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Pros: Dialing in trajectory and spin is more in the hands of the player than ever with SureFit CG adjustability. Feel and sound have improved,...

Pros: Titleist adds CG adjustability, gives golfers the ability to control draw and fade bias. Sound and feel are less metallic than 915 drivers....

We first caught a glimpse of Titleist's 917 fairway woods when Jimmy Walker posted this video on Instagram. Now, we have in-hand photos of...

Titleist debuted its new 917D2 and 917D3 drivers this week at the Quicken Loans National. After the first tee shots of the tournament were...
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In the video above, I put Titleist's new 716 MB, CB, AP2 and AP1 irons to the test to see how they measure up against each...

Titleist is unveiling its new 917 drivers to PGA Tour players this week at the Quicken Loans National at Congressional Country Club, where we...

Jordan Spieth plays the same Vokey SM6 wedges golfers can currently buy in stores with one exception; Spieth's wedges have a raw finish -- technically no finish...

They’re the best performing clubs the company has ever made. Golfers are used to hearing that, but not this. You won’t see Titleist’s new...

Pros: A new, progressive CG design helps the low-lofted wedges fly a few yards farther, and improves the feel of the high-lofted wedges while boosting consistency....

Golf ball performance means different things to different golfers, which is why Titleist currently offers six different kinds of golf balls at four different price...

Vokey SM6 wedges use what’s called a Progressive Center of Gravity, a weighting strategy that positions each wedge’s center of gravity (CG) in a...

When it comes to irons, Titleist is historically known for tour-inspired models such its MB, CB and AP2 irons. With its 716 iron launch, however,...

Coming soon, Vokey SM6 wedges. We spotted the yet-to-be-announced successors to the SM5 wedges on the range at the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open at TPC Summerlin in...

Pros: Golf's golden standard for distance, consistency and short-game spin. Both the Pro V1 and Pro V1x are softer than previous generations, offering more...

Pros: Their hollow-bodied, multi-material chassis bares an uncanny resemblance to the shape of the 716 MB irons that most golfers wish they could play, yet offers a...

Pros: The addition of tungsten to the design of the 716 CB irons makes the long and mid irons noticeably easier to hit, without compromising...

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...

Pros: The 716 AP2 irons retain the looks, forged feel and flight characteristics of Titleist's previous model, while adding 25 percent more tungsten to their design to improve...

Pros: A serious distance upgrade. The 716 AP1 irons have thin, unsupported club faces that make them a challenger in the distance category. The...

Titleist’s DT golf balls have had a following with golfers for decades, going back to the 1940s when DT stood for “Dynamite Thread.” There’s...

Along with the new T-MB 716 irons, we also spotted Titleist's new AP1 and AP2 716 irons on the range at the Quicken Loans...

We spotted Titleist's new T-MB 716 irons on the range at the Quicken Loans National on Monday. We'll update the story with more information...

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...

Here's Titleist's yet-to-be-released 915D4 driver, which we photographed on the range at the Honda Classic where it was being tested by Titleist player John Peterson. According to...

Pros: The 915F and 915Fd are longer and lower spinning than their predecessors. Titleist leads the way in loft, lie and face angle options, and offers...