The game isn't just about drivers, irons and putters. What you wear on the greens can make a huge difference in not only how comfortable you are, but also how powerful a swing you can make. Trust our golf shoe and accessory reviews to help you choose the equipment that best suits you.
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.
Hey, we understand your need to crush drives, drill your fairway woods and even muscle your iron shots, but don’t forget that even in long-drive competitions, the ball still needs to find the grid to rack up a good score.
This year's drivers are like the classics, but with modern engines
2010 is a great year to buy a new driver. Manufacturers have (with a few exceptions) returned to more traditionally shaped clubs, stock driver shafts are better than ever (though certainly not as high performing as a premium fitted one), and prices haven’t budged.
An insider’s look at some of the hot new stuff for 2010
The WORD from Nate Radcliffe, metalwoods development manager in Cleveland’s R&D division: The rules of the modern game govern energy transfer, stability and other key design variables, but historically the weight and balance point of the golf club have been governed more by available technologies than by the rule books.