Sneak Peek 2008

What?s great in 2008 can be yours right now!

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The year’s newest and best golf equipment is here! Whether it be a driver, iron, putter or anything in between, we’ve put together a list of some of the hottest new clubs. Check out a few of our top picks so far...

sneak peek Mizuno MP-600
Known mostly for its forged irons, Mizuno is poised to turn a lot of heads with the new MP-600 driver, thanks to an innovative Fast Track™ design that enables golfers to slide weights to various positions, depending on what type of ballflight they prefer. A slick feature indeed, but it’s the CORTECH face insert and no-nonsense design that proves the latest in technology can still have a classic look and feel. mizunousa.com

sneak peek Cleveland CG14
Built with Gelback technology and a set of grooves that can make any kind of ball spin, the new CG14 wedges feature an enhanced cavity and slightly more offset for improved trajectory control. Better players will fawn over this sharp (pun intended) new design, and the multiple bounce angles and loft configurations mean there’s a wedge in this line for everyone. clevelandgolf.com

- Black Pearl
- Chrome


sneak peek Callaway FT Irons
The high-end Callaway FT Irons are the next-gen of Fusion irons, replete with a shape desired by better players, a cradle that moves 80 percent of weight to the perimeter, a TPU Sensert and more features than we have room to cover! Take our word for it, these clubs are cool. callawaygolf.com



sneak peek Cobra L4V
Standing for “Limit 4 Variables,” this new driver from Cobra Golf has both a carbon sole and crown, which makes the tungsten back-weighting even more effective. Big, powerful and easy to hit, perhaps the best part of this driver is the stock Cobra/Mitsubishi Diamana Red Board graphite shaft. cobragolf.com


sneak peek Bridgestone E5+ & E6+
Revamped and recharged, the new e5+ and e6+ golf balls from Bridgestone are better than ever. The e5+ (shown) is, in our opinion, the best-feeling multilayer/Surlyn-covered ball ever made. Its performance holds up, too. The e6+ is an interesting take on a urethane-covered ball in that it’s a two-piece, designed for added spin. It delivers on a promise for more distance, carry and playability. Both balls have a nice price under $30/doz. bridgestonegolf.com

- E5+
- E6+





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