Nike follows up one of its most successful fairway woods ever with the Nike Covert 2.0. Read our review to see what Plugged In Golf thinks of the next generation in Covert fairway woods.
Cobra introduces their latest advancement in technology with new BiO CELL driver. PluggedInGolf.com puts this driver through its paces to see how it stacks up to the field.
The KBS C-Taper iron was a favorite of the golf world, but how does updated KBS’s C-Taper 90 hold up the legacy? Read Plugged In Golf’s take here.
As if a new TaylorMade fairway wood wasn’t exciting enough, we added a Carly Rae Jepsen reference. How? Click this and find out.
Callaway knocked it out of the park with the original X Hot drivers. Bill reviews the X2 Hot to see if Callaway was able to do it again.
Silly golfer, low, forward CGs aren’t just for drivers. They can also make hybrids, like the TaylorMade SLDR Rescue, ridiculously long and easy to hit.
While it isn’t the most hyped driver of the year, the fitting technology that comes along with the i25 may make it the most significant. Forget everything you think you know about the PING i series and read this review.
What do you get when you combine an all-time classic putter style with one of the world’s premier putter makers? The 2014 Bettinardi BB1.
If you’ve never checked out Ecco golf shoes, it’s time you start. The Street EVO One maintains Ecco’s reputation for quality and adds out-of-the-box comfort.
Everyone knows that #BerthasBack, but is she worth the hype? Matt gives you the full story on the rebirth of the legend in this review.