Golf Tips’ Tech Awards 2010
The Year's Best Golf Equipment
Labels: Shoes, GT Tech Awards, Training Aids, Equipment, Balls, Wedges, Irons, Woods, Putters, Clubs, Drivers, Blades, Hybrids, Fairway Woods
Outstanding Wedge Design Award:
Cleveland CG15 Wedge
With Zip Groove technology and a refined shape and finish that can be concocted only by the foremost experts in wedges, the CG15 wedges proved to be the complete package in terms of overall wedge design.
Radical Wedge Design Award:
Typically, wedges aren’t the recipients of most of the clubhead technology when it comes to new advances, but not the Tour-W wedges. They’re made with all sorts of great stuff, resulting in a fun-to-use wedge.
Top Wedge Craftsmanship Award:
Scratch Tour Customs
Forged in Japan but ground in the USA, you just can’t beat the customization and attention to detail when it comes to wedges.
Top Putter Craftsmanship Award:
Exquisite designs, details and customizable options make these top-notch.
Best New Face Technology Award:
Nike Method Putters
There was buzz about the Method Putters long before they were introduced, mostly due to the face design and material that promotes a swift, end-over-end roll. And yeah, it really works.
Mixed Metal Iron Design Award:
Titleist AP2 Irons
The AP2 irons combine the best of a forged iron with the benefits of having a heavier, tungsten sole insert. The result is heaven in your hands and a feel that’s second to none.
Power Irons Award:
TaylorMade Burner Irons
Trust us, they really are insanely long and easy to hit. We can’t imagine what next year’s Burner 2.0 will act like.
Top Forged Irons Award:
(Tie) Srixon Z-TX, Mizuno MP-58 and Callaway Diablo Forged
All three iron sets exude outstanding design, contouring and playability.
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