Honma sent a shockwave in the industry when they launched their T-World range to the global market with the signing of Justin Rose, who won on the PGA Tour almost instantly. The new TR20 driver, which is already in the bag of the former World #1, is a sign that Honma has no intention of slowing down!
The launch of a new 'Select' Line from Scotty Cameron always surrounded with excitement - and this year the Special Select putters are not going to disappoint their legion of fans. After decades of designing, and building putters in his Californian studio the new Special Select line represents another step forward in creating the finest in milled steel putters.
No other wedge is crafted by the master, Bob Vokey. The Titleist Vokey SM8 is back backed by (what Titleist regards) as the best R&D in the world. The SM8 wedges represent the most advanced expression of the Vokey Design DNA ever.
Following on from the success of the D7 irons in 2019, Wilson has launched a forged version to give better players the benefits of their incredible distance technology. The D7 Forged irons deliver tour-level feel with distance delivered through Power Hole and Power Chamber technologies, all wrapped up in a compact head and thinner topline for tour-level appeal.
TaylorMade became great all over again with their M1/M2 drivers, their M3/M4, and M5/M6 but the problem about them all being so great is that an argument arises about how similar they all are. In order to allay worries about technology plateauing or fears that the limits have been reached something had to change for TaylorMade's next driver, something had to move. And it did.
The ST200 family from Mizuno is ready for the world stage in 2020. A trio of drivers – each with a Beta Titanium face which optimises performance for three different ball flights. Created through a collaboration between Mizuno's Japanese and US R and D teams and played by Mizuno's Tour players across the world.
Developed from Callaway’s innovative golf ball alignment system, the three Triple Track lines are prominently featured to help improve your putting accuracy. Triple Track uses Vernier Hyper Acuity for better and more consistent alignment, a key fundamental to good putting. It’s a design that’s incredibly intuitive and easy to use.
The new Predator driver from Lynx features a 460cc forged titanium head, the maximum allowable under the rules of golf. The large, forgiving face helps to maintain ball speed on off-centre hits. The driver is also adjustable through 9 - 12-degrees with additional draw settings to help you find more fairways.
The Cleveland High Bore of yesteryear, eight years to be exact, is back in the form of the Launcher HB. The younger generation will associate Cleveland with great wedges but, there was a time when a Cleveland driver with a big step in the crown and that made a thunderous sound was found in the bag of many a player.
Cobra is one of the great innovators in the golf industry, especially when it comes to drivers, and the new Speedzone driver for 2020 comes with the tag line 'No Limits' (apart from the ones within the rules!). Inspired by Lewis Hamilton, the KING Speedzone driver focusses on six zones to improve - power, strength, low CG, lightweight, aerodynamics, and stability.
Before we look at the new Mavrik driver, it's worth considering where we're coming from, the Epic Flash driver. It was the best kid in the class of 2019 and must have left Callaway's engineers wondering, how do we beat that? It turns out with a bigger, better supercomputer!
A high Moment of Inertia is your friend in golf. It keeps the putter square and stable in the strike. However, there's a commonly held belief that to get a high MOI in a putter, the heads need to be big, and the Centre Of Gravity needs to back. Cleveland says no. They say when the CG is back in the putter, the face can move laterally on off-centre hits and move putts offline.
Cobra has always punched above their weight in the golf equipment market, and that's because they're never afraid to do something different from everyone else. So for once, it's kind of strange that they're bringing out a hollow-headed iron long after everyone else has.
The T//World XP-1 driver from Japanese manufacturer Honma is aimed very much at players with lower swing speeds and those who tend slice the ball off the tee. It's high launching, low spinning, and with built-in draw bias to convert your swing into the maximum possible ball speed off the face.
There's an innovative Double Slot Sole across the leading edge of
The move from hybrids to utility irons has not gone unnoticed as Wilson reveal their offering to golf retail. The Wilson Staff Model utility iron compliments the Staff Model Blades used by Gary Woodland to win the 2019 US Open at Pebble Beach and completes their premium players offering for 2019/20.
TaylorMade has introduced the second generation of their Milled Grind wedges, which have already proven popular with Tour Professionals and have been spotted in the bags of Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy, Dustin Johnson and Jon Rahm. A key feature of the Milled Grind 2 wedges is Raw Face Technology (RFT).
The Titleist T100 irons have the smallest heads of the T-Series and are aimed at the better player. Tour validated using extensive feedback from some of the best golfers in the world, most notably Jordan Spieth. Titleist has created a high performing tour iron which still has the forgiveness for single handicap and good ball strikers alike.
Heavily influenced by the most revered blades of their past, the MP-20 muscle back is the ultimate players iron from Mizuno. The head is Grain Flow Forged HD from a single billet of 1025E Pure Select Mild Carbon Steel. The clubhead features a layer of soft Copper plating beneath a protective Nickel Chrome.
Callaway have extended their Epic Flash range with the introduction of the new Epic Flash hybrids. Designed specifically to improve ball speed. This increased ball speed has come from the inclusion of Callaway’s revolutionary Jailbreak Technology, first seen in the original Epic range and has been present in Callaway’s offering ever since.
Available at Retail: 16/02/2018
For 2018 TaylorMade has launched an entire new ‘M’ family, an extension to its instantly recognisable Spider Tour putter line, as well as other little bits for us to get our teeth into. It can be intimidating and almost impossible to digest all of it so we’ve
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