If one sliding weight is good, two must be better, right? That’s what TaylorMade is banking on with their new R15 driver.
Titleist combines technological advances with their traditional good looks in their 915 metal woods. See if that makes for a great hybrid in this review.
We found that the TaylorMade RSi1 couldn’t live up to its hype. Did the RSi2 fare better in our exhaustive testing? Find out here.
The Srixon Z 545 is the best driver you’re not currently thinking about trying. Read this review, then head out and give one a try.
The Adams brand was built on the original Tight Lies. This newest version is still easy to hit, but adds in big time distance.
For 2015, the Speeder franchise has been upgraded with new materials and a totally different feel. Find out if this version lives up to the legendary name in this review.
As slots in the sole become commonplace, TaylorMade takes it to the next level by putting slots in the face of their new irons. The question is, do they make a meaningful difference?
The addition of the Active Recoil Channel is one of the most significant changes to a Titleist driver in years. Does it lead to meaningful improvements or is this another driver meant only for better players?
Miura irons represent the pinnacle of looks and feel, and they pack in serious performance as well. See what their latest iron, the CB57, offers in this review.
Want to play an Aldila Rogue like the world’s best, but not ready to plunk down $800 for the Tour version? Check out the our review of the new Rogue Silver and Rogue Black to see if they can offer the same performance on a tighter budget.