November

  • nov31 lynxirons

    Written by TG Equipment editor on Friday, 30 November 2007

    The new Lynx Black Cat Tour irons integrate the design of a traditional forged iron with the greater performance benefits and improved playability of a cavity back iron into one stunning set of irons. Individually forged from 8620 mild carbon steel, the Lynx Black Cat Tour irons provide an exceptional soft, yet solid, forged feel with an inner...

  • nov29 callaway blades

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Thursday, 29 November 2007

    Callaway Golf - a name synonymous with making ultra-forgiving irons - has taken a giant break from tradition by unveiling their first-ever set of blades. The prototype X-Muscle irons have already won on Tour in the hands of World Number Two Phil Mickelson. "It was a great opportunity to test the new Callaway golf equipment," Mickelson said. "I'm going to put the new golf irons into play in...

  • new nike tiger woods golf shoe

    Written by TG Staffwriter on Thursday, 22 November 2007

    Nike are reinventing one of golf's best shoes for 2008 to create the Nike Air Tour TW 8.5. The top of the range Nike Air Tour TW 8.5 shoe replaces the current 'Tiger Woods' footwear and features a host of new technology designed to keep you stable, warm and dry during your round. The £120 Nike Air Tour...

  • nov21 srixon wedge

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Wednesday, 21 November 2007

    Srixon has unveiled a brand new specialist wedge for 2008. It's called the Srixon WG-706 and was designed with the help of prominent US Tour pro Jim Furyk. The new Srixon WG-706 wedge has a carbon steel club head with a tour profile and special UV grooves that are designed to increase the spin on your touch shots. ...

  • new callaway x-forged wedges c-grind

    Written by TG Equipment editor on Monday, 19 November 2007

    Phil Mickelson has been working on a new wedge for 2008 alongside Callaway's top club designers and they've come up with this:the Callaway X Forged C-Grind. The top quality clubs are already proving popular on Tour as the world's top pros test them on the range and the new C-shaped sole design is winning lots of fans. The...

  • Callaway Hyper X first hit

    Written by TG Equipment editor on Friday, 16 November 2007

    Callaway lit up the driver market last year with the introduction of the world's first square offering and they've followed it with this beauty for 2008. The regular-shaped Callaway Hyper X driver has been designed with distance in mind and better players will love it, as we found when we handed it to Peterborough-based PGA Pro Dan Frost. ...

  • Driver world cup RD1 pt4 - callaway v nike

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Friday, 16 November 2007

    It's Driver World Cup time again and this week we're putting the Callaway Hyper X against the Nike Sumo 5900 driver. The two 2008 drivers form part of this year's knockout competition, which sees eight of next year's best drivers pitted against each other to find out which one is best. To help find out we have employed three golfers of varying...

  • Yonex Nanospeed I driver, irons cyberstar xc hybrid

    Written by TG Equipment editor on Wednesday, 14 November 2007

    Yonex's new driver - the Yonex Nanospeed i Driver - has been voted best new golf club of 2008 by industry experts. Incredibly the new Nanospeed beat off ALL its big brand rivals to claim the coveted prize at this year's annual Golf Europe show, in Munich, Germany. The new golf club features several new technologies, including a...

  • driver world cup rd1 pt3

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Friday, 9 November 2007

    It's Friday and that can only mean one thing  - it's Driver World Cup time again and this week we're putting the Wilson Spine driver against the Mizuno MP600. The two 2008 drivers form part of this year's knockout competition, which sees eight of next year's best drivers pitted against each other to find out which one is best.

  • nov1 ryderputter

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Thursday, 1 November 2007

    This putter could sell for £30,000 whenn it goes up for auction in the new year.   The putter was owned by Samuel Ryder, the man who gave his name to golf’s most famous competition, the Ryder Cup.   The putter is a Robert Forgan mallet-shaped putter from around 1910,. It's stamped with the initials ‘SR’ and is being sold with a signed letter from Joan Scarfe...