March 2010

The Latest in golf equipment, instruction, training aid, apparel and more

Bridgestone has revamped its e-Series golf balls ($26/dozen). The two-piece e5 has a softer urethane cover and a reworked dimple pattern for a higher ballflight, while the three-piece e6 has a new inner layer that cuts sidespin for straighter, longer hits.

November-December 2009

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From STX, the company that revolutionized lacrosse, comes the Envision TR ($199) putter. Designed by Bob Engman (a sculptor whose work is in MOMA’s permanent collection) the Envision TR features square angles and alignment lines to ensure golfers address the ball properly.

July-August 2009

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Four New Adjustable Drivers Nike’s Dymo STR8-FIT ($399) gives you eight different ballflight options (three open positions that minimize hooks, two neutral positions that optimize launch angle and three closed positions that minimize slices). It features a 460cc head and a UST Proforce AXIV Core shaft (in five flexes), and comes in either a square Read more…

June 2009

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Never Compromise’s new NCX-Ray putter line features one of the most radical faces we’ve ever seen. Not only does it boast a striking red dual-density insert, it also uses something called Suspended Face Technology (SFT). SFT features embedded ribs in a soft composite. The result? Reduced vibration at impact and just the right feel that Read more…

May 2009

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The latest in golf equipment, instruction, training aids, apparel & more Now Playing: TAYLORMADE R9 TaylorMade has a real knack for changing things up, and we mean that in a literal sense. In 2004, with the introduction of the r7, TaylorMade made it possible to adjust the weighting of a driver with a series of Read more…

March-April 2009

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Now Playing: Cleveland Niblick Who said you can’t have it all? The new Niblick ($110) from Cleveland Golf combines the playability of a wedge, putter, iron and hybrid—all in one. Dubbed “the original short-iron hybrid,” the Niblick is a useful tool for executing tough shots from around the green, including the rough, hardpan or sand. Read more…

November-December 2008

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Now Playing: Cleveland Launcher It’s back. It’s black. It’s bigger than ever. The new Cleveland Launcher ($299) has a face area that’s an amazing 21 percent bigger than the previous Launcher and Launcher Comp, meaning if you can’t hit it solid with this driver, you ought to try another sport. In addition, the Launcher has Read more…

August-September 2008

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Now Playing: Adams Insight XTD PRO Think square drivers were just a fad? Think again. Not only are they alive and well, but now they’re engineered for better players. Adams’ Insight XTD Pro ($349) features “Boxer Technology” that, like other square big sticks, moves weight away from the clubface for a higher MOI. But the Read more…

July 2008

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Now Playing: Tour Burner With its sleek black finish and stylized curves, TaylorMade’s new Tour Burner driver ($499) is golf’s next hot rod. Featuring Dual Crown technology, the Tour Burner has a small crown and a large sole that are conjoined by a large groove. The result is a high MOI and very low CG._Ê Read more…

June 2008

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Now Playing: HiBORE Hybrid With input from Tour professionals, Cleveland Golf’s new HiBORE XLS features a blunt-shaped toe for a more compact look at address. It also has some added offset that counteracts slices and enables the club to set up more like an iron. Other cool features include an updated crown section and two Read more…

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