Callaway Golf have announced their 2021 metalwood line-up, featuring three new Epic drivers which Callaway say are their most forgiving yet
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PING have introduced their new G425 Family, a complete set of custom fit, custom built clubs engineered for golfers of all skill levels
Three RADSPEED Drivers Feature Breakthrough Radial Weighting Technology that Delivers an Unprecedented Combination of Speed and Forgiveness for Golfers of all Skill Levels
Featuring a new face material and player-tuned aerodynamics, the new Titleist TSi drivers push the boundaries of speed through advanced engineering and material breakthroughs
With MAVRIK, Callaway’s R&D team advanced its ability to use Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) and Machine Learning to design wide-ranging performance features and technologies that have been incorporated across the entire MAVRIK line
There is a lot to love about the SIM fairway, from the sleeker looks to the better turf interaction by bringing back the iconic V Steel concept
TaylorMade has revealed its latest range of drivers just in time for the new season with its SIM family. Irish Golfer exclusively sat with Rory McIlroy to see what he will game for 2020
New F-Max Airspeed driver and fairway woods are Cobra’s lightest and most forgiving club line-up, designed for players with moderate swing speeds
FIRST LOOK – Cobra Golf has introduced its fastest, most technologically advanced driver family ever, and it’s hitting the shelves in January
Advancements in technology, lighter overall club weight, expanded fitting options and premium materials combine to make the new G Le2 family Ping’s highest performing women’s clubs to date
The new TS1 driver is designed for golfers who have a driver swing speed of approximately 85 mph and below, and are averaging about 220 yards or less off the tee. Don’t all jump at once!
PING has announced the expansion of its G410 driver family with the release of the G410 LST, a high-MOI driver engineered to produce low, stable spin with the shot-shaping control provided by the company’s innovative movable-weight technology.
Drawing on inspiration from the company’s first metalwoods, the new Mini Driver fits in your bag between the big stick and your fairway woods, providing another tee shot option for the modern generation.
Golfers seeking an ultra-low spin design driver with both speed and distance gains are in luck with Titleist’s new TS4 set to hit shelves from July 27th
World renowned for making serious irons, Mizuno has quietly been a pioneer of metal woods in golf industry. From the Ti100 (golf’s first mass-production titanium driver), the Masters winning T-ZOID, MP-001 with composite crown, and the MP-600 with sliding weights –...