Buyers Guide 2017: Ping Glide 2.0 Wedges

The new Ping Glide 2.0 wedges leading to more precise short game performance from all conditions thanks to precision-milled faces with sharper groove edges than any previous Ping wedge model, dramatically increasing spin rates and trajectory control. An extremely precise wheel-cut milling process developed by PING’s engineering and manufacturing teams enables grooves with a sharper Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: Cobra King PUR Wedges

Cobra’s new wedges featuring a new raw, un-plated stainless steel finish for maximum spin, improved feel, versatility and precision around the greens. The Cobra KING PUR Wedges utilize Cobra’s patented Progressive Spin Technology in three specific sole grinds designed to cater to three very different types of wedge play and conditions. They constructed from Raw Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: Odyssey O-Works Putters

For over 20 years, Odyssey has set the standard for bringing new, industry-leading innovations to the golf market. The latest mission for their R&D department focused on the effect of the in-sert at impact, and the results have been nothing short of amazing. The new Odyssey O-Works Putters feature line of four models with Microhinge Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: Callaway Mack Daddy Forged Wedges

Roger Cleveland’s special talent for working with Tour pros and understanding the nuances of what they want in a wedge’s look, feel and performance is what makes him the industry’s preeminent master of wedge design. That, and his unparalleled knowledge of all that’s necessary to bring a wedge from initial concept to finished club is Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: Tour Edge EX10 Line

With the Tour Edge Exotics EX10 line of drivers, fairway metals and hybrids, the Chicago-based company again delivers what it has long leaned on as a clubmaker — what it calls its “material advantage.” The driver’s 460cc head features premium Japanese materials — a TSP 910 Beta Ti face plate and 8-1-1 Titanium chassis. The Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: Wilson D300 Irons

At the core of the Wilson D300 Irons innovation — what helps make them one of the most popular game-improvement iron lines in golf — is FLX FACE technology that minimizes contact points between the thin face and clubhead to generate greater speed and distance. Power Holes, literally through-holes surrounding the entire face, provide room for Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: Wilson FG Tour V6 Irons

Wilson Golf often doesn’t get the recognition as its larger competitors, but that doesn’t diminish its products, particularly its irons, which created quite the buzz at the PGA Show’s demo day earlier this year. The Wilson FG Tour V6 irons are testament to the company’s iron heritage with modern technology. Wilson says the V6 irons combines playability Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: TaylorMade Tour Proto Irons

TaylorMade’s P750 Tour Proto irons found their way into Jason Day’s bag and made their public debut at the PGA Show. The P750 Tour Proto irons are true forged blades, each with a shallow cavity, and made of 1025 carbon steel. Each iron is created using a new, multi-step forging process that culminates with a Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: TaylorMade M1 Irons

Complementing the reworked M2 irons are the all-new TaylorMade M1 irons, an entirely new line that completes the M family. The intention was to include the speed, forgiveness and play-ability of the M2 but deliver it to the player who prefers a slightly more compact look along with additional control and workability. A tungsten weighting Read more…

Buyers Guide 2017: Ping i200 Irons

Major advancements in the new Ping i200 irons make the face and cavity structure more dynamic to achieve faster ball speeds, a soft, powerful feel and unprecedented forgiveness for an iron of its size. PING engineers created a head design that provides precision distances with horizontal and vertical trajectory control while substantially increasing forgiveness. A Read more…

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