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.
Cleveland’s new 588 Custom driver proves that you don’t need hype to perform. Check out one of the best performing drivers of 2014 here.
Golf’s Alpha Female is back, and she has the most important advancement in adjustability in nearly a decade.
Cobra introduces their latest advancement in technology with new BiO CELL driver. PluggedInGolf.com puts this driver through its paces to see how it stacks up to the field.
Callaway knocked it out of the park with the original X Hot drivers. Bill reviews the X2 Hot to see if Callaway was able to do it again.
While it isn’t the most hyped driver of the year, the fitting technology that comes along with the i25 may make it the most significant. Forget everything you think you know about the PING i series and read this review.
Everyone knows that #BerthasBack, but is she worth the hype? Matt gives you the full story on the rebirth of the legend in this review.
The hype that Nike built around the original Covert couldn’t be matched by the 2.0, but the younger brother turns the tables when it comes to performance. Matt believes this may be the best off the rack driver of 2014. Find out why.
TaylorMade’s JetSpeed combines their low and forward CG with easy-to-understand adjustability and exceptional accuracy.