When Kikkor says that the Selects are their “most complete shoe ever,” they mean it. Find out what the Selects offer that most spikeless shoes don’t in this review.
With the industry’s best face technology and an ultra-stable head, PING’s new Ketsch makes a compelling case for “Best Putter of 2014.”
Rigorously tested and amazingly hot, the Adams XTD is a driver built for maximum distance. See if it found a way into Bill’s bag in this review.
The TaylorMade Tour Preferred MB’s are Bill’s favorite TM iron since ’09, but they aren’t for the faint of heart. Read Bill’s review to get the full story!
Have you heard of Vega Golf and their forged wedges yet? If not, you should read Bill’s review of the Vega VW-08 wedgeand find out what you’re missing out on.
They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch, but apparently there is such a thing as an awesome free golf GPS for your phone. It’s called GolfLogix.
Rife Golf tries to give longtime Rife fans another chance to fall in love. Read our review to see if Bill thinks the Barbados 2.0 putter stands up to the original.
Has Nike made one of the most perfect spikeless shoes to date? Read Bill’s review to find out what he really thinks of the Nike TW14 Mesh golf shoe.
This simply isn’t your daddy’s Mizuno. With huge forgiveness (and size), the JPX-EZ is designed for players who thought they’d never play a Mizuno.
We try to avoid hyperbole here at PluggedInGolf.com, but it’s difficult when a club is this good. Read Bill’s review of the Miura KM-007 only if you want to become very, very jealous.