Can high performance, comfortable golf shoes be made of…rubber? Yes. Biion is creating a shoe that is utterly unique and worth checking out.
Tired of soft grips that are worn out after a couple long range sessions? Check out the PURE Grips P2 Wrap. It has soft feel plus PURE’s guaranteed durability.
Most golfers don’t need the ultra-stout Kiyoshi Black or the lively Kiyoshi Purple, they need the balanced performance of the OBAN Kiyoshi White. Find out more in this review.
Devereux is back for another apparel review at PluggedInGolf.com. Read our review to see if this is a new brand you should be paying attention to.
Like many training aids, Game-inglove makes some bold claims about its ability to fix swing flaws. Can it deliver on these promises? The answers are in this review.
Clicgear has already made the perfect push cart, the 3.5+. Now they are looking to bring their innovative designs to a broader market with the more affordable Rovic RV1C.
The Lamkin Crossline is one of the biggest staples in the golf grip industry. Read Bill’s review to find out what makes the Crossline such a good grip for anyone.
If you’re one of the thousands of golfers who loved the PING K15, listen up: PING has finally created that club’s successor. The PING G30 SF Tec combines all the high performance of the G30 driver with a little added help to get your banana balls flying straight down the middle.
Across the spectrum from the Kiyoshi Black is the OBAN Kiyoshi Purple. With more kick than a kung fu movie, this shaft is a Tour favorite in fairway woods and drivers.
The 3F12 from 3Up Golf is further proof that you don’t need to spend big money to get big performance from your golf ball.