Equipment news

  • TaylorMade MG2 TW wedge hits shelves

    Written by Rob Jerram on Thursday, 3 September 2020

    The TaylorMade MG2 TW Grind wedge is a special-edition golf club inspired by Tiger Woods. Built in the exact wedge specs used by the 15-time Major champion himself, the new TW Grind comes in 56 and 60 degrees. Related: Callaway Mack Daddy CB wedge revealed Related: TaylorMade MG2 wedge review Both are 8620 carbon steel and feature all of the technology found in Milled Grind...

  • TaylorMade Spider FCG putter out now!

    Written by Rob Jerram on Thursday, 3 September 2020

    The TaylorMade Spider FCG putter aims to convert blade users to a mallet. “Looks like a mallet, feels like a blade, forgives like a Spider,” is the tagline as TaylorMade add another model to the hugely successful Spider family. Ever since Jason Day shot to World No.1 with his red Spider Tour, TaylorMade have told the world that mallets are more forgiving...

  • Honma launch premium and anti-slice golf balls

    Written by Rob Jerram on Friday, 28 August 2020

    Honma reveal four-piece urethane X4 golf ball, alongside three piece TW-X and TW-S, and slice-busting A1 golf balls targeting premium and higher-handicap golfers.  Honma have expanded their range of multi-layer golf balls to offer golfers the most exciting selection the brand have ever launched outside of Japan. TESTED: Which Honma forged iron suits me? The latest range includes a new premium four-piece urethane ball,...

  • SkyCaddie launch luxury LX5C GPS golf watch

    Written by Rob Jerram on Thursday, 20 August 2020

    The SkyCaddie LX5C GPS golf watch takes everything we loved about the LX5 and puts it in a luxury ceramic package.  The beautiful new scratch-resistant, hard-wearing ceramic bezel ensures your GPS watch holds its colour and retains that ‘new’ look for far longer than a traditional bezel. RELATED: Best Golf GPS Watches 2020 With a real trend towards ceramic bezels in the luxury watch...

  • Callaway Big Bertha REVA gives women distance and forgiveness

    Written by Rob Jerram on Tuesday, 18 August 2020

    Callaway Big Bertha REVA golf clubs are a new range designed specifically to give women golfers more distance and ultimate forgiveness. The REVA driver, fairway wood, hybrid and iron join the iconic Big Bertha line alongside the new B21 range of men's super game-improver clubs, with Callaway saying both familes designed to give "distance any way you swing it". RELATED: Best Ladies' Golf...

  • Adidas Golf bring iconic Superstar shoe to golf

    Written by Rob Jerram on Thursday, 13 August 2020

    Adidas Golf mark iconic Superstar's 50th anniversary with limited-edition golf shoe. Adidas Golf are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the world-famous Superstar shoe by unveiling a limited-edition golf version that combines the classic styling with supreme performance on the course. Related: Best Spiked Golf Shoes 2020 In 1970, the Adidas Superstar changed on-court style and performance for basketball, and now the bold mentality that...

  • Mizuno ES21 wedge unveiled

    Written by Rob Jerram on Monday, 10 August 2020

    Mizuno ES21 wedges have a perfectly centred sweet spot to give golfers predictable spin and ultimate short game consistency. The new range is engineered to help players generate the consistent spin rates needed for a more effective short game on the golf course. Related: Mizuno JPX921 irons revealed Traditionally a wedge's sweet spot is slightly to the heel side, making it hard to...

  • Tested: Mizuno JPX921 irons

    Written by Rob Jerram on Monday, 10 August 2020

    Mizuno JPX921 irons revealed as brand looks to build on Koepka’s Major success with stunning new family. Mizuno JPX irons have helped Brooks Koepka to four Major Championships. But the big-hitting American Ryder Cup star isn't paid to play the irons, he chooses to, and that is one of the biggest compliments (and marketing boosts) a brand could ever hope for. RELATED: Everything...

  • Titleist Tour Speed golf ball revealed

    Written by Rob Jerram on Wednesday, 5 August 2020

    Titleist have revealed their new Tour Speed golf ball with the claim that it's the fastest, best performing golf ball in its category. The three-piece Titleist Tour Speed golf ball is a completely new design and the result of years of rigorous product development. It as a thermoplastic urethane cover that Titleist say delivers category-leading speed, exceptional distance and precise short-game control. Titleist...

  • Adidas Golf launch new Adicross Retro Arsenal Edition golf shoe

    Written by Rob Jerram on Wednesday, 5 August 2020

    Adidas Golf have given Arsenal Football Club fans even more reason to celebrate with the launch of the adicross Retro Arsenal Edition golf shoe. Just days after the enjoying their team’s FA Cup triumph over Chelsea at Wembley, Gunners’ fans can now take their support from the front room to the fairways with adidas Golf’s limited-edition Rerto Arsenal footwear. Related: Adidas Superstar...

  • Srixon launch new ZX drivers and ZX irons range

    Written by Rob McGarr on Monday, 3 August 2020

    The Srixon ZX range of irons and drivers replaces the Srixon Z range that launched two years ago. We examine what's on offer and the type of player that should consider putting Srixon ZX golf clubs in the bag. Srixon have been making fantastic golf clubs for years, without ever really getting the recognition they deserve. While golf aficionados love Srixon...

  • Golf Pride MCC Teams grips let you show your colours

    Written by Rob Jerram on Wednesday, 15 July 2020

    Golf grips play a key role in your performance on the golf course... but now, thanks to Golf Pride's new MCC Teams range, they can also help you show your support for your favourite sports team. The World’s No.1 golf grip brand have expanded their multiple-Major-winning MCC family of hybrid golf grips with the new MCC Teams collection, featuring 15 unique...

  • Arccos Caddie Link wearable now allowed under Rules of Golf

    Written by Rob Jerram on Wednesday, 15 July 2020

    Proven to help lower your handicap, Arccos' Caddie Link wearable is now permitted under the Rules of Golf. The device, which automatically tracks shot data and performance without having to carry a smartphone on the golf course, has been permitted according to United States Golf Association (USGA) decision #2020-0305. Priced at £89.99, Link is compatible with iPhone and Android devices, and pairs with...

  • Galvin Green clothing merges style with sustainability

    Written by Rob Jerram on Tuesday, 14 July 2020

    Galvin Green have turned to science for Part Two of their 2020 golf clothing collection, as the premium golf brand merges performance with sustainability and style. The “Science of Excellence” apparel range sees Galvin Green call on 30 years of experience and passion in performance-driven design to create technical clothing aimed at giving golfers an extra edge on the course. New...

  • Can you trust golf club reviews?

    Written by Chris Jones on Friday, 10 July 2020

    We do golf club reviews you can trust Everyone is a golf club reviewer these days. Give anyone a video camera and a YouTube login and they can claim to be an "influencer", hitting a handful of shots (on a launch monitor, if you're lucky) before offering an opinion. “IT’S NOT 50 YARDS LONGER!!!” screams a video headline in big yellow letters, as...

  • Revealed: ShotScope V3 GPS Watch and Shot-Tracker

    Written by Simon Daddow on Monday, 6 July 2020

    If there’s one product in golf that’s changed more than any over the last 20 years it’s how golfers get yardages and analyse their game. It’s hard to imagine now but two decades ago club golfers paced yardages from 150 yard markers in the fairway. Some preferred yardage books and tried second guessing how far was left to...

  • Cleveland reveal new ZipCore wedge

    Written by Simon Daddow on Tuesday, 30 June 2020

    Cleveland RTX ZipCore wedges bring forgiveness to new tour-level models. Cleveland have opened our eyes over the last three years by creating cavity back CBX wedges specifically aimed at club golfers. They said golfers don’t suddenly become tour pros when they pull a wedge from the bag, so why make life harder for yourself by using blade-style wedges? RELATED:  Wedges tested: Titleist Vokey SM8...

  • The new Puma RS-G golf shoes don't look like golf shoes

    Written by Rob McGarr on Tuesday, 23 June 2020

    There's no doubting that Puma make some of the best-looking golf shoes available these days, particularly in the non-traditional style favoured by many golfers.  Constantly looking to innovate, Puma's new RS-G shoe is another design that is a long way from being a traditional-looking golf shoe.  Related: Adidas Superstar golf shoe revealed The RS-G was inspired by Puma's extremely popular RS series of...

  • We found five amazing deals at American Golf

    Tuesday, 16 June 2020

    With Father's Day just round the corner, we've picked out five fantastic deals, making it the perfect time to treat your old man to some new golf gear while saving a bundle. (You can buy yourself something, too – we won't tell anyone.) 1. £100 off the Garmin Approach S60 GPS Golf Watch There's simply no beating Garmin when it comes to...

  • Cobra launches new King Utility iron – with adjustable loft

    Written by Rob McGarr on Thursday, 11 June 2020

    Cobra irons have really impressed in our recent tests. Both the Cobra King Forged Tec and Cobra King Speedzone featured in our pick of the Best Golf Irons of 2020, meaning there's a Cobra iron for you whether you want a real 'players iron' or a game-improvement option.  Cobra have now bolstered their iron line-up with the launch of the Cobra...

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