October

  • WGC-HSBC Champions winner Hideki Matsuyama in the bag

    Written by Edward Colman on Monday, 31 October 2016

    Hideki Matsuyama of Japan became the first Asian winner of a World Golf Championships event after seeing off Henrik Stenson and Daniel Berger by seven shots in Shanghai, China. Rory McIlroy, using the TaylorMade M2 driver and 3 wood for the first time, was a shot further back tied for fourth with Bill Haas. Matsuyama carded rounds of 66, 65, 68 and 66...

  • Mizuno unveil JPX900 driver, fairway wood and hybrid

    Friday, 28 October 2016

    Mizuno have unveiled three new sets of irons and now a new range of JPX900 woods have followed suit to complete their line of new gear. Mizuno say the new JPX900 Series metal woods are set to deliver their fastest ever ball speeds via ingenious design features and maximum adjustability that optimises launch angle and spin rates and helps convert mph...

  • Demand prompts ETIQUS watch expansion

    Written by Edward Colman on Thursday, 27 October 2016

    ETIQUS, the British brand of patented, quality timepieces exclusively for golfers, has completed an expansion to its timepiece collections.  The move comes in response to the continued demand from individuals who are proud to be recognised as 'golfers' by a watch they wear. TOP STORIES GPS Watch Guide Choose the best golf ball for your game RoboGolfPro: The robot golf instruction tool Combining high quality components...

  • Ping Zero Gravity waterproof reader test

    Written by Simon Daddow on Wednesday, 26 October 2016

    Four Today's Golfer readers put the new Ping Zero Gravity waterproof jacket through its paces. Ping probably isn't the first name to spring to mind when you're looking to buy a new waterproof jacket. But its new Zero Gravity is the lightest waterproof jacket we've ever come across. So we put it to the test. The panel: Allan Smith (handicap 11), Dave Rimmer...

  • 21 things you didn’t know about Cobra’s One Length irons

    Written by Edward Colman on Thursday, 20 October 2016

    Cobra recently revealed the King Forged and King F7 One length irons and here are some of the finer details you might have missed. From changing head weights to playing flop and sand shots with One Length clubs here's what the team at Cobra told us. Why are One Length irons more consistent? Cobra say One Length irons are more consistent because every...

  • TaylorMade introduce TP putter collection with pure roll insert

    Written by Edward Colman on Tuesday, 18 October 2016

    TaylorMade have announced the release of the TP Collection, an entirely new line of six putters. The range is comprised of six distinct models, five of which feature a 303 stainless steel construction for solid feel and skim-milled machining for exacting contours. The TP Collection, will be landing in April 2017 and utilises new materials and new milling processes not only to...

  • The making of a PowaKaddy trolley in 12 numbers

    Written by Edward Colman on Tuesday, 18 October 2016

    In 1983, Joe Catford arrived at The Open at Royal Birkdale with something genuinely revolutionary. Looking back now, it can be kindly described as a rough prototype – but behind its clunky appearance was the first commercial electric trolley. It was essentially little more than some steel tubing, a motor and some wheels, but it was the first design of what we...

  • How to make your Taylor Made M1 driver more forgiving

    Written by Edward Colman on Tuesday, 18 October 2016

    If you own TaylorMade’s popular M1 driver, here's how to set it up for ultimate forgiveness... The M1 has two weight tracks featuring two sliding weights, so it makes perfect sense that if you combine both weights in the same track and position them at the back of the head, forgiveness has to be improved. MORE GEAR STORIES TaylorMade M1 Driver Review TaylorMade M1...

  • 5 of the best wet weather grips

    Friday, 14 October 2016

    Which grips are best in the rain? It's always worth taking the time to give your grips an overhaul. If a good scrub in soapy water and drying with a clean towel isn't enough to bring them back to life, a regrip is always a sound investment. And if you want a grip that's capable of performing in all weathers, here are five...

  • Aaron Baddeley signs PING equipment contract

    Written by Edward Colman on Thursday, 13 October 2016

    Four-time PGA Tour winner Aaron Baddeley has signed an agreement to play PING equipment. Baddeley will play his first event as a PING pro at this week's season-opening event, the Safeway Open and his most recent victory came in July with a PING G LS Tec driver and G 3-wood. The 35-year-old has earned more than $19 million in prize money and...

  • Cobra reveal King Forged and King F7 One Length irons

    Written by Simon Daddow on Tuesday, 11 October 2016

    Bryson DeChambeau burst onto the global golfing stage in April by competing at The Masters as an amateur. Since then he’s answered more questions than a dodgy tabloid journo at a phone hacking inquiry about his single length irons. Following Augusta the guy turned pro and looked for an equipment deal. Whilst other brands insisted he use their current irons Cobra...

  • ETIQUS launches new sport lady styles

    Written by Edward Colman on Thursday, 6 October 2016

    ETIQUS, the British brand of patented, quality timepieces exclusively for golfers, has increased the model choice in its Sport Lady collection with the addition of new styles. The new Sport Lady golf timepiece models feature leather straps in a variety of colours to offer stylish design and high quality products for the fashion conscious female golfer. Featuring the familiar subtle dimpled face...

  • Nikon release three new rangefinder models

    Written by Edward Colman on Thursday, 6 October 2016

    Nikon have today (Thursday October 6th) released three new innovative Laser Rangefinder models. The COOLSHOT 80i VR, COOLSHOT 80 VR and MONARCH 7i VR all employ an optical VR (Vibration Reduction) function. Nikon's Vibration Reduction system reduces vibrations of the image in the viewfinder caused by hand movement by approximately 4/5 or less, based on Nikon's measurement standards. With the subject in the...

  • dunhill LINKS unveils Autumn / Winter apparel collection

    Written by Michael Catling on Wednesday, 5 October 2016

    A new Autumn and Winter 2016 apparel collection has been unveiled by dunhill LINKS. The collection was revealed at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship in St. Andrews and features performance-driven design apparel for amateur and professional golfers alike. Incorporating the British brand's sophisticated design codes with modern technologies, the collection champions the best in luxury and the best in sport. Select professional and...