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  • Cobra L5V Driver

    Written by TG Senior Equipment Editor, Sean Ramsdale on Wednesday, 1 October 2008

    Cobra are launching what they are confident is their biggest and best ever driver - The Cobra L5V driver! Engineered to produce drives that are longer and straighter than ever, the multi-material Cobra L5V driver not only possesses the largest and most forgiving club face in golf, it also features Cobra's new Adjustable Flight Technology. Not only that, but the Cobra L5V driver has two...

  • Titleist 909 drivers

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Tuesday, 30 September 2008

    Better players and avid Titleist fans love the new Titleist DComp, D2 and D3 drivers as TG has found in recent testing. After spending time on the range with some real golfers the clear message is that Titleist have only improved on the current offering with the Titleist 909 drivers. rather than launch one driver the development tteam...

  • Nike SQ DYMO Driver range

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, TG Equipment Editor on Monday, 29 September 2008

    Just when you thought Nike drivers couldn't get any cooler, they do! This is the new Nike SQ Dymo big dog and it looks like it's going to be a big hit. The Dymo (which stands for Dynamic Moment of Inertia) will effectively replace the Sumo range that has been so successful. Nike SQ Dymo STR8-FIT driver The big talking point is...

  • Nike Victory Red wedges

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, TG Equipment Editor on Monday, 29 September 2008

    Remember when Tiger Woods triumped at the US Open this year? Well, the Nike Victory Red wedges that he used are soon going to be available to you! These are the new Nike Victory Red (VR) forged wedges that helped the great man to the 14th Major win of his stellar career. They feature new "High Rev" grooves which are milled into...

  • Nike SQ Dymo Fairway Woods

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, TG Equipment Editor on Monday, 29 September 2008

    If you want a fairway wood that looks like a fairway wood rather than a driver, then take a look at the new Nike SQ Dymo range! Although the trend is to develop bigger heads in order to increase MOI, larger heads mean a bigger interaction with the ground which can lead to a heavy contact and diminished accuracy. But the new SQ Dymo...

  • Nike Victory Red Irons

    Written by TG Senior Equipment Editor, Sean Ramsdale on Monday, 22 September 2008

    Nike Golf's game improvement iron for 2009 is simply called the Nike Victory Red iron and has a full cavity back and more offset than either of the other two models in the range. The Nike Victory Red irons have a full package of design features to help players get the very best out of their swing. A deep full cavity, wide sole,...

  • Nike Victory Red Forged TW Blades

    Written by TG Senior Equipment Editor, Sean Ramsdale on Monday, 22 September 2008

    Nike Golf's 2009 iron for the better player is the stunning Nike Victory Red Forged TW Blade, developed with the help of the main man and Nike Golf ambassador, Tiger Woods. The Nike Victory Red Forged TW blade is a forged iron designed for precision, featuring a traditional muscle back design with a recognisable “TW” mark.  The centre of gravity of the Nike Victory Red...

  • Nike Victory Red Forged Split Cavity Irons

    Written by TG Senior Equipment Editor, Sean Ramsdale on Monday, 22 September 2008

    Next up and with a design to suit a bigger number of golfers are Nike’s Victory Red Forged Split Cavity irons. These are suitable for good players right up to solid game impovers and have a moderately wider sole and slightly thicker topline than the Nike Victory Red TW Blades. Although the Nike Victory Red Forged Split Cavity irons are also forged and have...

  • 2008 Putter Reviews

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Monday, 22 September 2008

    Our own golf equipment testing team have spent time testing some of the putters of 2008 to bring you a useful guide to buying your next putter. Click on the links below to watch individual 2008 putter video reviews or watch it from our 2008 putter review video vault... Introduction Gel Paul Hurrion Signature Rego Putter Ping I series Craz-E Putter Heavy Putter C2 Deep Face Putter Cleveland VP...

  • 2009 Golf Equipment

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Wednesday, 17 September 2008

    2009 is an incredibly exciting year for golf equipment as our recent 2009 golf equipment exclusives are proving with heaps of golf equipment manufacturers unveiling new equipment ranges. So far we've seen new 2009 golf equipment from Ping, Mizuno, TaylorMade, Titleist and many more and there is still plenty of exciting new golf equipment to be revealed over the coming weeks.

  • Bargain golf equipment

    Written by TG Equipment editor on Tuesday, 16 September 2008

    Regular visitors to the site will already have checked out our new golf equipment price comparison tool TG Compare, launched last week with the aim of helping save you time and money on you golf equipment purchases. To help you find bargain golf equipment using TG Compare we're going to be publishing our golf equipment editor's bargain picks every...

  • TG Compare golf equipment price comparison

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Tuesday, 16 September 2008

    We're more excited than a kid in a sweet shop here at todaysgolfer.co.uk. Why? Because after weeks of work we can finally reveal our new golf equipment price comparision engine, which is designed to get you to the best golf equipment deal quickly and without having to search the entire internet for the best price. Instead with TG Compare...

  • Ping iWi putter range

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, TG Equipment Editor on Friday, 12 September 2008

    Ping have been making great putters for a long time now, and the latest range is no different with the iWi (Interchangeable Weight Inserts) series for 2009. There are six models in the range - the Anser, the B60, the Craz-E, the D66, the Zing and the 1/2 Craz-E, all of which are fitted with changeable weights designed to let the...

  • cleveland xli irons

    Written by TG Senior Equipment Editor, Sean Ramsdale on Friday, 12 September 2008

    Thanks to ever improving equipment designed to make our best shots even better and keep our poor shots out of trouble, golfers have never had it so good! Increased MOI (moment of intertia) designs, to keep clubs online through impact and straighten out our shots are what it's all about right now and there's no better example of this game-improvement technology than...

  • cleveland niblick hybrid

    Written by TG Senior Equipment Editor, Sean Ramsdale on Friday, 12 September 2008

    The new Cleveland Niblick hybrid could be the secret weapon to sort your short game out! With so many similar types of clubs to choose from, it makes a real change to see something so new and radical on the market. Cleveland's new short iron hybrid combines the features of a wedge, putter, iron and hybrid to create a revolutionary hybrid scoring club. The name Niblick takes...

  • cleveland launcher fairway woods

    Written by TG Senior Equipment Editor, Sean Ramsdale on Friday, 12 September 2008

    The New Cleveland Launcher Fairway woods Complimenting the new driver, Cleveland also have some smart new Launcher Fairway woods to help you get the ball in play and sneak closer to those long par fives. Again, as in the driver, the new models have a larger face (11% larger than the old models) which provide more forgiveness on strikes off the...

  • cleveland launcher driver

    Written by TG Senior Equipment Editor, Sean Ramsdale on Friday, 12 September 2008

    Not so long ago, Cleveland's Launcher range was a big hit with golfers and we’re thrilled to see it make a welcome return in a bigger and better way and packed with the latest available technology. The new model combines tradition and technology to create a conventional looking head that pushes the boundaries of performance. With a super-high MOI, very low spin and...

  • 2009 TITLEIST EQUIPMENT LAUNCH

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Friday, 12 September 2008

    Titleist are ripping up the rule book in 2009 by extending their range of golf equipment to attract more players with the launch of the Titleist 909 driver and Titleist 909 fairway woods and hybrids. Although more skilled golfers are still the main target of the new Titleist range lashings of technology and a focus on making the Titleist...

  • Callaway FT-iQ driver

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Friday, 12 September 2008

    Callaway are readying what it describes as its 'straightest ever driver' for the 2009 golf season in the form of the Callaway FT-iQ driver. The sleak loking new Callaway FT-iQ driver has been designed using influences from Lamborghini supercars and stealth jet fighters and the sample obtained by the Today's Golfer golf equipment team certainly echoes this. And...

  • TaylorMade burner plus irons & TaylorMade Tour Preferred irons

    Written by Tg equipment editor on Friday, 12 September 2008

    TaylorMade is to build on its award-winning iron line-up with these two models for 2009 - the TaylorMade Tour Preferred and TaylorMade Burner Plus irons. The TaylorMade Burner Plus has been designed with the higher handicapper in mind, while the TaylorMade Tour Preferred iron will be finding its way into the company's tour pros' bags this year as a better player...

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