Wedges 2018: Ben Hogan TK

ben hogan tk wedge

In keeping with its namesake legend’s ultra-accurate game, The Ben Hogan TK wedges were “Engineered for accuracy.  Forged for feel.” The wedges offer a unique V-Sole sole for excellent versatility from any lie. Wedges have to be the most precisely engineered clubs in your bag.  That’s why Hogan engineers designed their wedges independently of one Read more…

Wedges 2018: Cleveland RTX and CBX

cleveland rtx and cbx wedges

The Cleveland RTX and CBX help keep this world-renowned wedge builder at the front of the pack for 2018. When Cleveland announced its new cavity back CBX Wedge —designed for the 84 percent of golfers who play cavity back irons, according to their research — Golf Tips did an on-course comparison with the blade version Read more…

Wedges 2018: Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth

ping glide 2.0 stealth wedge

The Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth wedges’ 8620 carbon steel head and precision-milled grooves deliver a softer feel and higher-spinning shots for greater control. The tour-inspired Stealth finish, which yields less glare and makes the head appear smaller, is applied using a QPQ (Quench Polish Quench) process for added durability. This wedge fits the game and Read more…

Wedges 2018: TaylorMade Hi-Toe

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The new milled grind TaylorMade Hi-Toe wedge is designed to deliver optimal short-game control for a multitude of shots and conditions around the green. Featuring a higher, more centrally-located center of gravity, the new Hi-Toe wedge launches the golf ball lower while generating more spin and control from a variety of lies. The result, a Read more…

Wedges 2018: Titleist Vokey SM7

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Master Craftsman Bob Vokey and his pioneering R&D team continue to shape the future of wedge design with the introduction of the new Titleist Vokey Design Spin Milled 7 wedges. They provide all golfers the opportunity for a better, more confident short game through unmatched craftsmanship, technology and performance. Vokey’s prior generation SM6 models ushered in Read more…

Irons 2018: Ben Hogan PTx and Edge

With new ownership and a new marketing and sales gameplan in place — including demo, trade-up and factory direct distribution —  Ben Hogan remains committed to producing the best-performing and best-feeling golf equipment in the world. Says company spokesmen, “By eschewing the traditional golf equipment distribution model, the company minimizes costs and eliminates retail mark-up Read more…

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…

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