In case you haven't noticed, Keegan Bradley is crushing the ball this year. In case you haven't noticed,...
We live—and play golf—in a high-tech world.
The latest in golf equipment, instruction, training aids, apparel & more.
The latest in wedges and putters.
One of the best perks that comes from being an equipment editor is having the chance to test and try different pieces of equipment.
In an effort to help golfers like you and me find the perfect trajectory for our tee shots, virtually every major equipment manufacturer has hopped aboard the adjustability bandwagon. ...
Now Playing: Dead Aim Putter, Srixon Q-Star, Taylormade Lethal
Now Playing: Cleveland RTX Wedges, Taylormade R1 & Ping G25 Irons
In this section, we highlight a number of this year's best comfortable shoes.
Again, this year has a slew of new offerings, including a variety of new styles, colors, shapes and materials to choose from.
Even after years of preaching it in the pages of Golf Tips, it seems many golfers still ignore the most critical component of the golf club.
2013 looks to keep going where 2012 left off, as far as golf balls are concerned.
This year's models are as varied as ever, with blades, mallets and everything in between.
The latest in wedges is a mixed bag.
The irons in your bag deserve some proper attention this year.
Woods are still a popular category, much like what we saw in 2012.
If you thought color was just a passing fad, think again. It's back in 2013, in greater varieties than before.
In case you haven't noticed, there has been a mini-renaissance occurring among the professional players on Tour.
A good clubfitting session should always entail some kind of instruction.
It's pretty cool to be a putter these days. It's pretty cool to be a putter these days. Anything goes when it comes to...
Is there any piece of equipment to which we pay less attention?
I bet if you stood 10 feet away from me, you could easily toss me a golf ball and wouldn't be short or long with your throw.
The latest crop of new fairway woods that are primed for more powerful shots are all the rage this year.
Reshafting irons is way less sexy than a driver, or this year, a 3-wood, as every golfer from Tour-caliber to your average player is searching for extra yardage off the tee.
As if you haven't heard of these clubs yet (how could you not?), the new RocketBallz (RBZ) line from TaylorMade promises big distance, especially in the new fairway woods.
A typical 6-iron has a loft of 30°, which places it between your pitching wedge (48°) and driver (approximately 9°).