April 4th, 2013 | by Darren Caster
One thing that was immediately apparent with the G25: it was easy to hit the ball straight. This driver launches the ball with very low spin compared to other drivers that I have hit. Less spin and good trajectory translate into good distance and roll
April 3rd, 2013 | by Rory Anderson
Measuring 7,435 yards from the championship markers, Augusta is the seventh-longest course the pros will play this year and, with danger lurking at every turn, as well as notoriously quick greens, it represents one of the best challenges Tiger, Rory and co. face each and every year.
March 28th, 2013 | by Andrew Wagner
I have always thought of Titleist being some of the most workable and accurate clubs out there and these wedges are no exception. I was very pleased with the control I had with these clubs.
March 27th, 2013 | by Ryan Heiman
The most adjustable driver you can buy is the new Taylormade R1 Driver. The combinations are endless: The R1 has adjustable weights, sole plate and loft; add to that the ability to switch out shafts, and it is mind-numbing how many tweaks can be made to this driver in order to get the best numbers.
March 25th, 2013 | by John Simon
For the past few seasons, the golf industry really has started to pay attention to fairway woods. Drivers have pretty much peaked as far as how much distance can be gained by technology alone. Adams and TaylorMade have released fairway woods that feature a slot
March 22nd, 2013 | by Darren Caster
At first glance, the Cobra AMP Cell is a good-looking iron. Cobra has added several color options to the Amp Cell line by way of an aluminum and thermoplastic cavity badge that also serves to dampen vibration. Add this to the polished stainless steel body and you get a package that adds some bling to your bag.
March 20th, 2013 | by Ernie Rose
The ball does go far in Colorado, but the 260-yard 8th hole at Cherry Hills is still a serious par-3. Donald hit his tee shot into the bunker and left himself about a 40-yard bunker shot to the pin. As most top players know, this is a tough shot; what made it tougher was a slight lip that Donald had to get over, taking his pitching wedge out of play and forcing him to use his 60-degree.
March 15th, 2013 | by Tim Good
If you haven’t played much this winter, or if you’re one of those unlucky ones who hasn’t played since late last summer, then the last thing you want to do once the weather warms up is head right out to the range and pound a large bucket of balls. As much as you might be itching to get back into the mix, PGA Professional Tom Good in San Jose, Calif., suggests that you ease your way back into things
March 14th, 2013 | by Andrew Wagner
As a current player of Mizuno wedges, I’d heard some of the hype around the new Mizuno MP-T4 wedges and [&hellip
March 14th, 2013 | by 2nd Swing
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