If you’re one of the thousands of golfers who loved the PING K15, listen up: PING has finally created that club’s successor. The PING G30 SF Tec combines all the high performance of the G30 driver with a little added help to get your banana balls flying straight down the middle.
Across the spectrum from the Kiyoshi Black is the OBAN Kiyoshi Purple. With more kick than a kung fu movie, this shaft is a Tour favorite in fairway woods and drivers.
The 3F12 from 3Up Golf is further proof that you don’t need to spend big money to get big performance from your golf ball.
If you’re looking for a simple rubber grip, you have lots of choices. If you want a rubber grip that’s going to last for a full season or more, you need look no further than the PURE Pro.
Fourteen may not be a household name in the US, but that hasn’t stopped them from bringing innovative design to their expertly crafted wedges. Find out more in this review.
Love him or hate him, there is no bigger name in putters than Scotty Cameron. In this review, we break down one of his latest offerings, the Select Newport 2, to let you know whether it’s worth the hype.
If you want a consistent hybrid, the PING G30 should be at the top of your list. This is a club that defies the “game improvement” category that many put the G series in.
Though there are many imitators, the company at the center of the big putter grip trend is undoubtedly SuperStroke. Find out why their grips are racking up millions on professional tours and why you might want to put one on your flat stick as well.
Golfers have never had more choices for how to get their yardages. From smartphone apps to lasers, it may seem that a GPS watch is a dated idea, but the SkyCaddie LINX may offer enough functionality and convenience to convince you otherwise.
If you need more club head speed and distance from the fairway, the lightest Big Bertha ever may be the answer.