Titleist Unveils New 917 Drivers & Fairway Metals

Tour-Proven Models Deliver Maximum Distance, Adjustability

The new Titleist 917 drivers and fairway metals for 2016 look to build upon the original D1 models’s standards for complete performance off the tee and on long approaches, providing maximum distance and forgiveness with precise adjustability to benefit dedicated golfers at every level of the game. Titleist 917D2 and 917D3 driver models, engineered with Read more…

Fairway Woods Join Air Force One Golf Crew

Air Force One Fairway Woods

  PowerBilt has made headlines with its Air Force One driver, and now it has unveiled its new Air Foil fairway woods. Offered in a 15-degree 3-wood and 19-degree 5-wood, the Air Foil features technology that helps shots get airborne quickly and easily. Because fairway woods generally sport a shallower clubface, their trampoline effect is Read more…

We Tried It: TaylorMade Rocketballz Fairway Woods

TaylorMade Rocketballz Fairway Woods

As if you haven’t heard of these clubs yet (how could you not?), the new RocketBallz (RBZ) line from TaylorMade promises big distance, especially in the new fairway woods.

We Tried It

Titleist 910 Series

Late last year, Titleist introduced its next generation of woods, called the 910 series.

We Tried It 2010

Fresh New Callaway Sticks

Featuring a radical triangular design (buh-bye square), this driver is dubbed by Callaway as the company’s longest and straightest driver ever.

The Replacements

No longer considered a novelty, the hybrid club has developed a new reputation as the go-to shotmaker from the fairway, the rough and, believe it or not, around the green.

If you’re supposed to hit down on the ball with your irons and slightly up on the ball with your woods, what in the world do you do with a hybrid club?