Was Nike able to improve on Matt’s favorite shoe of 2013, the Lunar Control? Read this review to find out.
Tour Edge Exotics proves once again that they’re more than just a fairway wood company. Check out this review of the outstanding CB PROh driving iron.
Surprise, the new Ping i25 continues the evolution of great fairway woods from one of the best known names in golf. Bill takes a minute to let you know why this is a club that’s worth looking at.
Bill may have knocked his current irons out of the bag with the X2 Hot Pro irons from Callaway. Read his take on some of the newest irons from Callaway here.
Though we all want to play the same gear as the pros, sometimes it isn’t a fit. The Fujikura Speeder 569 is the Speeder that will be as successful at your local muni as its big brother is on Tour.
Looking to get rid of your anchored putter, gain more control in your putting stroke, or to just become a better putter? Check out Bill’s review on the new Boccieri Heavy Putter EL Series.
Recreational players have recognized the quality of Wilson Staff golf balls for years. With the new FG Tour ball receiving a gold from the Golf Digest Hot List, maybe better players will take Wilson Staff seriously, too.
Looking to replace your long irons? The Adams Pro DHy gives you the best characteristics of an iron but with the forgiveness of a hybrid.
In the Nike Covert 2.0 Forged irons, Bill finds a club that offers a significant distance boost without making sacrifices in terms of looks, feel, or control.
Plugged In Golf has already reviewed Xenon’s handmade putters, but now we bring you a review of Xenon’s more affordable CNC offering. Read the review to find out if it’s still worth buying.