The original Wilson Staff Duo was so much fun to hit that, for many golfers, it went from their winter ball to their full time ball. For 2015, Wilson Staff has made the Duo even softer and developed a counterpart, the Duo Spin.
Bettinardi is best-known for making some of the finest putters in golf. Now they’re using their precision manufacturing to create forged wedges.
Last year’s Big Bertha Alpha was a technological marvel, but not forgiving enough for everyone. The new Big Bertha Alpha 815 adds that missing forgiveness.
With the Futura X5 and X5R, Scotty Cameron adds his signature aesthetic to a proven head shape. Are these putters worth upgrading your Odyssey for? Find out in this review.
TaylorMade is bringing back the Burner name. Is it also bringing back the magic of those classic drivers?
Titleist took an “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” approach with their latest fairway woods. Find out if that’s a good thing in this review.
If your local forecast calls for another three months without golf, check out the ProInfinity Putting Mat. It offers realistic putting practice to keep your flat stick sharp on point throughout the winter.
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.