Equipment news

  • Mizuno reveal new ST200 Drivers and woods

    Tuesday, 21 January 2020

    Mizuno reveal new ST200 series, featuring three drivers and two fairways  Mizuno's new ST200 Series offers a choice of three different head designs, each with a Beta rich Titanium face and each offering a different ball flight. ◆ RRP: £349 - £399 ◆ Lofts: 9° - 10.5° Mizuno drivers had a breakthrough year in 2019. The ST190 drivers were fast, powerful and low...

  • First Look: Mizuno's new CLK Hybrid

    Tuesday, 21 January 2020

    Mizuno's new adjustable CLK hybrid has a new, stronger maraging steel face and five loft options ◆ RRP: £219 ◆ Available: February 2020 Mizuno say their new CLK Hybrid has been designed to offer golfers a versatile, high-performing connection between irons and fairway woods.  Ideal for transitioning from your longest iron to most lofted fairway wood, the CLK will be available with a...

  • Callaway launch new Chrome Soft and Chrome Soft x Golf Balls

    Monday, 20 January 2020

    First Look: Callaway's new Chrome Soft and Chrome Soft X Golf Balls Callaway's Chrome Soft ball has been a huge success, challenging once-dominant brands for pro shop sales. The original low compression Chrome Soft, launched in 2014, was really clever, giving club golfers a tour level ball that delivered the soft feel they desired. At the same time it only cost £34...

  • First Look: Ping reveal new Heppler Putter range

    Monday, 20 January 2020

    Ping have revealed their new Heppler Putter range, featuring nine models with solid-face technology through high-pressure aluminium casting. Employing high-pressure aluminium casting for the first time in the manufacturing of its putters, Ping have introduced their new Heppler putters; An eye-catching, nine-model family of blades and multi-material mid-mallets and mallets differentiated by solid- face technology and extremely high inertia properties. Ping Heppler...

  • FIRST LOOK: Ping unveil new G710 Irons

    Monday, 20 January 2020

    PING say their new G710 distance irons are their longest and most forgiving to date. Ping have revealed their new G710 irons, which boast a 5% higher MOI than the G700's, plasma-welded maraging steel face, machined face and grooves, tungsten toe and hosel weights and Arcoss Smart Grips. ◆ Availability: 4-PW, UW, SW ◆ Stock shaft: Ping AWT 2.0 (s), Ping Alta Distanza Black 40 (g) ...

  • Honma introduce new Tour Release range

    Sunday, 19 January 2020

    HONMA Golf say their new Tour Release product line is geared for competitive golfers looking for premium performance and uncompromising craftsmanship Engineered to deliver exceptional speed and Tour-level performance, clubs in Honma's new TR20 line – already in the bag of the Olympic Champion and US Open winner – include two holistically designed drivers and two sets of irons. Fairway woods, hybrids...

  • Odyssey reveal new Triple Track Putters

    Thursday, 16 January 2020

    The three alignment lines used on Callaway's balls make their way on to Odyssey's five new Triple Track Putters... Odyssey also extend the Stroke Lab Black Range ◆ RRP: £239-£269 ◆ Triple Track Head Shapes: Five: 2-Ball / 2-Ball Blade / Marxman / Ten (double bend or slant hosel) / Double Wide (double bend or flow neck) Brands often boast about how...

  • Garcia splits with Callaway, says deal 'wasn't the fit we thought it would be'

    Wednesday, 15 January 2020

    Could Sergio Garcia be moving to Ping? Callaway confirm split after two years as Spaniard says equipment deal 'wasn't the fit that we thought it would be' Sergio Garcia, who is making his first start of the year at the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship, appeared yesterday with a mixed bag that included PING Blueprint irons and TaylorMade's new SIM woods, rousing speculation...

  • Matt Wallace signs equipment deal with Callaway

    Wednesday, 15 January 2020

    Matt Wallace will be playing the new Mavrik Driver in Abu Dhabi this week after announcing he has signed an equipment deal with Callaway Matt Wallace will kick of his 2020 season in Abu Dhabi this week with a full bag of Callaway equipment after signing with the brand as a full Staff Professional. The 29-year-old, who is a four time winner...

  • Wilson reveal new DUO Soft+ and DUO Optix golf balls

    Tuesday, 14 January 2020

    Wilson's new DUO Soft+ golf ball replaces their DX2 model as the world's softest golf ball - and is joined by a new DUO Optix Wilson Golf has added supercharged Velociticor™ technology to the new Wilson Staff DUO Soft+ golf ball that replaces the original DX2 Soft version – making it the world’s softest and longest, 35 compression two-piece golf ball on...

  • First Look: Callaway Mavrik Irons

    Tuesday, 14 January 2020

    Callaway Mavrik Irons: Callaway's AI computer said 'put a different face in every iron'... so they did exactly that! The Flash Face in Callaway's 2019 Epic Flash driver was a big home run for the brand, so it's no surprise that Callaway want to build on the tech for 2020 and their Mavrik irons. Engineers realised the next big opportunity for artificial...

  • First Look: Callaway Mavrik Fairway Woods & Hybrids

    Tuesday, 14 January 2020

    Callaway's new Mavrik Fairways and Hybrids each have three versions to suit three different types of golfer If you haven't already noticed, there's one big trend in Callaway's new equipment launch this year – everything is coming in threes! Callaway have three Mavrik drivers and three Mavrik irons, so there's Mavrik hybrids and matching Mavrik fairways, too. Both fairways and hybrids have...

  • Callaway reveal new Mavrik Drivers

    Tuesday, 14 January 2020

    Callaway say their three new Mavrik, Mavrik Max and Mavrik Sub Zero driver models are more optimised to player traits than ever before It's no secret traditional driver designs compromise on either ball speed, aerodynamics or forgiveness, as maximising all three factors in a single head just isn't possible. When designers create low-spin drivers for higher swing speeds, there's a compromise...

  • TaylorMade reveal new Sim Max and Max OS Irons

    Friday, 10 January 2020

    TaylorMade reveal new SIM Max and SIM Max OS irons TaylorMade have added two new game improvement irons to their 2020 SIM line-up: The cavity-back SIM Max irons and the SIM Max OS - the strongest lofted iron the brand have ever produced.  TaylorMade’s SIM driver story maybe based around aerodynamics, drag reduction and aero efficiency, but improving airflow, when it comes...

  • Skechers Go Golf launches mens 2020 collection

    Friday, 10 January 2020

    Skechers have launched their mens range of Go Golf shoes for 2020, in addition to a new junior collection The Skechers GO GOLF footwear collection for 2020 combines award-winning Skechers Performance technologies and new designs to help golfers play and look their best whenever they step onto the golf course. The Skechers GO GOLF collection boasts innovative designs for men and women...

  • PXG reveal 0311 T, P and XP Gen3 irons

    Friday, 10 January 2020

    PXG have revealed three brand new iron models for 2020 - the PXG 0311 Gen3 T, P and XP - which all feature brand new Impact Reactor Technology (powered by a new DualCOR system) designed to improve ball speed and distance At a glance: PXG's new 0311 Gen3 irons • There are three new models: T – Tour, P –...

  • Eddie Pepperell signs multi-year equipment deal with Ping

    Thursday, 9 January 2020

    PING have signed European Tour player Eddie Pepperell on a multi-year agreement As part of the deal, the 28-year-old Englishman will compete wearing a PING hat and carry a PING staff bag. He’s currently playing 14 PING clubs, including a G410 Plus driver (9°), G410 5-wood (17.5° at 16°), i210 irons (3-PW), Glide Forged wedges (52°, 56°, 60°) and Custom PLD PrimeTyne...

  • Srixon launch third generation Q-Star Tour golf balls

    Wednesday, 8 January 2020

    Srixon's new third generation Q-STAR TOUR golf balls feature a FastLayer Core and a softer feel at impact Srixon have announced the launch of the third generation of their three-piece Q-STAR TOUR golf balls, which boast a new FastLayer Core, SeRM urethane cover and new stamping design to aid alignment. "The new Q-STAR TOUR is a tour caliber golf ball, delivering...

  • Wilson reveal new Tour level D7 Forged Irons

    Tuesday, 7 January 2020

    Wilson's new D7 Forged Irons feature power hole technology and a new club head design Wilson Golf are building on the success of its D7 range with the launch of their new D7 Forged irons - combining distance, looks and feel to create a pure players iron with with Tour level appeal for the 2020 season. Wilson has a hell of a...

  • TaylorMade reveal new SIM Drivers with asymmetrical sole design

    Written by Simon Daddow on Monday, 6 January 2020

    TaylorMade have revealed three new SIM drivers, featuring an 'asymmetrical' sole design to help provide more speed and forgiveness Moving on from the M-Series of the past five years, TaylorMade have now unveiled their new SIM (shape-in-motion) drivers, which put a greater focus on geometry in order to increase speed.  TaylorMade's new SIM, SIM Max and SIM Max D are all aimed at...

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