Hot Shafts And Grips The latest offerings will help you build a better game Looking to recharge your golf clubs this off-season? Two of the quickest ways to add more horsepower to your clubs is to start fresh with some new grips and shafts.
Sneak Peak 2012 New Gear Is Almost Here With the success of TaylorMade's white R11 and Burner drivers, it only makes sense that we'll see more of the color in 2012—and not just on clubheads.
Equipment Q&A Five questions with Cobra Puma Golf’s president Bob Philion and vice president of research & development Tom Preece PUMA has given us creative freedom, and it's evident in our new products. Colorful grips and designs complement the technology in each new offering
20 Yards More! A new home gym promises that you'll hit the ball farther...a lot farther Hate the gym? So do we.
Talkin' Shafts What's new in shaft technology With the proliferation of golf shafts, both in composite and steel, there's never been a better time to let shaft companies speak their mind.
July-August 2011 The latest in golf equipment, instruction, training aids, apparel & more
Dangerous Distance Cobra's lineup is a knockout Cobra Golf has finally found its rightful nesting place in today's golf market: right smack-dab in the middle.
Five Questions With Mark King CEO & President, TaylorMade-Adidas Golf We don't know at this point if our new R11 and Burner SuperFast 2.0 metalwoods have encouraged people to take up golf.
Objective Clubfitting Get fit for the right sticks These days, it's hard to go anywhere without being subjected to some form of advertising.
Five Questions With Dave Schnider President Fujikura Golf Shafts There are many misconceptions about golf shafts but the biggest misconception about shafts are that golfers feel they can match a swing speed to a flex.
Trending Now Spikeless Golf Shoes Well, maybe the trend started last year, with Fred Couples wearing what looked more like skate shoes out on the PGA and Champions Tour.
We Tried It Titleist 910 Series Late last year, Titleist introduced its next generation of woods, called the 910 series.
June 2011 The latest in golf equipment, instruction, training aids, apparel & more Best Bets For Father’s Day
Polara Golf Balls If you're a recreational golfer who tends to find the rough more than the fairway, your fast track to straighter shots has arrived.
Trending Now Never Compromise Gambler Series In case you haven’t noticed, the premium putter market is red hot.
Cool, Calm & Colored The latest colored golf balls Here’s a trivia question for you. Who was the first player to win a PGA Tournament with a colored golf ball?
Fit To Drive You have the options to get fitted for a driver. Here’s how to go about it Your driver sets the tone for the rest of your game.
Equipment Q&A Five questions with Jake Schmidt of Plop Golf I founded the company in 1990 and named it PLOP, an acronym for “Physical Laws Of Putting.” PLOP originated with the design of its innovative, perfectly balanced, center-shafted, brass blade putter.
May 2011 The latest in golf equipment, instruction, training aids, apparel & more The V Harness ($150) fits securely around your shoulders, back and chest, and, as its promoters say, it actually forces you to swing with correct fundamentals. How?
2011 Buyer's Guide Drivers Absence of weight is the next big trend in drivers. Is it right for you? If you think about it, we’ve seen some extraordinary advances in driver technology in the last few years. And no, we aren’t talking the transitions we’ve made from wood to metal, or even metal to carbon.
2011 Buyer's Guide Woods Woods and hybrids are a breeze to hit By now, you probably carry at least two fairway woods and a hybrid in your bag. Some golfers carry more hybrids or even swap out their irons with iron-woods.
2011 Buyer's Guide Wedges The most versatile clubs in your bag No matter how good you get at this finicky game, on occasion, the golf course will win, and you’ll find yourself in the deep rough, off the green, in the sand or worse.
2011 Buyer's Guide Putters Find the flatstick that works for you Knock it stiff, then knock it in. Sounds easy, but it’s not. Find the flatstick that will make it easier for you.