It’s tough for a club to meet the needs of the average golfer and the desires of the better player, but the Nike Vapor Flex hybrid does exactly that.
Callaway’s recent fairway wood efforts have been excellent. Can the XR continue that trend of improvement or is it a step back? Find out here.
Sometimes old news is the best news. Take a look at Sun Mountain’s newest Three 5 evolution in the new Zero-G stand bag.
With it’s smaller head size and neutral CoG, the R15 will have many admirers, but only those with quality ball striking skills should be bagging this.
Bridgestone is well known as the industry leader in golf ball fitting, and their nearly 300,000 fittings have given them huge amounts of data on everyday golfers. They put that information to great use with their new e Series golf balls.
If you like getting more for your money, you’re going to love the Leupold GX-1i2 laser rangefinder. It brings top-tier performance with a budget friendly price.
Wilson Staff’s Tour-validated Infinite putters may be the most under-priced pieces of equipment on the market. If you want value from your flat stick, the search starts and ends here.
With their fashion industry background and unique materials, Rose & Fire craft headcovers unlike anything else on the market.
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.