The latest training aid to earn the prestigious title “Training Aid That Works” is Martin Chuck’s Tour Striker Educator. This is a small, inexpensive training aid that you can use to fix almost any facet of your game.
The KBS C-Taper is a phenomenally accurate, low-launch, low-spin shaft that doesn’t sacrifice feel. Check out the full review to see if it’s a good fit for your game.
TaylorMade’s JetSpeed combines their low and forward CG with easy-to-understand adjustability and exceptional accuracy.
Whether you call it a Whiteboard, Ahina, or W Series, this line of Diamana shafts always delivers low spin and tight dispersion. In this review, Matt explains what makes the W Series different from its predecessors and why you might want one in your bag.
Want to know all about the mysterious putter that replaced Ian Poulter’s white hot flat stick? Bill has all the inside info in this review.
Check out this review to see if TaylorMade’s most sought after driver in years lives up to its hype.
Bill continues the search for an easy to use and affordable practice net. See if he thinks he found it in the Rukk Net.
Bill tells you all about Odyssey’s first putter with removable weights in this review of the Odyssey Protype iX putter.
For 2014, Bettinardi is rolling out an brand new BB Series of putters. We start our examination of this series with the reborn BB43.
Everyone goes crazy about the latest driver shafts, but what about the hybrids and fairway woods? With Accra’s DyMatch 2.0 shafts, no club is left behind.