One of the best perks that comes from being an equipment editor is having the chance to test and try different pieces of equipment.
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2013 looks to keep going where 2012 left off, as far as golf balls are concerned.
Long-hitting fairway woods are popular this year, and Tour Edge has one of the longest. 1. Long-hitting fairway woods are popular this year, and Tour Edge has...
It's a new year, a new golf season, and if you read enough of this magazine, hopefully a new golf game that's better than ever. It's a new year, a new golf season, and if you read enough of this magazine, hopefully a new golf game...
Things are looking up at Bridgestone, with a handful of new SKUs for golfers to choose from.
The advancements in cover technology is the main reason for the improved durability.
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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.
If you're a recreational golfer who tends to find the rough more than the fairway, your fast track to straighter shots has arrived.
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This year, golf balls fall within a wide price range, from the highly affordable Top-Flite D2+ series ($16/dozen) to the premium Dixon Fire balls ($75/dozen).
With 16 models to choose from, Cleveland’s new Classic Collection ($79) offers something for everyone.
The year 2010 certainly didn’t disappoint when it came to great new stuff, as we witnessed a slew of new products and technologies that made a big difference in how the game is played.
If you’re like most avid golfers, you’re already looking ahead and wondering what cool gear is coming in 2011 to help you lower your index. ...
The new Bridgestone B330 and B330-S (yes, the 2011 models are new versions of both golf balls) are an amalgam of distance and spin designed for better players.
Use our guide to find the one that best matches your player profile. Put it into play, and enjoy the day.
In what could be the biggest surprise hit of 2010 (if not the last few years), the new Z-Star (and Z-Star X) Tour Yellow quickly has become one of the most coveted golf balls worldwide.
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 h...
Bridgestone has revamped its e-Series golf balls ($26/dozen). The two-piece e5 has a softer urethane cover and a reworked dimple pattern for a higher ballflight, while the three-piece e6 has a new inner layer that cuts sidespin for straighter, longer...