January

  • Srixon Q-Star Tour golf ball: Tour-level performance for amateur swing speeds

    Written by Rob Jerram on Wednesday, 26 January 2022

    Srixon Q-Star Tour golf ball gets a 2022 upgrade as it promises tour-level performance at a compression and price to suit amateur golfers’ swing speeds and budget. Now into its fourth generation, the three-piece Q-Star Tour is the brand’s softest golf ball that delivers tour-level performance. It is specifically calibrated to fit moderate swing speed players that want the distance and...

  • TaylorMade Spider GT putters are the most stable ever

    Written by Rob Jerram on Tuesday, 25 January 2022

    TaylorMade expands high MOI Spider putters family with all-new GT range using a new face for better roll and consistency. TaylorMade have revealed four new Spider putters for 2022 with the introduction of the GT, GT Notchback, GT Rollback and GT Splitback, which the brand say are the most stable Spiders ever. The Spider has done more than any other flatstick to...

  • adidas Tour360 22 golf shoe built around fit and traction

    Written by Rob Jerram on Monday, 24 January 2022

    Almost 20 years on from their original launch, adidas reveal new tech-packed Tour360 22 golf shoes, signalling a new era for fit and traction. The Tour360 shoe has long been a best-seller for adidas and is worn by everyone from Major champions to high-handicappers. 17 years after it first launched, adidas Golf delved into the brand’s archives before taking the Tour360 back to the...

  • Titleist unveil versatile, accurate and forgiving Vokey Design SM9 wedges

    Written by Rob Jerram on Monday, 24 January 2022

    Titleist reveal Vokey Design SM9 wedges – the most versatile, accurate and forgiving wedges that Vokey has ever created. Vokey wedges are the most played on the PGA Tour and that trend looks set to continue into 2022 with the new SM9. Titleist say the new model offers the “Ultimate in Optionality” thanks to its six grinds across 23 different models, ranging...

  • Wilson Triad: The golf ball that will help you break 80

    Written by Rob Jerram on Friday, 21 January 2022

    Wilson Triad is the brand’s most technologically advanced golf ball with the three-piece urethane model designed to help you break 80. Wilson’s have set a bold goal for their new Triad golf ball – to become the go-to model for club golfers who are striving to break 80. No, it’s not a magic ball and it doesn’t come with a remote control…...

  • Cobra King LTDx iron inspired by real-world golfer’s feedback

    Written by Rob Jerram on Wednesday, 19 January 2022

    Cobra King LTDx irons are better feeling, better sounding and more precise thanks to real-world golfer’s feedback. Cobra like to see themselves as innovators like no other, taking risks while other brands play it safe. RELATED: Tested – Best Irons In the last five years Cobra have brought golf the first one length iron, the first CNC Milled driver face, the first...

  • Cobra Golf King LTDx: New driver achieves a world first

    Written by Rob Jerram on Wednesday, 19 January 2022

    Cobra Golf reveal King LTDx family, including drivers with variable face thickness for exceptional ball speed. JUMP TO: LTDx Drivers | LTDx Fairways | LTDx Hybrids | LTDx Irons Cobra’s new family of golf clubs saw the brand ask real-world golfers what they wanted from the models. Unsurprisingly, the top three consumer desires from the drivers were more distance, more accuracy and better forgiveness. So Cobra’s...

  • New Titleist AVX golf ball is longer, softer and better around the greens

    Written by Rob Jerram on Wednesday, 19 January 2022

    Titleist’s AVX golf ball gets a new core, cover and dimple pattern for improved short game spin and control, more driver distance and an even softer feel. Originally launched in 2018 as their lowest flying, lowest spinning and softest feeling premium golf ball, this is the third iteration of Titleist’s low-compression AVX and sees the core, cover and aerodynamics re-engineered. RELATED: Srixon new...

  • Cleveland reveal Launcher XL family, including their most-forgiving driver

    Written by Rob Jerram on Tuesday, 18 January 2022

    Cleveland Golf reveal Launcher XL family, including most-forgiving driver and an all-new ‘Hy-Wood’ that brings fairway performance in a hybrid’s body. Cleveland’s new uber-forgiving Launcher XL driver more than lives up to its name. The three models –  XL, Lite and Lite Draw – are 6.7% longer front to back and feature an 11% increase in MOI compared to the previous...

  • Cleveland Golf unveil forgiving and fun XL and XL Halo irons

    Written by Rob Jerram on Tuesday, 18 January 2022

    Cleveland Golf’s new Launcher XL and Halo game-improvement irons are designed for a reliable flight, consistent control and to make the game more fun. Completing Cleveland’s new 2022 family, the Launcher XL and Launcher XL Halo irons feature the brand’s highest MOI ever, targeting golfers who want forgiveness and accuracy. RELATED: Best Mid-Handicap Irons The Launcher XL irons feature hollow-body long irons for distance...

  • Srixon reveal Z-Star Diamond golf ball

    Written by Rob Jerram on Tuesday, 18 January 2022

    Srixon reveal Z-Star Diamond Golf ball, which blends their best-selling premium models and is played by four-time Major champion Brooks Koepka. Working with their tour stars, including Koepka, Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama and 2019 Open Champion Shane Lowry, Srixon have expanded their superb Z-Star golf ball family to three models with the introduction of the new Diamond (read our full review, here). RELATED: What’s in Brooks Koepka’s...

  • FIRST LOOK: Mizuno ST-Z 220 and ST-X 220 drivers and metal woods

    Written by Rob Jerram on Friday, 14 January 2022

    Mizuno reveal ‘the next generation of stability’ with new ST-Z 220 and ST-X 220 drivers designed for exceptional consistency. This time last year Mizuno revealed the ST-Z and ST-X drivers, the result of a three-year project to put the brand back at the top of the golf driver speed, distance and forgiveness tree. It was a project that proved hugely successful, with...

  • FootJoy Fuel: Athletic golf shoe targets the modern player

    Written by Rob Jerram on Friday, 14 January 2022

    Is this FootJoy’s boldest ever shoe? Golf’s leading shoe brand reveal athletically-styled Fuel models, targeting the modern player. When you think of FootJoy, chances are that you picture the more traditional footwear the brand is most renowned for. While FJ have produced athletic golf shoes before, they have always been more synonymous with models such as 2021’s Premiere Series and Traditions...

  • Odyssey reveal beautiful new Toulon putters

    Written by Rob Jerram on Tuesday, 4 January 2022

    Odyssey reveal new eight-model line-up of premium milled Toulon putters for 2022.  Toulon Design putters are developed with an obsessive attention to detail, exacting precision, and Tour-proven performance. They’re meticulously crafted to be the best milled putters in the world. The new line-up sees Odyssey deliver a wide range of premium enhancements, from new head shapes with deep diamond groove face milling,...

  • TaylorMade Stealth iron: A new level of game-improvement

    Written by Rob Jerram on Tuesday, 4 January 2022

    TaylorMade Stealth iron pushes game-improvement iron limits and takes styling to a new level. Having cornered the player’s distance iron market with the beautiful and brilliant P790 iron, TaylorMade are now on a mission to reinvent cavity backs in a bid to lure more mid and high-handicap club golfers to the brand. RELATED: TaylorMade reveal carbon-fibre-faced Stealth drivers Cavity backs have been a...

  • Carbon story continues in TaylorMade Stealth fairways and hybrids

    Written by Rob Jerram on Tuesday, 4 January 2022

    Carbon crowns and new soles boost forgiveness in TaylorMade Stealth fairway woods and hybrids. The faces of fairway woods and hybrids and too small to benefit from the carbon fibre face you’ll find in the new Stealth drivers, but that doesn’t mean the carbon story ends with the big sticks. TaylorMade have developed a new carbon fibre crown, which frees up weight...

  • Tested: TaylorMade Stealth Drivers

    Written by Rob Jerram on Tuesday, 4 January 2022

    The dawn of the carbonwood… introducing TaylorMade’s Stealth driver as a new era begins for golf. Only a handful of golf drivers have ever truly changed the game – things like the first persimmon; TaylorMade’s first steel head in 1979; Callaway’s original Big Bertha; TaylorMade’s r7, the first movable weight driver. In 2022 TaylorMade believe Stealth will have the same game-changing...

  • Odyssey Eleven putters: Blade benefits in a forgiving mallet

    Written by Rob Jerram on Tuesday, 4 January 2022

    New Odyssey Eleven putters deliver all the forgiveness of a mallet and benefits of a blade in the brand’s most exciting shape ever. RRP £329 Models Eleven, Eleven Tour Lined, Eleven Triple Track Lengths 33″-35″ Stock Shaft Red Stroke Lab 3 Stock Grip Odyssey Pistol or OS On Sale February 18 Building on the success of the Ten, Odyssey say the Eleven is their first...

  • Callaway Chrome Soft golf balls get new core and cover for 2022

    Written by Rob Jerram on Tuesday, 4 January 2022

    Callaway reveal 2022 Chrome Soft, Chrome Soft X and Chrome Soft X LS golf balls with a new core and cover. When Jon Rahm signed for Callaway this time last year, there was no schedule to make a switch to their Chrome Soft golf ball. Yet he chose to put it in play in his first week out on tour with...

  • Rogue returns: Callaway unveil ST drivers and fairway woods

    Written by Rob Jerram on Tuesday, 4 January 2022

    Callaway Rogue ST drivers and fairway woods are ‘Speed Tuned’ to give golfers greater distance and stability. Callaway have taken inspiration from a simple, personalised performance idea to develop their new Rogue ST range, with the four new drivers,  three fairway woods, four hybrids and four iron models each ‘Speed Tuned’ to better suit its intended audience. RELATED: Carbonwood era begins with...

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