Earlier this year, we reviewed the SLDR 430 and found it to be a club best left to strong drivers of the golf ball. Today we look at the SLDR 460, the “low, forward CG” driver for the rest of us.
The Bettinardi BB Series reviews continue with the Bettinardi BB32. Read Bill’s review to see how the BB32 stacks up to the rest of the lineup.
Bill already plays the Project X PXi, but now he’s trying out the even lighter Project X PX 95 Flighted iron shafts. Read our review to see if they hold their own in the Project X lineup.
Callaway had a hit with the X Hot fairway woods in 2013. Now they’re back with the X2 Hot Pro fairway woods in 2014. Read Bill’s review to see why you should check them out.
FootJoy’s new DNA golf shoe is their most intriguing shoe in years and it does not disappoint when it comes to performance.
Thanks to CRU Golf, you can have PGA Tour style even with if you’ve only got beer league game.
Is TaylorMade’s new SpeedBlade iron good enough to find a spot in Matt’s bag? Read this review and find out.
By doing everything from giving you perfect yardages to selecting your club for you, the Leupold GX-4i2 will quickly become your new best friend on the golf course.
By combining Tour-quality good looks with #Ridonkulong distance, Callaway has created a pair of hybrids that are at the top of a strong 2014 hybrid class.
The 757 is the legend of the Speeder family, but what about the golfers who don’t want 70+ grams in their driver shaft? Here comes the Speeder 661 to the rescue.