First Look: Titleist launch its new SM7 wedge

First Look: Titleist launch its new SM7 wedge

Titleist have launched its new SM7 wedge adding a new grind into the mix for 2018. The new SM7 Vokey design is aimed at improving the three key elements of wedge performance — versatility, spin rates and distance and trajectory control, along with more fitting...

Srixon reveals new third-generation AD333 Tour ball

Srixon reveals new third-generation AD333 Tour ball

The golf ball market is certainly a crowded space these days, especially the mid-priced bracket that sit just below the more expensive premium tour balls. Many brands have jumped on the “Tour” label bandwagon for their ball ranges that sit just below their most...

Titleist unveil the new Tour Soft golf ball

Titleist unveil the new Tour Soft golf ball

Titleist have launched its new Tour Soft golf ball that is replacing the NXT Tour and NXT Tour S in the company’s lineup for 2018. With Tour Soft which is a Two-piece ball with a surlyn cover , golfers know they are not getting every performance attribute that...

Ping reveal new Glide 2.0 Stealth Wedges for 2018

Ping reveal new Glide 2.0 Stealth Wedges for 2018

The Ping Glide 2.0 Stealth wedge has been revealed featuring a new glare reducing finish helping the head to appear more compact than the standard Glide 2.0 wedge. The Glide 2.0 Stealth wedges’ 8620 carbon steel head and precision-milled grooves deliver a softer feel...

Callaway unveil three Rogue driver models for 2018

Callaway unveil three Rogue driver models for 2018

You could not help but be impressed with Callaway last year, 2017 really was an Epic year for them. The enhanced distance they generated with the new Jailbreak design as well as the level of forgiveness, ball speed and playability were an instant success globally. Not...

FIRST LOOK – Callaway launch Mack Daddy 4 wedge

FIRST LOOK – Callaway launch Mack Daddy 4 wedge

Callaway has unveiled its Mack Daddy 4 Wedge line featuring an all-new proprietary Groove-In-Groove Technology. The Mack Daddy 4 line is the most rigorously tested and Tour-validated wedge family Callaway has ever produced, and represents the finest collaboration to...

FIRST LOOK: TaylorMade unveil M3 Hybrid

FIRST LOOK: TaylorMade unveil M3 Hybrid

The new M3 hybrid incorporates a moderate sized, Tour-proven and preferred shape first introduced by the ’17 M1 Rescue but with more moveable weight. This yearthere is a 30g track weight compared to 27 in last years M1. This coupled with a successful sole design will...

FIRST LOOK: Callaway launch X Forged UT Utility

FIRST LOOK: Callaway launch X Forged UT Utility

Callaway has today introduced the new X Forged UT Utility Clubs, boasting traditional long iron looks with modern Tour level performance and forgiveness. Sitting alongside the recently launched X Forged and Apex MB Iron ranges, these new UT Irons are primarily...

FIRST LOOK: TaylorMade launch new M3 irons

FIRST LOOK: TaylorMade launch new M3 irons

Its been a busy week for Taylormade Golf. On the back of the new metalwood launch we also have the new M3 and M4 irons. The replacement for last years M1 iron are the 2018 M3 irons designed to deliver more distance and forgiveness to players who want a compact head....

FIRST LOOK: TaylorMade unveil M3 & M4 Drivers

FIRST LOOK: TaylorMade unveil M3 & M4 Drivers

TaylorMade Golf are changing the face of driver technology with the unveiling of the new M3 & M4 Metalwoods for 2018. Every year a new driver model is released they have claims of more distance than the year before. In a bold move for 2018 TaylorMade are changing...

New softer Mizuno JPX ball with Micro Dimples

New softer Mizuno JPX ball with Micro Dimples

Following the success of its golf ball range over recent years, Mizuno is launching a new, softer, next-generation two-piece JPX golf ball that promises excellent all-round performance at a great price. Mizuno has long held an enviable industry- and tour-wide...

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Westwood urges golfers to repair pitch-marks this winter

Westwood urges golfers to repair pitch-marks this winter

Lee Westwood has taken to social media to tell golfers what they should already know – repair your pitch-marks, and more so than ever in Winter. With the winters winds blowing in, cooler temperatures mean golf course recovery takes much longer at this time of year. If...