Equipment news

  • 2009 TaylorMade Burner driver

    Written by TG Senior Equipment Editor, Sean Ramsdale on Tuesday, 26 August 2008

    TG Exclusive! TaylorMade's 2007 Burner driver was a massive hit with golfers across the world and that looks set to continue in the very latest 2009 model. We've not seen or tried these just yet, but here's a special sneak preview of the 2009 TaylorMade Burner driver to keep you going! The 2007 Burner driver introduced TaylorMade's SuperFast technology, allowing golfers to swing the...

  • 2009 TaylorMade r7 Limited driver

    Written by TG Senior Equipment Editor, Sean Ramsdale on Tuesday, 26 August 2008

    The incredible new 2009 gear is coming thick and fast and TG are first on the case yet again! TaylorMade, the No. 1 driver brand on Tour have just revealed a sexy new tweak on their Movable Weight Technology drivers. Four years after the first r7 drivers hit the scene, TaylorMade have now come up with the r7 Limited. Not to be confused with the adjustable shaft r7...

  • New TaylorMade ball stars in Darren Clarke win

    Written by TG Senior Equipment Editor, Sean Ramsdale on Tuesday, 26 August 2008

    Ryder Cup cup stalwart and TaylorMade player Darren Clarke received a huge boost to his chances of getting selected for Valhalla as he cruised to victory in the KLM Open in Holland, with a cracking four shot win over fellow TaylorMade pro Paul McGinley. Darren couldn't have timed his 12th career European Tour victory (and second in 2008) any better and now poses captain Faldo with...

  • Sun Mountain ZERO-G bag

    Written by Jonathan Greathead, TG Equipment Editor on Tuesday, 26 August 2008

    Golf bag manufacturing giants Sun Mountain have launched their latest innovation in the form of the ZERO-G bag. The Sun Mountain ZERO-G bag transfers weight of the clubs from golfers' shoulders to their waists, although it is carried like a traditional dual strap bag but with the addition of a belt that is naturally positioned at the hip. The wizards at Sun Montain...

  • Titleist 909 Fairway Woods

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Tuesday, 26 August 2008

    Think of Titleist fairway woods and you conjure up images of high performance better player clubs that are harder to hit than some game improvers - well you can think again with the launch of the Titleist 909 F2 and Titleist 909 F3 fairway woods. The all-new fairway woods for the 2009 season have been developed to produce mid-to-high...

  • Titleist vokey sm wedges

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Tuesday, 26 August 2008

    The much sought after Titleist Vokey SM wedges are to undergo a revamp for 2009 and Todaysgolfer.co.uk has all the official details. Following the same principles as the rest of the Titleist 2009 range the new Titleist Vokey wedges offer a wholehost of different  options to suit different swing styles, different preferred shot types and different course, turf and sand...

  • Scotty Cameron Studio Select putters

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Tuesday, 26 August 2008

    As well as a new range of drivers, woods and rescue clubs Titleist is also reengineering its short game products for 2009 with a keenly awaited new line of Titleist Vokey SM wedges and some further additions to Scotty Cameron's Studio Select putter range. The new models follow hot on the heels of the stunning 2008 Newport range which won Best...

  • TaylorMade Rossa Core Classics putters

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Monday, 25 August 2008

    TaylorMade have revealed they are to launch four new putters for the 2009 season in the form of the TaylorMade Rossa Core Classics. Putting purists are the target for the new TaylorMade Rossa Core Classics putter line and from what we've seen they won't be disappointed from the Taylormade suzuka, lambeau, daytona and Fontana putters. Each of the...

  • TaylorMade Burner Plus irons

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Monday, 25 August 2008

    Average golfers start salivating because TaylorMade reckon they've created the answer to your game issues - the TaylorMade Burner Plus irons! The 2009 iron range has been launched to help make the game as easy as possible for the nation's golfers and having received one of the very first finished Taylormade Burner Plus our test team can testify to...

  • TaylorMade Tour Preferred irons

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Monday, 25 August 2008

    The nation's better golfers better prepare to get VERY excited about the launch of the new TaylorMade Tour Preferred irons. Why do we say that? Because the TG test team took delivery of the Taylormade Tour Preferred iron several days ago in order to bring you a world first review of the Taylormade Tour Preferred iron. And the feedback from...

  • New Glenmuir golf clothing autumn/winter 2008

    Written by Tg Equipment Editor on Monday, 18 August 2008

    NEW LUXURY LINED PERFORMANCE SWEATERS FROM GLENMUIR Glenmuir has thrown the covers off its autumn/winter 2008 golf clothing range this week, led by the Glenmuir Birkdale and Glenmuir Carnbee ranges. The men’s Birkdale and Carnbee and ladies’ Alice sweaters are manufactured from a machine washable, luxury merino and acrylic wool blend, which in itself offers superb warmth and protection. By adding...

  • Mizuno MX100 irons

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Monday, 18 August 2008

    If you're really struggling with your iron-play, then Mizuno may just have produced the set to sort out your game, with the launch of the ultra-forgiving Mizuno MX100 irons. Like the Mizuno MX-200 irons, the MX100 set features the Y-Tune performance as well as an ultra pocket cavity design for the ultimate in iron forgiveness and ease of play. The Mizuno MX100's benefits from a...

  • Mizuno MP62 irons

    Written by TG Equipment editor on Monday, 18 August 2008

    Wow! These are the new Mizuno MP62 irons, one of the four new additions to the Mizuno family. These particular beauties are specifically named the Mizuno MP62 Tour Ready Dual Muscle and have been designed very much with the better player in mind. The minimal amount of offset and a versatile soleplate, inspired by Luke Donald’s personal grind, ensures crisp ball striking which all better...

  • Mizuno MP52 irons

    Written by TG Equipment editor on Monday, 18 August 2008

    If you want a forgiving set of irons in your bag, but don't want them fitted with heads the size of Brazil, then the brand new mizuno mp52 irons could be for you. The tour profiled Mizuno MP52 irons integrates a discreet pocket cavity for an uncompromising balance of shot-making and forgiveness, without actually increasing the size of the head from...

  • Mizuno MX200 irons

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Monday, 18 August 2008

    These are the brand new Mizuno MX200 irons, a one-piece Grain Flow Forged iron which features Mizuno's new Y-TUNE  forgiveness technology.  A deep pocket cavity, milled to preserve ther Mizuno MX200 irons' one piece feel is complemented by a Y shaped reinforcement pad, extending a 5% larger sweet area into a toe orientated position. The wizards at Mizuno found that this would, in...

  • Mizuno Bettinardi BC Series putters

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Monday, 18 August 2008

    Bob Bettinardi has extended the award winning Black Carbon Series of putters with the addition of two new models and a ‘belly’ shaft model.  The Mizuno Bettinardi BC4 heel toe, with elegant, milled round double bend neck and the BC5 centre shaft mallet – available at 395 grams for 43" belly length. To see a first hit...

  • Mizuno Academy 120/140

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Monday, 18 August 2008

    Want to get your children into golf, but don't want to fork out a national debt on clubs when the little blighters are still growing? Well check out the new Mizuno Academy clubs specifially aimed at children. The Mizuno Academy 120 is aimed at those ankle-biters aged between 5 and 8, while the Mizuno Academy 140 sticks are intended for the...

  • Mizuno MX Hi Fli iron hybrids

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Monday, 18 August 2008

    Lots of us struggle with our longer irons and, with that in mind, Mizuno have launched their new Mizuno MX Fli-Hi iron hybrids as a direct replacement for those 3, 4 and 5-irons. Fitted with the ultra-forgiving Y-Tune Technology, the Mizuno MX Fli-Hi offers a high flying, soft landing direct alternative to those tricky-to-use traditional long bats. Exact iron lengths are complemented by a unique...

  • Mizuno MP irons relaunched Monday!

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Friday, 15 August 2008

    Mizuno fans better start preparing for a sleepless weekend as one of the very best iron manufacturers on the planet reveals its reinvented iron line-up for 2009! From Monday August 18th you'll be able to see the first pix and info on the new Mizuno line-up, which includes no less than FOUR new sets for both the better player and...

  • Ping Rapture V2 hybrid

    Written by TG Equipment Editor on Thursday, 14 August 2008

    Ping have a lot of work to do to improve on the current Rapture hybrid but they reckon they've cracked it with the Ping Rapture V2 offering. The all-new Ping Rapture V2 hybrid is to be built in steel with a tungsten alloy sole when it is launched later this year. The tungsten sole positions the weight in the lower...

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