Equipment

Article: 2011 Buyer's Guide Drivers

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.

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Article: 2011 Buyer's Guide Woods

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.

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Article: 2011 Buyer's Guide Putters

Knock it stiff, then knock it in. Sounds easy, but it’s not. Find the flatstick that will make it easier for you.

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Article: 2011 Buyer's Guide Balls

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).

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Article: 2011 Buyer's Guide Wedges

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.

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Article: 2011 Buyer's Guide Grips

Probably the most unsung and underrated component, the grip is actually the most important feature of any club.

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Article: 2011 Buyer's Guide Shafts

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.

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Article: 2011 Buyer's Guide Accessories

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.

Article: Lightweight Quivers

Remember your first carry bag? Until recently, you pretty much had to choose between a multifunctional bag, with plenty of pockets and storage, or a lightweight bag with virtually no room but to store your clubs and a couple sleeves of golf balls....

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Article: White Is All Right

By now you’ve probably noticed that white is the new “it” color in golf. By now you’ve probably noticed that white...

Also labeled: Drivers, Putters, Woods

Article: All The Rage!

Finding new lightweight-yet-strong materials that improve product performance for golf clubs has long been a goal of manufacturers. ...

Article: We Tried It: Callaway RAZR & Diablo Octane Drivers

When Ely Callaway first introduced his Big Bertha Driver 20 years ago, the golfing world changed forever.

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Article: March 2011

With 16 models to choose from, Cleveland’s new Classic Collection ($79) offers something for everyone.

Article: Golf Tips’ Tech Awards 2010

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.

Article: Showcase: Hot New Sticks

When it comes to golf equipment innovations, PING has left an indelible mark during the last 40 years or so.

Also labeled: Clubs, Irons

Article: Sneak Peak 2011

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. ...

Article: We Tried It: Bridgestone B330 & B330-S

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.

Also labeled: Balls

Article: November-December 2010

Article: Fit To Be Tee'd

If a picture is worth a thousand words, what does two-angle video reveal?

Article: Power Fundamentals

Setting up with the ball in the right position is absolutely vital if you want to hit it big.

Article: You Par What You Eat

Beverage cart girls can be irresistible. They flirt, offer up snacks and cold drinks, and then let you get on with the round. ...

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Article: Never Lay Up!

Here I'm addressing the ball and making a swing with two different clubs, an 8-iron and a hybrid.

Article: Hybrid Basics

Hybrid clubs are incredibly useful, so long as you know how to swing one.

Article: We Tried It

The ZL (Zero Limits) Driver from Cobra is considered the most technologically advanced big stick from the company. How does it stack up? ...

Also labeled: Drivers, Hybrids, Irons

Article: June 2010

Article: 2010 Buyer's Guide Shafts

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. ...

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Article: 2010 Buyer's Guide Grips

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.

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Article: 2010 Buyer's Guide Wedges

Wedge technology hasn’t exactly been at the forefront of our minds in recent years.

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Article: 2010 Buyer's Guide Balls

Use our guide to find the one that best matches your player profile. Put it into play, and enjoy the day.

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Article: 2010 Buyer's Guide Putters

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. ...

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