Tired of fairway woods that think they’re drivers? Looking for a club with real versatility? Check out the Wilson Staff FG Tour M3 fairway wood.
Speeder technology in a super lightweight package? A sub-50 gram shaft that doesn’t play like a wet noodle? Yes, smooth swingers, your prayers have been answered.
The SLDR Mini Driver is probably the most-hyped “fairway driver” of 2014, but is it the one that belongs in your bag? Find out what Matt thinks in this review.
2014’s most forgiving iron is also one of 2014’s longest irons – the PING Karsten irons.. That combination can only be achieved through the exceptional engineering we’ve come to expect from PING.
Lamkin meant business when they introduced the new Lamkin UTx all-weather grip. Read Bill’s review to see if he thinks this grip stacks up to all the hype.
Forget about the lack of a big name and the “nitrogen-charged” bit – the PowerBilt Air Force One is a serious driver that’s really fun to hit. Check out our review.
With the Covert 2.0 iron, Nike delivers a well-rounded game improvement club that golfers of many different skill levels can play and enjoy.
The original 3Deep inspired a wave of imitators. Have any of them taken the throne, or is the 3Deep still king of the fairway drivers? Find out in this review.
When it comes to cool, Kikkor Golf is one of the first places you should look. Bill reviews the Kikkor Tour Elite and tells you why you should try them out for yourself.
If you’re a fader or slicer of the golf ball, the newest offering from UST may be your missing Element.