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.
Check out this review to see if TaylorMade’s most sought after driver in years lives up to its hype.
50 Word or Less Orange. Really solid performance. Designed to launch low, spin low. Comes custom fit and built with Fujikura shafts for less than […]
“Distance Made Easy” Sounds good to me. Is it true? Find out in this review.
Bill takes a minute to tell you if the Taylormade RBZ Stage 2 is really RocketballzIER or if it’s just an updated paint job from last year’s Rocketballz driver.
If you’re interested in a driver that’s long and forgiving, you’ll want to check out the PING G25.