Titleist Vokey wedges are always one of the top wedges in golf, and the new SM5 aims to keep up the tradition. Read Plugged In Golf’s review here to find out what Bill thinks of the latest Vokey wedges.
Love seeing your swing on video, but hate the inconvenience of shooting video on your own? We have found the answer, and it’s called FeedbacK.
This year, we’ve seen a lot of fairway woods that are meant to be used off the tee, but we haven’t seen a single one that’s as long as the PING Rapture. If you want to replace your driver or just get more distance out of your 3W, this is the way to go.
Looking to stay cool on the course? The new ClimaChill line from Adidas is just what you’re searching for.
Last year, Cobra’s Amp Cell irons set a high bar for performance from a game improvement iron. Can this year’s BiO Cell iron surpass them? Read Bill’s review to find out what he thinks.
It’s hard to improve on perfection, but the Clicgear 3.5+ push cart has done just that. Read this review to find out what makes the 3.5+ superior to its predecessors and all other carts.
TRUE Linkswear is no longer content with replacing your golf shoes, they want to replace your gym shoes, too. Once you try the lyt breathe, you may want to let them.
While the other Treetops courses are certainly deserving of their high regard, the less-hyped Tradition Course is no slouch. In this review, we’ll explain why this is anything but a filler course.
In a year of irons that go a long, long way, the Wilson Staff D100 ES irons have a top gear that no other club can touch. If you want distance and forgiveness, this sets need to be on your short list.
The look got the internet buzzing, and the performance has it in Tour bags across the globe. Check out Matt’s review to see if the Fujikura Pro deserves a spot in your driver as well.