July

  • Volvik launch first rangefinder

    Wednesday, 31 July 2019

    Volvik announce the launch of brand's first laser rangerfinder, the V1 Volvik might be far widely known for their multi-coloured golf balls - the official ball of hte World Long Drive Championships - but the brand have decided to branch out, in the form of launching their first ever laser rangefinder.  The V1 Rangefinder, say Volvik, is a multi-functional device to help amateur golfers...

  • Cleveland unveil new CBX 2 wedge

    Monday, 29 July 2019

    Cleveland's new CBX 2 wedge is a forged, cavity back design which combines tour-level spin with forgiveness to help the everyday golfer upgrade their short game. Featuring a hollow cavity design and a toe-biased center of gravity, Cleveland say their new CBX 2 wedge offers spin, control and plenty of forgiveness for golfers everywhere. The new CBX 2 wedge, which launch in the...

  • Mizuno reveal new MP-20 MB, MMC and HMB irons

    Tuesday, 16 July 2019

    Mizuno has made many great irons during its 113 years, but there’s one particular model that’s known among forged iron connoisseurs as the “father of the modern muscleback”. That’s the Mizuno TN-87, which was produced in the mid-late 1980s for Japanese legend Tommy Nakajima. Forged iron stickler Nick Faldo loved the shape of Nakajima’s irons, so his favourite blades were based on...

  • Callaway reveal new Epic Forged iron

    Tuesday, 16 July 2019

    Callaway unveil super premium new Epic Forged iron and say it's aimed at game improvers. There’s a real trend for brands to ramp up prices and create super expensive one off sets of premium or concept irons nowadays. It’s down to the likes of Callaway, TaylorMade, Titleist and Ping having watched PXG get a foothold with their premium forged irons. Callaway’s...

  • Ping unveil Glide 3.0 wedges

    Monday, 15 July 2019

    Ping wedges have a had a cult following with tour pros and amateurs for the last 30-plus years. The deep cavityback Eye2, with its flowing head shape, is definitely the most high profile, and amazingly still appears periodically today on Tour. But where Ping has tailored its modern wedges much more conventionally over recent years, other brands have started playing with progressive...

  • PING unveil next generation of women's custom-fit equipment with G Le2 range

    Monday, 1 July 2019

    PING have introduced their next generation of custom-fit women’s golf equipment, the G Le2 range, featuring lighter club weights and more fitting options Ping's brand new G Le2 equipment range continues the brand's commitment to helping female golfers by using premium materials and technology to create a lighter club that aims to help increase swing speed.  The latest range, which is available from...