Irons 2018: Cleveland Launcher CBX

Cleveland Golf’s Launcher CBX irons are back with powerful technologies that help avid golfers experience faster ball speeds, more distance, and added control. Optimized for dedicated golfers who prefer forgiving clubs that launch the ball high and straight. Since 1979, Cleveland Golf equipment has brought industry-leading performance to professional and amateur golfers alike. In keeping Read more…

Hybrids 2018: Callaway Rogue

Callaway’s new Rogue hybrids introduce new technologies that riff off the driver and fairway metal lines, with a few design twists of their own. The new line of hybrids includes the Rogue and Rogue X Hybrids, the first ever to incorporate Jailbreak distance technology first introduced last year in the Company’s Great Big Bertha Epic Read more…

Irons 2018: Callaway Rogue

Callaway’s new Rogue irons introduce new technologies that riff off the Rogue driver and fairway metal lines, with a few design twists of their own. The new line of irons includes Rogue, Rogue Pro, Rogue X and Rogue Women’s Irons, all designed to extract maximum performance from a multi-material construction. They are led by Callaway’s Read more…

Irons 2018: Ping G700

In the Ping G700 iron, engineers put a high priority on creating an iron that offers power and forgiveness by leveraging the advantages of a hollow-body design and a thin, maraging steel face, creating PING’s longest, highest-flying iron to date. “The desire for golfers to hit their irons farther continues to grow,” said Ping’s John Read more…

Irons 2018: TaylorMade M3 and M4

TaylorMade’s M3 and M4 irons each feature what the company calls “RIBCOR’’ technology that provides a new internal support system designed specifically to work with TaylorMade’s “Face Slot Technology’’ to achieve increased ballspeed across the entire face. TaylorMade says RIBCOR technology works in conjunction with Face Slots to stiffen the area outside the scoreline area Read more…

Hybrids 2018: Tour Edge Exotics CBX

Tour Edge is adding three new lofts to its popular Exotics CBX Hybrid line — 17, 19 and 22 degrees, giving it six altogether. Six different loft options makes the Exotics CBX the most extensive hybrid line available, with more lofts available than any other manufacturer that has hybrids in play on the professional tours. Several players Read more…

Irons 2018: Wilson Staff C300

wilson staff c300 forged irons

Long known for its outstanding iron sets, Wilson Golf has announced two new sets of Staff C300 irons, including a forged set. Both are designed to deliver greater distance and superior feel. Wilson Labs engineered these irons for the crossover player whom Wilson defines as a mid-to-high handicap player seeking distance and accuracy, but in Read more…

How To Develop Great Golf Footwork

Put Your Swing On The Block For Power

So, just how do you develop the most efficient power sources in a golf swing? It takes coordination between the backswing and forward swing, of course, and that takes great golf footwork. I’ve come up with a simple and straightforward training system to do just that, and the only tool you need (besides your clubs and Read more…

Drivers 2018: Wilson C300

wilson c300 driver 2018

The new Wilson C300 driver metals woods are the company’s first line with Power Hole technology blended with a cutting-edge head design to create the new Wilson Staff C300 family of performance metalwoods. “This is the first execution of our award-winning patented Power Holes iron technology in the metalwoods category,” said Jon Pergande, Global Innovation Manger Read more…

Tour Edge HL3: Affordable Quality Through The Bag

In one of the most exciting golf club launches of 2018, the Tour Edge HL3 features a complete lineup from driver to wedge, all designed to fill a niche as the best pound-for-pound technology and performance at a mid-tier price point. The HL3 driver comes in two different configurations– a straight version and an offset Read more…