2009

  • Makeover for Titleist AP1 and AP2 irons

    Written by David Connor, Equipment Editor on Tuesday, 6 October 2009

    Titleist have given their AP1 and AP2 irons a makeover for 2010 with improvements in feel, forgiveness and shot control. Both AP (advanced performance) irons are designed to provide performance without compromising on feel and feature a dual cavity design and multi-material construction. Changes to the Titleist AP1 irons include reducing the face thickness to move more weight around the head while the changes...

  • Titleist launch MB and CB irons

    Written by David Connor, Equipment Editor on Tuesday, 6 October 2009

    Titleist say they have gone back to their roots by launching two of the most traditional-looking iron sets on the market in their new MB and CB irons. Both irons are traditional in shape and playability and are aimed squarely at the better player who prefers an uncomplicated look. The Titleist MB irons, or Muscle Back, irons are already being used on tour...

  • Cobra launch new ZL Driver

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, TG Senior Equipment Editor on Thursday, 1 October 2009

    Cobra have launched their latest driver in the form of the new ZL, featuring Adjustable Flight Technology. The new ZL, which stands for Zero Limits, benefits from three face angle settings - open, neutral and closed - that allow players to tweak their driver to the ideal position for their shotshape and swing characteristics. The Cobra ZL driver features a titanium body and face...

  • New White Ice Putters launched by Odyssey

    Written by David Connor, Equipment Editor on Thursday, 1 October 2009

    Odyssey has just unveiled its newest range of putters - the stunning White Ice line. The new Odyssey White Ice range has been developed specifically to provide better feedback from today's softer golf balls with a slightly firmer White Ice insert. White Ice putters are already in the bags of a number of tour pros and they've been specifically designed using feedback...

  • Callaway unveil new X-Series Jaws wedges

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, TG Senior Equipment Editor on Thursday, 1 October 2009

    Callaway have been producing great wedges for a while now, and their latest offering in the form of the X-Series Jaws wedges. These new Callaway X-Series Jaws wedges have been inspired by the company's X-Prototype irons and the new X-Series Jaws wedges will feature the renowned Mack Daddy grooves. These grooves can only be sold until the end of next year but amateurs can...

  • New Yonex Nanospeed 3i irons revealed

    Written by David Connor, Equipment Editor on Thursday, 1 October 2009

    Yonex has launched its new Nanospeed 3i irons which feature three different types of head for ultimate performance throughout the head. The long irons feature a wide-sole design which resembles a hybrid shape for a high launch and more forgiveness, although these are also available in cavity back design for more accomplished players. The mid irons have a Carbon Composite cavity back...

  • New Yonex Nanospeed 3i Hybrid launched

    Written by David Connor, Equipment Editor on Thursday, 1 October 2009

    The new Yonex Nanospeed 3i Hybrid has been launched with the promise that it will maximise distance and accuracy from any lie. That’s a bold claim but Yonex say the lightweight carbon crown of the club allows more weight to be positioned lower and further back in the club head to deepen the centre of gravity allowing for a higher ball...

  • Revealed: Yonex Nanospeed 3i fairway woods

    Written by David Connor, Equipment Editor on Thursday, 1 October 2009

    The new Yonex Nanospeed 3i Fairway Woods are packed with the same technology as the new driver, which promises faster club head speeds, greater distances and more forgiveness on off centre hits. All of this combine to produce the longest and more forgiving Yonex fairway wood to date, according to the company. The technology includes the use of Elastic Titanium and Nano...

  • New Yonex Nanospeed 3i driver launched

    Written by David Connor, Equipment Editor on Thursday, 1 October 2009

    Yonex’s new Nanospeed 3i Driver has been launched with Isometric Face Technology and Dual Nanoscience shaft technology. What does that mean, you may ask? Well, according to Yonex it means greater impact speeds, greater distance and more forgiveness than ever before. Sounds good! Higher club head speeds are achieved by using Elastic Titanium and Nano Elastomer in the shaft while the Aero...

  • TaylorMade launch R9 irons

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, TG Senior Equipment Editor on Thursday, 1 October 2009

    Following on from their massive success with the R9 driver, TaylorMade have launched their new R9 irons. Like the company's Burner 09 irons, the long and mid-irons were designed separately from the short irons - this mean the long and the mid clubs are easier to hit and more forgiving, while the shorter ones make scoring the name of the game. And in...

  • Latest News From Golf Show

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, Senior Equipment Editor on Tuesday, 29 September 2009

    It's THAT time of year again - the European Golf Show has come and gone and for all you gear-mad golfers there are going to be some pretty impressive new additions hitting the stores in the next year. The TG Equipment Team has spoken to the biggest names in the industry over the last few days and we will be bringing...

  • Glenmuir renew partnership with International Pairs

    Written by TG Features Writer on Tuesday, 29 September 2009

    Prestigious golf clothing company Glenmuir has revived its relationship with International Pairs and agreed a deal to be the official supplier for the 2009 world final at Carnoustie from October 11-13. Competitors and staff at the tournament will receive a range of Glenmuir products branded with the International Pairs World Final logo, including a waterproof top, polo shirt and cap. The Scottish-based company last...

  • Go Planet Mars 100 GPS device launched

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Friday, 25 September 2009

    Go Planet Mars 100 is a new GPS unit which can store up to 100 courses and has access to 20,000 course maps from across the world. The GPS unit comes with a colour screen and gives distances to the front, middle and back of the green. It also allows you to measure accurately how far you have hit any particular shot. The...

  • Five new golf trolleys from Stowamatic

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Friday, 25 September 2009

    Stowamatic has launched a range of five new push/pull trolleys to suit a variety of budgets. The company, which is known for its high-quality electric trolleys, believe they can transfer that expertise to the push/pull trolley market. The flagship product in the new range is the Stowamatic Continental three-wheel trolley. Priced at £69.99 it features a lightweight aluminium frame, a parking footbrake, pneumatic...

  • Set up to hit great golf shots with new mat aid

    Written by TG Features Writer on Thursday, 24 September 2009

    It's virtually impossible have a good golf swing and low handicap if your set up isn't spot on and there's a new product on the market that's specifically designed to help you get it right. The one metre square Home Bay Indoor mat from Real Play demonstrates a square club face, correct ball position, correct hand position, squared shoulders, squared feet and...

  • Perfect your chipping with unique new mat

    Written by TG Features Writer on Thursday, 24 September 2009

    The ability to scramble well and save shots is integral if you want to save shots and lower your handicap and a new mat from Real Play. The one metre square mat demonstrates the optimum set up for a short chip, pitch and flop shot, including the club face, ball position, hand position, correct distance from the ball, shoulder position, varying stances and ideal...

  • FJ ICON Shoe

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, TG Senior Equipment Editor on Tuesday, 22 September 2009

    FootJoy has launched its latest shoe in the form of the FJ ICON - and it is already on the feet of the likes of McIlroy, Poulter and Villegas. The new range, which will debut in four patterns and nine styles, feature finely tailored upper designs, premium materials, performance-infused outsoles as well as a range of customisation options. In terms of technology...

  • Adams golf launches Idea Pro Black Hybrids

    Written by David Connor, TG Equipment Editor on Monday, 21 September 2009

    Adams golf is following up its stunning Idea Pro Black Irons with a brand new hybrid. The Idea Pro Black Hybrid features a sleek design and iron-like shape to appeal to the better players, while giving more versatility off the tee. The compact and workable club head features 25-grams of low and back weighting combined with a forward weight port that allows...

  • Deal of the week - Nike SQ Sumo 5000 driver for £80

    Written by David Connor, Equipment Editor on Friday, 18 September 2009

    TG's shop is the best place to compare online prices from a host of retailers to ensure you get the best deal for your new golf equipment. This week our top deal is for a men's Nike SQ Sumo 5000 driver for less than £80! The offer is available from Online Golf and represents a saving of 64 per cent on the...

  • Stuburt announce release of new Helium Tour shoe

    Written by David Connor, Equipment Editor on Friday, 18 September 2009

    Footwear and rainwear manufacturer Stuburt has released its latest offering for 2010 - the new Stuburt Helium Tour performance shoe. The company, which was founded in 1870, says the new shoe is the most technologically advanced they have ever produced following input from tour professionals. Ryder Cup players David Howell and Darren Clarke are both Stuburt ambassadors alongside European Tour player Peter Lawrie. The...

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