The latest addition to the Big Bertha line up is the V Series, aka: Skinny Bertha. This light weight driver might be just the thing to add more MPHs to your swing and more yards to your drive.
The G25 driver was the best all-around driver we’ve ever reviewed. Was PING able to improve on it with the G30? In this review, Matt gives you the answer.
Rigorously tested and amazingly hot, the Adams XTD is a driver built for maximum distance. See if it found a way into Bill’s bag in this review.
The TaylorMade SLDR S takes all the best traits of the SLDR and offers them at a lower price for the recreational golfer. Check out Matt’s review to see if this driver needs to be in your bag this season.
Bill took on Cobra’s latest beast of a driver and had surprising results. Read his review to find out more.
The SLDR Mini Driver is probably the most-hyped “fairway driver” of 2014, but is it the one that belongs in your bag? Find out what Matt thinks in this review.
Forget about the lack of a big name and the “nitrogen-charged” bit – the PowerBilt Air Force One is a serious driver that’s really fun to hit. Check out our review.
Wilson Staff isn’t just an iron company anymore. With the FG Tour M3 series, they’re announcing themselves as a serious player in drivers, FWs, and hybrids, too. Our review of the M3 line starts with the big dog.
Earlier this year, we reviewed the SLDR 430 and found it to be a club best left to strong drivers of the golf ball. Today we look at the SLDR 460, the “low, forward CG” driver for the rest of us.
Cobra fans rejoice! The BiO CELL Plus offers the eye-popping aesthetics you’ve come to expect from Cobra in a smaller head designed to appeal to the better players.