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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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