In a move that won’t exactly drop your jaw, Adams has released another rock-solid hybrid. If you’ve got the game for it, the Adams Pro hybrid can help you #OwnTheSecondShot
Whether you want to practice at home or get more out of your sessions at the local driving range, Range To Go is a great new product that you need to check out.
The TaylorMade SLDR S takes all the best traits of the SLDR and offers them at a lower price for the recreational golfer. Check out Matt’s review to see if this driver needs to be in your bag this season.
With a slotted sole and cross-cavity stability, Adams new XTD iron is one of the most forgiving irons in history. This review breaks down this highly advanced game improvement offering.
Is the Cobra BiO CELL+ Fairway Wood the best fairway wood that Cobra’s released in recent history? Read Bill’s review to see what he thinks!
First Bill told you what he thought about the Bettinardi BB1, but in this review he takes on its counter balanced brother, the BB1 CB.
Distance and consistency are two things golfers always want more of. Can the Ground Force Trainer deliver them? Matt gives you the answer in this review.
TaylorMade offers up a space age looking head as their latest counter balance putter. Read Bill’s review to see if he thinks the game matches its looks.
The man behind this hybrid, Michael Vrska, designed some of Adams best hybrids ever, so the expectations here are sky high. Read this review to see if the FG Tour M3 hybrid meets them.
Nike’s latest wedges go beyond your standard wedge release by offering one of the most extreme sole grinds ever seen in an OEM wedge.