April

  • Golf Bags Of The Year

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Thursday, 30 April 2009

    Latest standbags from major golf brands combine style and function...    Mizuno Aerolite     £100.00 Lightweight bag that features a patented organiser top cuff, easy-access water bottle storage and velcro glove pad. Contact: www.mizunoeurope.com   Titleist X96 £115.00 Available in a number of colours, the X96 boasts four point adjustable straps, an integrated stand and rubber feet. Contact: www.titleist.co.uk   Cleveland Tour £149.00 Price: £149 Contact: 01252 761300 Website: www.clevelandgolf.comColour Options: White/Red/Navy only   Ping Freestyle £99.00 Lightweight...

  • Nikon unveil new rangefinders

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, TG Equipment Editor on Tuesday, 28 April 2009

    Nikon are one of the main players in the world of rangefinders - and they've just announced the launch of two new beauties to help improve your game. The Nikon Rangefinder Laser 550AS means golfers can now measure horizontal distance as well as the degree of incline or decline between themselves and the ball or the pin, which should make it...

  • Kelly's bargain putter gets the job done

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, TG Equipment Editor on Tuesday, 28 April 2009

    You may think that the world's top professionals use all the latest, greatest and most expensive equipment in their quest for Tour titles - but not Jerry Kelly. The American finished on 14 under par to win this year's Zurich Classic in New Orleans - his first title since 2002. And what's more, he was using a Cleveland Classic putter which...

  • TM What Gear products

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Tuesday, 28 April 2009

    Make sure you check out some of the latest golf equipment to come from TaylorMade. Since Today's Golfer released the What Gear magazine and online e-mag, there have been some awesome new luanches. TaylorMade has got the following golf equipment on offer in 2009. DRIVERS R9 TP Driver, £399 (RRP). What sets the R9™ driver apart from all other drivers is that it incorporates...

  • 2009 Wedges Test

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Tuesday, 28 April 2009

    With the right wedge your scorecard could look a whole lot better. We’ve tested 20 new offerings so that you can get the best one for your game! KEY TO TECH PANELS SPIN: Measured in rpm, a good level is between 5,500-8,000rpm. CARRY: The average distance the club was hit. LAUNCH: The angle the ball was launched at - around 35˚ indicates...

  • Get Your FREE Golf Glove Today

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Thursday, 23 April 2009

    Today’s Golfer has teamed up with AffordableGolf.co.uk to give EVERY reader a FREE Wilson Dry glove. The new Wilson glove, worth £7.99, uses Microfibre technology for soft feel and enhanced durability. It has a synthetic palm patch and uses DuPoint lycra that increases comfort and removes moisture – and it is FREE* to you! Established 12 years ago, Affordable Golf is one of...

  • British And Irish Lions Merchandise From Premier Licensing

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Thursday, 23 April 2009

    To coincide with the announcement of the British and Irish Lions squad for the tour of South Africa this summer, Premier Licensing, the number one supplier of licensed golf accessories in Europe, has launched a range of official British and Irish Lions golf accessories. Available now at all leading golf retailers, the comprehensive consists of everything any golfing Lions fan...

  • ProStance Set To Revolutionise The Way Golf Is Taught

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Tuesday, 21 April 2009

    ProStance, the must-have tool for any golfer wanting to improve their game, is set to revolutionise the way golf is taught. Still relatively new to the market, ProStance has been the result of three years of research and development with professionals and amateurs alike. In fact, its the professional game who cannot get hold of the product fast enough. Over 70...

  • Golf Pride Is Top Grip Choice at 2009 Masters

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Thursday, 16 April 2009

    Eaton Corporation, manufacturers of Golf Pride® grips, the world’s No. 1 grip announced today that according to authoritative Darrell Survey results, the majority of players in the 2009 Masters Golf Tournament depended on Golf Pride® grips to play their best.  More than 80 percent of the players in the field (77 of 96) used Golf Pride grips to compete in...

  • PING Salutes Angel Cabrera

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Thursday, 16 April 2009

    April 14, 2009; Phoenix Arizona:  PING pro Angel Cabrera relied on 14 PING®  clubs, including a recently released Tour-W® TS (Thin Sole) 60° wedge, while winning The Masters in a two-hole playoff at the famed Augusta National Golf Club. For the 39-year-old native of Argentina, it was his second major win in less than two years. In 2007, Cabrera captured...

  • Sam Little signs up for Pringle

    Written by TG Features Writer on Wednesday, 15 April 2009

    European Tour pro Sam Little will be wearing Pringle's latest clothing collection in 2009. The Englishman joins the likes of Nick Faldo, Arnold Palmer, Tony Jacklin and Colin Montgomerie who've all worn Pringle in the past. He recorded a pair of top ten finishes in 2008 at the Bank Austria Golf Open and the Inteco Russian Open Golf Championship. The new spring/summer range...

  • Classic Cabrera a hit for FootJoy

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, TG Equipment Editor on Tuesday, 14 April 2009

    The vast majority of you will have seen Angel Cabrera strutt his stuff en route to the Green Jacket on Sunday evening at Augusta - but what exactly was he strutting in? The amiable Argentine was one of the whopping 52% in the Augusta field wearing FootJoy shoes, with Cabrera opting for the ultra-cool FootJoy Classics. As a result of Cabrera's victory, the 39-year-old rocketed...

  • Masters 2009 Gear Battle

    Written by TG Editor on Sunday, 12 April 2009

    TaylorMade and Ping will be locked in battle as the final pairing tees off at Augusta National. A Masters win would mean a lot to both manufacturers worldwide and could give a boost to club sales. Kenny Perry plays TaylorMade equipment... In his bag: DRIVER: R9 TP 9.5 degree FARIWAYS: Burner TP IRONS: R7 3-PW WEDGES: Z TP 56 degree and 64 degree BALL: Titleist Pro V1x SHOES: Adidas...

  • Softspikes launches new Adjustable Cleat!

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, TG Equipment Editor on Thursday, 9 April 2009

    You've heard of adjustable clubs, but what about adjustable golf spikes? Yep, Softspikes have now launched the first ever "self-adjusting" golf cleat. The Black Widow Tour enables golfers to customise their cleats according to swing, balance and weight distribution without compromising on traction and comfort. Highlighted by eight traction elements, including four flexible legs that provide great grip on any surface, the cleat...

  • Waring links up with Bunker Mentality

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, TG Equipment Editor on Wednesday, 8 April 2009

    If you read Today's Golfer regularly, you may have seen one of our TG Top 12 professionals Dan Frost kitted out in Bunker Mentality gear - and now the fashionable brand has snapped up European Tour pro Paul Waring. The 24-year-old, who won the English Amateur Championship back in 2005, will wear Bunker gear this season and Robert Hart from the...

  • Ping Collection reveal new Spring/Summer look!

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, TG Equipmemt Editor on Wednesday, 8 April 2009

    Ping have been making top quality clubs since Adam was a lad, but you may not be aware that there are some pretty hip-happening rags from Ping Collection too - and the latest Gold Collection is no exception! This refined, urban style, inspired by the champions Gold Putter vault at Ping HQ in Phoenix, has been designed for the passionate player who wants to...

  • Masters 2009 Golf News

    Tuesday, 7 April 2009

    Padraig Harrington is chasing his third consecutive Major title... but he is trying out some new drivers as he prepares for battle. Harrington said he has been tinkering with his swing in the winter months and now needs a driver with more loft. Last week, at the Houston PGA Tour event he went up to 10 degrees... but went into the...

  • Apr2 Callaway

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, TG Equipment Editor on Thursday, 2 April 2009

    If you ever wondered what went on inside the magic world of a manufacturer's Tour truck, then now is your chance to find out! Callaway Golf will be bringing their 28-tonne monster to three different venues in April to offer golfers a unique insight into life as a Tour player - in the same way a Touring Pro will be fitted and...