Equipment news

  • ciwalker tech scorpion golf cart

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Wednesday, 03 October 2007

    If you're fed up of pulling the same old-fashioned golf trolley around your golf course then take a look at this fancy new toy. It's called the Scorpion and is an ingeniously-designed three-wheeled trolley, that is shaped for easy manoeuvrability and simple storage. Clever design features include a ball and tee holder, drink holder, bracket to hold your bag securely in place and a large...

  • sept25 King Cobra L4V driver

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Tuesday, 25 September 2007

    King Cobra L4V driver Retail: £296 Lofts: 9°, 10°, 10.5°, 12° Contact: 01480 301114 www.cobragolf.co.uk With restrictions governing dimension, designers are scrambling to make sure their designs hit the limits in the four most important areas. Head size, COR, 5”x 5” head dimensions and the maximum allowable 5900g/cm2 moi are all vitally important to how a driver performs and King...

  • Sep20 New HiPPOHex woods

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Tuesday, 25 September 2007

    HiPPO uses radical HEX design in new fairway and rescue woods. Hippo HEX fairway woods Retail: £59.99 Hippo HEX rescue woods Retail: £49.99 HiPPO has just launched these HEX fairway and rescue woods. Following on from the HEX driver, the new clubs share the same design characteristics and features.   The HEX woods feature a unique hexagonal shape that allows optimum...

  • Mizuno iron review

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Tuesday, 25 September 2007

    Mizuno MP-57 irons Retail: £599 Contact: 0118 936 2100 www.mizuno.eu Mizuno’s history for producing super sexy forged irons, such as the new Mizuno MP57, is a long and rich one. If you’ve dreamt of owning a set but always had a niggling doubt in your mind that you might not be quite good enough to use them effectively, then you’ll...

  • Aug26 New Scotty Cameron putters

    Written by Simon Daddow on Sunday, 23 September 2007

    These are the latest designs from legendary clubmaker Scotty Cameron – Titleist’s new Red X3 and Red X5 putters.  The mallets, which replace the original Red X and Red X2 in the Titleist putter line, feature refined shapes and profiles with a new glare-resistant Charcoal Mist finish for unmatched looks and feel.  Both Red X models are milled from 303 Stainless Steel...

  • Ping G10 Review

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Thursday, 20 September 2007

    Today's Golfer's golf equipment guru sent us this blog directly from Ping's official Ping G10 launch. Here's what he thinks of the new G10 range... What’s it like to hit… July and August are two months always rammed full of hype. Ping are the only company who launch new golf equipment mid-season, so when the new designs start to filter out to...

  • Sep10 TM burner draw

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Monday, 10 September 2007

    TaylorMade has unveiled the new Burner Draw driver. In a press release today, the company said: "Incorporating two of the most effective performance technologies that the company has ever developed – SuperFast Technology and Draw-Weighted Technology delivers more clubhead speed, more ball speed and more draw-promoting capabilities than any driver TaylorMade has ever created. "SuperFast Technology unites an extremely light 50-gram RE*AX® graphite...

  • Taylormade r7 CGB Max drivers

    Written by TG Staffwriter on Thursday, 06 September 2007

    TaylorMade r7 CGB Max driver RRP: £329 Shafts: RE*AX SF 45 Specs: 9.5, 10.5, HT Launch date: Later this year TaylorMade is preparing to rewrite the rules of golf club forgiveness later this year with the launch of the TaylorMade r7 CGB Max driver, Todays Golfer can exclusively reveal. The Adidas-owned golf brand has been at the forefront of golf...

  • Wilson Staff Spine driver

    Written by TG staffwriter on Monday, 03 September 2007

    Wilson Staff Spine driver 01294 316270, www.wilsonstaff.com Lofts: 9°, 10.5°, 12° Shaft: UST V2 HMoi (65g) Wilson Staff have spent months working on their new super high moi Wilson Staff Spine driver, named after its spine like backbone. It started life as a heel scoop driver (a little like Cleveland’s HiBore) but Wilson engineers soon realised something more radical was called...

  • Antique golf equipment

    Written by TG staff writer on Thursday, 23 August 2007

    One of the most significant antique golf club collections on earth will be auctioned  at Sotheby's in New York this September. The Jeffery B. Ellis golf club collection, with nearly 800 golf clubs, including some dating to the 1600s, can be seen at a public exhibition Sept. 20-26. In the photo above (left to right): A prize...

  • Ping G10 launch

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Friday, 17 August 2007

    Today’s Golfer is today kick-starting its massive Ping G10 launch special as Ping unveils its new G10 range of irons, fairway woods, hybrids and irons. We’ll be there first to bring you a host of behind-the-scenes detail including interviews with the designers, an exclusive first test of the clubs in action and videos getting up close and personal with the whole...

  • Puma camo golf gear

    Tuesday, 14 August 2007

    Sweden's Johan Edfors will do everything but blend into his environment when he sports PUMA's new special edition Camouflage Concorde GTX golf shoe, and a matching military cap. Along with his mean swing and Swedish good looks, Edfors continues to bring a refreshing, keen sense of street style to the course - one that he and PUMA are becoming...

  • Ping G10 behind the scenes

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Tuesday, 14 August 2007

    The launch of the new Ping G10 is big news in golf and to ensure that you get all the information you need we flew out to Ping's headquarters in Phoenix to follow the first Ping G10 off the production line. Check out the gallery below to see all our behind the scenes images... Today's Golfer has the best...

  • Ping G10 Wallpapers

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Thursday, 09 August 2007

    The launch of the Ping G10 range is big news in golf at the moment and to celebrate Today's Golfer has commissioned a top photographer to take these exclusive shots of the new G10 clubs. Click on the links below to download them directly to your desktop to use as a free Ping G10 wallpaper! Today's Golfer has the...

  • Ping G10 Vs Ping G5

    Written by TG Staff Writer on Thursday, 09 August 2007

    As Ping launch the new Ping G10 this week Today's Golfer has raided its archives to bring you back up to speed on what we said about its award-winning predecessor the Ping G5 range. Since launching in 2005 the Ping G5 has gone on to become one of the most popular golf club ranges in history, so the...

  • july26 Lynx Irons

    Written by Sam Beavis, TG Staff Writer on Thursday, 26 July 2007

    BUY from Amazon The new Lynx Prowler irons are a hybrid set of irons designed to optimise playability and forgiveness. Compact utility rescue-style clubs replace traditional 3 and 4 irons for greater playability and versatility. Using 17-4 stainless steel and of a 2 piece construction, the Prowler mid-irons feature a deep cavity design that provides consistency and greater forgiveness, even when the...

  • Jul18 Clarke's new shoes

    Written by Chris Jones at Carnoustie on Wednesday, 18 July 2007

    Darren Clarke has designed a bespoke range of high-performance shoes to spearhead Stuburt’s 2008 collection. Clarke unveiled his new DCC Classics (Darren Clarke Collection Classics) at the Open Championship at Carnoustie. Darren has been collaborating closely with Stuburt on the design and manufacture of a Goodyear welted shoe, to rival the FootJoy Classics. Included in his range are flamboyant white and lime...

  • July5 topputter

    Written by Courses editor Kevin Brown on Thursday, 05 July 2007

    A historic putter used by Young Tom Morris when he won his last Open Championship in 1872 is going under the hammer and is set to fetch a world record £80,000! The golden thornwood putter was made by famed Scottish clubmaker Hugh Phelp and was presented to Kendal GC by the Cumbrian club's former three-times captain Fred Watson on his retirement...

  • New Yonex fairway wood

    Written by Simon Daddow on Tuesday, 05 June 2007

    It might be midway through the season but Yonex has just announced the launch of its new VM-1 fairway wood. The Cyberstar VM-1 is constructed of ultra thin steel, which means engineers have been able to free up enough weight to insert a heavy tungsten plug in the heel to help the average golfer square the club face at impact. Plenty of weight located low and deep...

  • May18 Stewart Golf Accessories

    Written by Simon Daddow on Friday, 18 May 2007

    Stewart Golf, the leading manufacturer of high end remote-controlled electric trolleys, has just launched a new pencil bag to complement its range of top quality trolleys. Stewart markets the bag as perfect for leaving at the office rammed with a half set for a sneaky nine holes on the way home from work! But we reckon as it holds a full set of sticks, it's a perfect alternative...

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