We live—and play golf—in a high-tech world.
If you thought color was just a passing fad, think again. It's back in 2013, in greater varieties than before.
There's no doubt that getting the right shaft for each of your clubs can make a world of difference in your ballflight. ...
How did Winn start? How has the company's mission changed over the years?
Forged, huh? We've seen quite a few new forged wedges, not just from Cleveland, but from other companies, as well. What sets yours apart from the crowd?
What is your flagship product (or product line) this year? How is it different from/better than anything we've seen from PING before?
A majority of the strokes you take in a round are inside 100 yards, so it makes sense to have a club for all situations.
What's your take on the state of the equipment industry right now?
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When it comes to playing your best golf, better iron play is the key to making the most out of longer drives and setting yourself up for shorter putts.
This year’s golf shoe offerings are a diverse bunch, to say the least. From street-wear shoes that bring to mind skate culture, to spikeless shoes that piggyback the barefoot-running trend, 2011 may well be remembered as the year that golf shoes r...
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.
By now, you probably carry at least two fairway woods and a hybrid in your bag. Some golfers carry more hybrids or even swap out their irons with iron-woods.
Knock it stiff, then knock it in. Sounds easy, but it’s not. Find the flatstick that will make it easier for you.
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).
No matter how good you get at this finicky game, on occasion, the golf course will win, and you’ll find yourself in the deep rough, off the green, in the sand or worse.
Probably the most unsung and underrated component, the grip is actually the most important feature of any club.
Want to know the fastest way to improve your game? Replace all those stock shafts with a top-of-the-line graphite or steel offering.
While it’s true that most of your playing time is spent sizing up a shot and hitting it, to become a better player, you need more than just the latest clubs, shafts and balls.
Want to know the fastest way to improve your game? Replace all those stock shafts with a top-of-the-line graphite or steel offering. ...
Considering the grip is the only area that connects you with the golf club, not to mention with the golf ball for the matter, it’s a wonder so many golfers overlook this critical component.
Wedge technology hasn’t exactly been at the forefront of our minds in recent years.
Looking to drain a few more putts this year? We don’t blame you; and deciding to buy a new flatstick this year isn’t such a bad idea. ...
Looking to finally reach that long par-5 in two? How about actually hitting the green from 200 yards away, in the rough? ...
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...