Some players want their hybrids to be precision instruments. Others just want a club they can hit a long way. If you’re in the second group, check out the TaylorMade AeroBurner Rescue.
What’s new about the latest X-Series driver from Callaway? Light weight and a faster crown. See if those upgrades helped Matt find more distance.
TaylorMade’s R15 fairway wood packs the sliding weight adjustability of last year’s SDLR driver. Is this a meaningful upgrade or is it just change for the sake of change?
“Best wedges ever” is a bold claim, but it’s one that Matt is prepared to defend. In this review, find out why Edel wedges are firmly in his bag.
According to Rory McIlroy, the newest edition of Matt’s favorite shoe is lighter, lower to the ground, more comfortable, and has better traction. Find out if Matt agrees in this review.
If you take your putting practice seriously, this review is an absolute must-read. The Perfect Putter has the ability to take your practice green sessions to the next level.
Odyssey used all their latest and greatest advancements plus a wealth of configuration options to create the Works putter series. Find out in this review if that’s the recipe for great putting or not.
If you want to play a lighter shaft to gain speed, but hate the thought of giving up consistency, the Fujikura SIX is exactly what you’re looking for.
If you’re one of the golfers smart enough to want all the forgiveness and distance that you can get in your irons, you need to take a close look at the new Wilson Staff D200 irons.
You’ll be excused if you didn’t even realize that Bridgestone Golf made clubs – it’s been a while since they’ve released much of anything. However, expect the new J15 hybrid to make a lot of noise.