woods and Hybrids
The one thing that kept Titleist’s 913 drivers from winning more awards in our 2014 Gear Trials Club Test was their tendency to spin too much, but that shouldn’t be the case with the company’s 915 line. The new models...
- Posted 54 days ago
Leaked: Full Nike 2015 Equipment Line
Those of you making a new equipment wish list will love this: a leak of all of Nike’s 2015 products, which includes many things we expected and a few things that we didn’t expect. Regulars in our...
- Posted 56 days ago
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 63 days ago
Callaway Big Bertha Irons and Hybrids
In the last two years, Callaway Golf has seen its U.S. dollar share in golf equipment sales — that is the amount of money consumers spend on Callaway’s clubs versus other companies’ clubs — grow 37 percent....
- Posted 63 days ago
Adams’ new Tight Lies Fairway Woods and Hybrids have “Ghost Slot Technology”
Maybe the most intriguing golf equipment development in recent years has been the addition of “slots” to modern drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons, and no company has used slots more noticeably on its fairway woods and...
- Posted 83 days ago
2014 Gear Trials: Best Hybrids
In nearly every golfer’s bag, there’s a yardage gap between two irons that’s a little closer together than it should be. It’s most common in the long irons, where golfers often hit two different clubs almost the...
- Posted 145 days ago
Ping G30 Drivers, Fairway Woods, Hybrids and Irons
G30 Drivers No matter where a golf equipment manufacturer places the center of gravity in its latest driver, one thing is true; modern driver heads aren’t very aerodynamic objects. Ping’s new G30 driver doesn’t change that, but...
- Posted 146 days ago
TaylorMade unveils new SLDR S woods and irons
TaylorMade has announced the release of its SLDR S line, which includes new drivers, fairway woods and hybrids that continue the company’s emphasis on “lofting up.” Like the company’s original SLDR drivers, the SLDR S measures 460cc...
- Posted 204 days ago
Review: Cobra Bio Cell Hybrids
Pros: The standard Bi0 Cell hybrid is hot, high-launching and quite versatile. MyFly8 adjustability allows you to dial in your preferred trajectory and ensure you have all yardage gaps covered. Driver-like face construction and strategically located Bio...
- Posted 209 days ago
Review: Nike Covert 2.0 Hybrids
Pros: The crew at Nike took a fresh approach in designing the new VRS Covert 2.0 hybrids, making the lower-lofted clubs more forgiving and easier to launch than previously offered models. These new hybrids are long, accurate and...
- Posted 223 days ago
Why you’re not good enough not to get fit
Since the beginning of custom golf club fitting, players have always wrestled with the question “should I get custom fit?” or “am I good enough to get custom fit?” While these seem like valid questions, I tell...
- Posted 226 days ago
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 237 days ago
Ping 2014 Karsten Hybrid-Iron Set
It goes without saying that golfers enjoy the game more when they’re playing their best. When they’re not playing their best… well, they’re probably not having as much fun. Ping’s new Karsten hybrid-iron set is designed to...
- Posted 253 days ago
Lessons with David Leadbetter by Callaway Golf
Callaway Golf launched “Lessons with David Leadbetter,” an eight-part series of instruction vignettes to help us all shake off the winter rust and play better golf. With the first installment below, renowned instructor David Leadbetter explains how...
- Posted 253 days ago
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 265 days ago
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 300 days ago
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 317 days ago
Cleveland 588 Custom Driver, Fairway Woods and Hybrids
Cleveland Golf’s new 588 Custom driver <<< See Full Review Here >>> is more adjustable than the company’s recently released 588 Altitude driver, and has more weight positioned lower in the head to raise launch angle and...
- Posted 323 days ago
Ping i25 Driver, Fairway Woods and Hybrids
i25 Driver Ping’s new i25 driver has a center of gravity that is more forward than the company’s G25 driver to help golfers reduce spin on their tee shots. But discussion about the i25’s engineering feats will...
- Posted 328 days 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 357 days 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 379 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. Also see the new for 2014 Cobra Bio...
- Posted 379 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 380 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 401 days ago