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For many people who play golf hybrids are a real turnoff and the notion that they can "rescue" you from any type of lie just doesn't hold water. This trend away from hybrid (after a resurgence in their popularity) has allowed the hollow headed utility iron market
Not all of us can swing it at 100 miles per hour and that's a fact that has not been lost on Cobra who has release a new Superlite version of their F-Max family. The theory is simple; if something is lighter you should be able to
If you're looking for a company almost completely dedicated to striving for excellence in wedges, look no further than Cleveland. The third generation RTX-3 replaces the Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 wedge and while it might look similar in head size there's quite a bit more going on.
Simply put, the Ping iBlade irons have to one of the cleanest looking models in the better player market - but it's hiding a secret.
At first glance the iBlade looks like the iron set belonging to the Ping Glide wedge - there is real beauty in the styling of the iBlade.
Before we start let’s lay our cards on the table - the i210 iron succeeds the i200 model but the refinements are subtle; you shouldn’t be trading in one to buy the other. But if you’re coming to the Ping i210 irons for the first time what you have here is almost introductory blades
There is a lot of movement and momentum behind hollow headed irons in 2018 and Ping is adding another model to this growing sub-category with their i500 model having already dipped their toe in with the G700 irons. These were aimed at the game improver but now
Available at Retail: 03/11/2018
When TaylorMade release the players forged cavity back P750 and P770 irons you just knew the P760 would be coming along eventually to slot in there as their replacement. The P760 irons follow on the massive success of another iron from the popular ‘P-Series’ from TaylorMade, the
The Ping G400 driver has already been showered with universal praise since it was launched, but what is all the fuss about? For several iterations of their drivers now, Ping has been tweaking their design rather than going back to the drawing board and starting afresh every
The Ping i200 iron follows on from the Ping i iron and while it looks from above like a clean and classy set of irons there's lots of distance and forgiveness in its cast steel head.
Improved manufacturing processes mean the face of the i200 irons is just 2.31mm thick
Available at Retail: 28/09/2018
Sticking to their strict 2-year product life cycle, late 2018 is the turn of Titleist’s new drivers and fairway woods to be released. Under the project name ‘Titleist Speed’ the TS2 & TS3 aim to add distance to your game buy picking up clubhead speed and thus
Available at Retail: 21/09/2018
With metal wood technology advancing all the time giving us more and more distance and some iron sets now starting at 5-irons there is a growing yardage gap growing at the top end of your golf bag. TaylorMade has noticed this and plans to fill it with
Available at Retail: 07/09/2018
When it comes to forging top quality irons, not many do it better than Mizuno. And when it comes to forging ahead of the competition in the iron market, again, not many do it better than Mizuno.
Available at Retail: 14/09/2018
The Cleveland RTX 4 wedge succeeds their RTX 3 iteration and while the refinements are subtle, they’re in line with what the Tour has requested, and better players will like. The head size is smaller than before, and the leading edge is straighter, marrying to the hosel
Available at Retail: 20/07/2018
The object in snooker is to pot the red ball using the white ball, Callaway has turned this on its head with their Odyssey Red Ball putter which helps you put the white ball in the hole with a red ball!
The Odyssey Red Ball putter is
Available at Retail: 16/02/2018
If you’re a player who perpetually cuts or fades the ball whether it be by swing mechanics, grip, or even hip and back pain issues then you might find a Draw or D-type driver works best for you and brings you back to the centre of the
Available at Retail: 01/06/2018
When it comes to stability and resistance to twist, or moment of inertia, mallets are unsurpassed in putters. When a putt is not struck in the centre of the face you just cannot beat the geometry of a mallet and the weighting options it provides to keep
TaylorMade has introduced an extension to their TP Collection putters in the form of a distinctive, high contrast Red and White colour scheme on three of their most popular Ardmore variations – Ardmore, Ardmore 2, and Ardmore 3 The three Ardmore variations released all feature that distinctive red
Available at Retail: 26/02/2018
As with everything Mizuno, their S18 wedge oozes quality and is packed with the very latest technology – a story which usually goes unreported in wedges.
With irons lofts getting stronger as technology help with launch and allows this, wedges are being asked to do a whole lot
The ST180 fairway from Mizuno is a simple, designed for distance brother of the highly adjustable GT180 fairway. Looking down on the ST180 fairway you see the now iconic Mizuno matte blue crown sitting behind a 1770 Maraging Steel face.
The technology story in this fairway wood
Mizuno's "Gravity Tech" fairway for 2018, or GT180, compliments the GT180 driver. Its simple stand out blue crown beautifully hides the fact that it is crammed with adjustability.
If you own or owned the JPX900 fairway you might be doing a double take when you look at
If the Mizuno GT180 Driver fried your brain with the complexity of its adjustability the stripped-down simplicity of this ST180 is much easier to digest. It’s a simple, classy, low spinning driver that better players and faster swingers will love.
The ST180 has a 460cc all titanium
If you love to spend hours on the range tuning your driver to best suit your game then the Mizuno GT180 driver is the driver for you. It features a three channel Fast Track system and Quick Switch hosel – making it the tinkers dream.
At address the
Available at Retail: 08/05/2018
The new Callaway XR Speed fairway sits alongside its XR Speed driver in a bid to bring high quality and high-tech golf clubs to retail at a lower price point.
The huge success of Jailbreak technology in their EPIC and Rogue lines Callaway has been able to
Callaway are not giving up on Jailbreak technology just yet, but with the release of the new XP Speed driver it highlights the very high production costs of both the Epic and Rogue. Take Jailbreak technology out and what you’re left with is a game changing driver
Available at Retail: 07/02/2018
Part of a family which includes the standard Rogue game improver iron and the jet fuelled Rogue X distance offering, the Rogue Pro is a single figure players iron which is much more conventional than its siblings. Don’t let the use of ‘Pro’ in the name put
If you’re looking for some added distance from your irons then look no further than the Rogue X from Callaway. When we first got our hands on the Rogue X Irons we had to check for a fuel cap – they’re that powerful!
If a loveable 'Rogue' tends
The Rogue Irons may not have the fanfare of the Jailbreak technology what they do share with the new Driver, Fairway, and Hybrid is the desire to be among the longest hitting golf clubs Callaway has ever produced.
If 'Roguery' involves pushing the boundaries of convention to
In recent years hybrids have seen a slight drop in popularity with stiff competition from increasingly easy to hit driving irons. Something big needed to happen to win the public back and get them playing hybrids again - and the Callaway Rogue hybrid might be the answer.
The Callaway Rogue Sub Zero Fairway is a low spinning version of the standard Rogue fairway and features (for the first time in a fairway wood) Callaway’s Jailbreak technology.
The Rogue Sub Zero fairway wood is designed for and aimed at the accomplished player, who understands their
For the first time Callaway has been able to engineer Jailbreak technology into a fairway wood. The importance of this move cannot be understated. This is great news for all golfers.
For those not familiar with Jailbreak technology it is essentially a head construction which sees two
Ordinarily you might expect a Draw type driver to only suit a very specific niche in the market - typically out to in swingers or faders. The Draw version of the Callaway Rogue driver however will have a much a wider appeal with a fixed weight and
The Rogue Sub Zero driver is the lower spinning, ‘better player’ option when picking a driver out of the three available from Callaway. Before considering whether the Sub Zero is the model for you we, what are the similarities between the Rogue family of drivers? Upgraded jailbreak
Last year ‘Jailbreak’ technology was seen in the Great Big Bertha EPIC driver for the first time and in the 12 months that have past it has set Callaway free to break out in a new direction with their driver design. The Rogue Driver signifies the best
When you put the two models of the Titleist 818 hybrid down next to each other it’s immediately apparent that the Titleist 818 H1 is aimed at the game improver and the H2 aimed at the better player. One thing they share though
TaylorMade M3 and M4 driver won on the PGA Tour within a few weeks of their launch and both feature TaylorMade’s breakthrough technology TwistFace. But which one should you pick? To help you decide we caught up with the man who lead the design of the new
Available at Retail: 26/01/2018
You could easily imagine the wedge department of the Callaway factory would be a very quiet affair with Roger Cleveland and the guys with their feet up sipping coffee and relaxing. After all, really what is there to a wedge? Right? Wrong! There's a whole lot more
Available at Retail: 09/02/2018
Callaway have pitched their new Rogue drivers as an updated, and even more forgiving alternative to the still popular Great Big Bertha EPIC. But is it? And more importantly, should you upgrade?
Let’s get one thing clear from the off, 2017 was a truly EPIC year for
The new TaylorMade M4 driver is the striped back, grip-it and rip-it sister to the M3; and like the M3 it features TaylorMade’s revolutionary Twist Face technology. By designing and engineering Twist Face, TaylorMade has rewritten an entire chapter of the driver design handbook. A chapter which
The new TaylorMade M3 driver is another leap forward in driver design. Just when you thought every possible innovation had already been done, TaylorMade has come along and rewritten an entire chapter. A chapter which had been dormant for 130 years. Since the 1880's Bulge and Roll
If you're panicking, wondering what is the difference between TaylorMade's 2017 M1 driver (that you bought less than a year ago) and the new 2018 M3 is, then don’t worry. Read on and you’ll realise that the answer to the question you’re asking yourself – “Do I need
Available at Retail: 12/01/2018
As a brand, Wilson has won more Major's than any other, largely down to their heritage in premium, forged irons. And in the C300 Forged irons they are bringing their successful Power Holes concept into the forged head of a single figure handicappers iron that could well
The Wilson Staff C300 fairway wood and hybrid extend the 2018 metal wood family and complete the Power Hole technology story through the entire bag. Like the driver above them, the fairway and hybrid have a classy matte red finish and are compact at address – a look
The new Wilson C300 are an evolution of the C200 which first introduced us to Power Holes. In the D300, there’s just a lot more. A grand total of 10 Power Holes, including a double row on the sole.
The theory behind the urethane filled slots is
The new Wilson Staff C300 driver is going against a perceived tide of game improvement clubs only from the Chicago-based manufacturer – that’s right this one is for the better player too! This club is for the fast swinging, better player as well as the game improver. Basically,
The Spider Tour Red is has been made famous on Tour after featuring in the bags of guys like Dustin Johnson, Jason Day, Jon Rahm, and Sergio Garcia so it makes sense to see some of TaylorMade most popular head shapes from their
Available at Retail: 16/04/2018
When it comes to innovation in golf clubs few can match the research and development team within Cobra. The new KING Forged Tec One irons feature a combination of new technologies aimed at the 10 handicaps and below market.
The ‘TEC’ in the name stands for Technology
Cobra’s product line up in recent years has been full of clubs that are packed to the brim with the latest and greatest technology. However, with their new KING Forged CB and MB irons they’ve stripped back all the bells and whistles leaving a pure, players’ iron.
The original Cobra KING utility iron emerged on the market in 2017 and caused quite a stir as the first adjustable loft iron club. For 2018, Cobra has added to the family for 2018 in the form of the KING Utility Black iron
Available at Retail: 01/02/2018
As a general rule Cobra love to cram their product offerings full to the brim of the latest and greatest tech and the KING F8 driver is no different. Leading the way in the ‘new’ category is the total re work how the
It’s great to see the rails on the sole of the Cobra KING F7 fairway woods have been retained for the F8 and F8+ models. Not only have the rails been retained, they've been made a little prominent than before and brought closer
We gave the rails on the underside of the Cobra KING F7 hybrid a thumbs up last year so it’s great to see they’ve been retained on the new KING F8 and f8 ONE Length models. The KING F8 hybrid sees those rails
When it comes to innovation none of the other manufacturers even come close. With their KING F8 irons Cobra is addressing the needs of the mid to high handicapper, or game improver by giving them a set of distance irons with three different
The Cobra KING F8+ driver is the lower spinning, 440cc headed brother of the standard KING F8. True to the Tour Inspired ethos the King F8+ is heavier than the standard version and has a MyFly adjustable hosel spanning the loft range 8°
Cobra is continuing to develop it ONE Length family of golf clubs with the new F8 ONE Length irons. The theory is quite simple – cut each iron in your set to the same length and make the same swing whether you’re hitting a
Like the Olympic Games, Callaway Apex MB irons come around every four years and are worth waiting for! The Callaway Apex MB irons are an evolution of a classic and are designed for the golfing purist, the centre striker, or the elite player.
After five years the X-Forged iron from Callaway is back! Previous releases in 2008, 2009, and 2013 were extremely popular with some players still using the latter on Tour the new X Forged iron is an evolution of a classic – with some revolutionary technology.
Available at Retail: 16/10/2017
The new M CGB iron from TaylorMade is a giant iron set that mid to high handicappers will love. CGB stands for Centre of Gravity Back and appeared last in a TaylorMade iron set 10 years ago in the R7 CGB. This new version sits alongside
Available at Retail: 04/09/2017
There's no doubt, playing a blade and playing well with a blade is golfing utopia. But even the very finest players will sometimes prioritise the need to maximize the percentages of just hitting a long, high, solid shot with their long irons – and the MP-18 MMC Fli-Hi
Mizuno MP irons are aimed at better golfers – there’s no denying it. However, there is a sizeable chunk of the single figure golfing market that will be looking at the Mizuno MP-18 irons range, adore them and really want to be able to play them. Well, with
Mizuno has brought a new range of MP irons to market for the low single golfer and standing proudly among them is the MP-18 SC or Split Cavity. The MP-18 SC iron is designed to be a shade more ‘forgiving’ than their purest offering, the MP18 blade
When Mizuno bring anything new to market you know it’s going to be of the highest quality – and the MP-18 irons are not an exception. The new MP-18 is a gentle remodelling of the same clean, forged muscle back blade which has changed little in a generation.
Available at Retail: 15/09/2017
Cleveland are looking to get back in the big time and with their new Launcher CBX irons – taking everything they know about making great wedges and applying it to iron design. For example, the dipping V shaped sole of the RTX-3 wedge, designed to work well from
Those in the younger generation will associate Cleveland with excellent wedges but there was a time, not so very long ago, when a Cleveland driver with a big step in the crown and made a very loud sound indeed was to be found in the bag of
Great news! Cleveland is back in the metal wood market. Eight years after the Launcher HiBore with its stepped crown and super-sized face the new Launcher HB has hit the racks. The stepped crown and supersonic sound have been replaced with a much more refined fairway wood
The new Cleveland Launcher HB irons are a hybrid iron set but do their best to present a pure iron look at address. The chrome top line stands out and with the blacked-out, contrast hybrid backing they do a great job in achieving this.
Available at Retail: 29/09/2017
The 2017 British Open will be remembered for one shot. Remember when Jordan Spieth conjured the spirit of Seve and hit an amazing recovery shot from out beside the Titleist Tour Truck? Well that was with a Titleist 718 T-MB Prototype, that has now been released to
The new Titleist 718 MB irons are that of the golfing purist; the ones we all look at and wish we we’re able to play. But in reality, average golfers don't strike it out the middle every time and golf club engineers have racked their brains to
The new Titleist 718 CB irons are cavity back irons for classy ball strikers. Aimed at the accomplished ball striker, the low single golfer who knows what they are doing. Like a grand piano; we can all bang out a few notes, but only the few can
It is not very often Titleist bring something brand new to the market. Last time out we had the T-MB irons and brand new for 2018 we’ve got the 718 AP3. It’s part of a new six model iron family from Titleist. So where does it fit,
The 718 range from Titleist is their biggest iron release ever so it could get confusing trying to tell them apart and which one is right for you. But don’t worry, we’re here to make things nice and simple. This time we are looking at the Titleist
As with all Titleist product launches, the 718 AP1 irons are right on time and an elegant refinement of what we saw 2 years ago. It must be difficult for them to resist the wham-bam, glitz and glory approach of other manufacturers who try to big up
The new TaylorMade P790 iron (released alongside the P730) gives TaylorMade four irons in the P for Players family, all distinguish by blade length.
The P790 has a 79mm blade (the longest in the family), and features several manufacturing processes new to TaylorMade. These are geared
The P730 iron started as a one off test set made in Carlsbad for Rory McIlroy at The Masters and was next edited in a set for Justin Rose at the Irish Open. But now that the fine tuning is complete, they are available to us
The Tour Preferred EF wedge from TaylorMade is a very classic looking wedge. Constructed form 1025 carbon steel the EF in the name stands for the Electro Formed, Nickle Cobalt grooves. The key to this wedge though is the Tour grind, a subtle C-grind on the sole that allows the
The TaylorMade SLDR S was a special edition, reverse paint colour, version of the original SLDR with a few small upgrades. The SLDR S fairway has a shallower face and larger head size than the original making it very easy to hit from the tee or into the green. This
The TaylorMade ATV is the wedge equivalent of an All-Terrain Vehicle, one that can be used for a multitude of shots from a multitude of lies. The ATV is a one wedge suits all solution with a sole that can be sat square or lay flat depending on the shot
Srixon are making a play for a dominant share of the European hardware market with a full range for all types of golfer. So where do the Z355 irons fit and who are they for?
Aimed at a broad range of golfers would come under the classification to high launch
Srixon are making a play for a dominant share of the European hardware market with a full range for all types of golfer. So where so the Z355 driver fit and who is it for?
The Srixon Z355 driver comes accompanied by the phrase Action Mass Technology which is finding
Srixon are making a play for a dominant share of the European hardware market with a full range for all types of golfer. So where so the Z155 irons fit and who are they for?
Simply put the Srixon Z155 irons are aimed at mid to high handicappers. They are
On the surface, with their matte chrome finish the iBlade and i200 irons from Ping are two of the most aesthetic on the market. But which one should make its way into your bag?
The Ping iBlade is Ping’s better player club. It is very minimalist in its look with
The JPX900 family of irons continues the JPX story of game improvement and easy to hit but in an offering, that will appeal to the better players through the Forged and Tour models.
The more traditional JPX iron, the Hot Metal, is designed to be the most forgiving of the
The Mizuno JPX900 driver is a dream come true for anyone who like to play around with the setting available. In total, there are four parallel rails, two moveable 8-gram weights and an aluminium sole plate.
The weights can be moved around to adjust centre of gravity location from, front
The Cobra KING F7+ is aimed at high swing speed players. With a head size of 450cc it is slightly smaller than the standard F7 driver but shares much of the same technology. The main technology is the 3 weight screws in the sole; one 12-gram and two 2-gram. With
If help you to decide which Cobra KING F7 driver is right for you (standard or plus) The Doc put them to the test side-by-side.
Both the F7 and F7+ move away from the sliding weight concept of the F6 range, instead offering adjustability in the form of 3 weight
The Doc was delighted to finally get his hands on the KING F7 irons from Cobra and put it them to the test on the range. Beneath the confidence inspiring toppling on the KING F7 irons is a system Cobra calls TecFlo, where four different head designs and constructions are
The Doc was delighted to finally get his hands on the new EPIC driver, with its Jailbreak technology, and put it through its paces on the range.
The key engineering feature in this headline driver from Callaway is the Jailbreak technology that sits behind the face. There are two 3-gram
Available at Retail: 18/08/2017
The Cobra F Max One Length irons are an intriguing Super Game Improvement product from Cobra. With their F Max line Cobra is throwing everything in their armoury into ensuring the beginners, occasional players and those of us without the brute force of Tour pros
The Cobra F Max irons feature the best of Super Game Improvement technology but on a diet, making these clubs super lightweight as well as super easy to hit!
Cobra say that over 80% percent of all golfers fall into the high handicap category and with
The KING Oversize hybrid is Cobra’s first ever hybrid with PWRSHELL™ Face and TeXtreme® Carbon crown that delivers easy-up launch and maximum forgiveness for golfers in the game improvement category. Their largest hybrid pairs forgiveness with precision to give you more distance and accuracy on every
Available at Retail: 15/08/2017
The O-Works Red line of putters looks to strengthen Odyssey's grip on the putter market by offering some of the most popular shapes, like the 2-ball, #1 and #7 that have all won countless tournaments. There's also some new ones including an innovative alternative on the
The Titleist 913Fd is a low spinning fairway wood with a larger head and deeper face than its little brother – the 913F fairway wood. The 180cc Fd head is 31cc bigger than the standard version, allowing a profile that encourages more use off the tee.
The centre of gravity is
Here we go. It’s time to put the Mizuno JPX850 and Mizuno JPX900 drivers side-by-side on the range and see how they compare. But first let’s recap the technology they share, and the differences.
The key technology in both drivers in on the underside. There are several weight slots or
Inspired by Bryson DeChambeau, the Cobra KING F7 ONE Length irons are a set of irons that are all the same length – a 7-iron length. The theory behind this is that by putting the same swing on each iron you strike the ball more consistently and thus make the game
The Doc was delighted to finally get his hands on the Callaway Big Bertha Epic Sub Zero. It's time to stop the talking and see how it performed in the real world.
Let's quickly remind ourselves of the tech. The EPIC Sub Zero version is the lower spinning model with
The Doc was delighted to finally get his hands on the Cobra KING F7 driver. It's time to stop the talking and see how it performed in the real world.
A quick recap of the tech. The Cobra KING F7 driver moves away from the sliding weights of its predecessors
The Doc was excited to get his hands on this amazing game improvement set from Adams, the idea irons from 2014.
Looking at the technology there’s three different head designs throughout the set. The 3, 4, and 5 iron are full hybrids to help get the ball up in the
Available at Retail: 14/07/2017
The iconic Steelhead Plus fairway from Callaway is back! Callaway is bringing modern technology and power to a classic head shape in the form of the Steelhead XR fairway wood. Fans of the original styling are in for a treat as the classic look and shape,
High launch with low spin is the Holy Grail in driver design and TaylorMade made a huge step towards this when the spin killing SLDR and SLDR S drivers came out, along with the tag line 'Loft Up'.
The TaylorMade SLDR S (for ‘Special Edition) is a reverse colour scheme
As club design evolves and hybrids, in particular, begin to vary in size and shape more and more, there is a growing pocket of golfers who are simply after a long iron with a bit more forgiveness. Enter the 712U driving iron from Titleist.
The Titleist 712U is a high
Available at Retail: 01/07/2017
The new S5 Connect is the most technologically advanced product in the Motocaddy range and a world ‘first’ in the trolley market. Easily linked to the fully-featured Motocaddy GPS App via a Bluetooth® connection the trolley’s digital display shows front, middle and back distances to the
Mizuno is known for its forging process and making incredible irons. However, it’s easy to forget that these practises can also be applied to make some of the best wedges around too. And this is what they’ve done with the MP-T7.
Whereas most wedges are cast (some with a forged
Available at Retail: 16/06/2017
It's fair to say the EPIC Driver with its Jailbreak technology was a massive success for Callaway and now comes the EPIC hybrid to join the party.
While you will see a nod to the jailbreak bar theme in the sole of this hybrid, that face bracing technology that is
Callaway broke out of jail and passed Go with their Epic Driver and are now aiming for a complete Monopoly with the EPIC Pro irons.
Jailbreak technology pioneered by Callaway's Dr. Alan Hocknell and his team has found its way into the new EPIC Pro irons
Callaway broke out of jail and passed Go with their Epic Driver and are now aiming for a complete Monopoly with the EPIC irons.
Jailbreak technology pioneered by Callaway's Dr. Alan Hocknell and his team has found its way into the new EPIC irons which are
The Yonex EZONE XPG fairway wood features a carbon fibre crown to lower the CG location to dial up the forgiveness. To further aide this is a counter balance weight in the sole as well as in the top of the grip – while also adding club speed and power.
The Yonex EZONE XPG drive falls into the distance category and achieves this by optimising a high launch with low spin. The crown is carbon graphite low the CG to help launch while the sole weigh is not as far back as some other models which help keep the spin
The Wilson Staff D300 is a refreshingly minimal driver with certain stand up and smash it appeal. There is a low and back weight port for easy launch and maximum forgiveness. The head is 460cc and looks enormous at address. A variable thickness face to maintain distance on off-centre
Key to the Ping G Series hybrid is the head design. Constructed of Carpenter 455 steel (designed to be thinner yet stronger) allows the face to feature variable thickness technology for more balls speed across the whole surface than its competitors.
Behind the ball the profile is bigger than you’d
The Wilson Staff D250 is a distance inspired set of irons which fall into the game improvement category. The heads are oversized and feature hell and toe weight pods which add forgiveness and help to square the face up at impact. There is also ‘Speed Sole’ technology which is there
The Cobra MAX irons are aimed at mid to high handicapper and are categorised as game improvement clubs. The unique selling point and attraction of the set is the TechFlo system which give three different head constructions within the same set. The long irons are half hollow and have a
Available at Retail: 20/07/2017
To commemorate Jimmy's win at last year's USPGA Championship at Baltusrol FootJoy is making available a limited number of pairs of all Black HyperFlex II golf shoes. Not previously available to retail and only available to Jimmy after he painted the white outsole black to create
Available at Retail: 18/05/2017
The Cobra King Oversized hybrid is designed to complement the King Oversized irons. They come under the game improvement umbrella as a direct long iron replacement. Compared to the nerve jangling look of a long iron, the King OS Hybrid has a big, borderline fairway wood,
Available at Retail: 23/01/2017
The Cobra KING F7 irons feature four very different club head designs within the set to make the game easier and club perform where they need to. They follow the Cobra F6 line that was easy to hit and had a thicker top line to inspire
Bryson DeChambeau has been playing with single length irons all his career and it has lead him from US Amateur Champion to the PGA Tour, so it makes sense that his club manufacturer to bring his thinking to market. Every club in the set is the
There is so much going on in the new Cobra KING F7 driver. It features a 3-weight centre of gravity system to adjust launch condition – higher/lower and left/right ball flights. There is a 12-gram weight and two 2-gram weights included. Put the 12-gram in the back of the club head
The Cobra KING F7+ driver is a leaner, meaner version of the Cobra KING F7 driver that is designed for the better player and faster swing speeds.
Like the normal F7 the F7+ features a 3-weight centre of gravity adjusting system, optimised in the KING F7+ for low launch and
Available at Retail: 30/09/2016
The Callaway Fusion fairway wood is the most forgiving Callaway has ever produced, all thanks to its triaxial carbon crown and the weight savings this brings, about 20-grams. This saving allows the engineers to further increase the resistance to twisting at impact or MOI to help
Callaway’s Big Bertha OS irons belong in the super game improvement category would have been almost impossible to produce commercially a few years ago due to the technology and construction that goes into them.
The main body of the club is the secret to its success.
Available at Retail: 16/09/2016
Competition is fierce in the game improvement category with all the manufacturers having an offering for the beginner golfer. The JPX900 Hot Metal is Mizuno’s offering for 2017 and as with all Mizuno irons they ooze quality and class. All the things you expect from a
If you ask any fan of Mizuno irons about their better player lines they'll point you straight to the MP range of forged blades. But now, there's a JPX (Mizuno's game improvement range) carrying that 'Tour' logo.
The JPX line from Mizuno is usually reserved for
Available at Retail: 02/09/2016
To look at the Callaway XR hybrid is a classic golf club, no exterior moving weights or adjustability. All the tech is on the inside leaving a clean lines and confidence inspiring look at address. The Steelhead XR is a classic looking hybrid with some weight
The Big Bertha OS hybrid, like their iron counterparts, are classed as super game improvement clubs, jam-packed full of technology that help you hit the ball higher, longer and straighter. The Big Bertha OS hybrids have a big club head to house a huge face that
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