In a year of irons that go a long, long way, the Wilson Staff D100 ES irons have a top gear that no other club can touch. If you want distance and forgiveness, this sets need to be on your short list.
The look got the internet buzzing, and the performance has it in Tour bags across the globe. Check out Matt’s review to see if the Fujikura Pro deserves a spot in your driver as well.
Space-age mallets get most of the hype in the putter world, but Bettinardi never forgets about the players who prefer a timeless look. In this review, we take a look at their classic Bettinardi BB1F.
Some fairway woods make you choose between distance and versatility. The TaylorMade SLDR S fairway wood gives you both. Find out how in this review.
Nike’s new Lunar Clayton golf shoe is unquestionably one of the most stylish releases of 2014. In this review, Drew tells you if they have the on-course performance to match their looks.
What happens when you take one of the most popular wedges and add a super-versatile sole grind? You have a wedge so good, even staffers from other OEMs put it in the bag. Get the full story on Callaway’s Mack Daddy 2 Tour Grind wedge here.
The Robert Trent Jones designed Masterpiece Course at Treetops Resort in Michigan is aptly named. Read this review to find out why it’s one of the best in the midwest.
Matt liked the TaylorMade SLDR S enough to put it into the bags of his brother and dad. Find out if he thinks it should be in yours, too.
Cobra Golf has created a fairway wood that falls into an interesting place within the fairway wood market. Read Bill’s review to find out what he thinks about the new BiO CELL fairway wood.
Wilson Staff’s popular C-series irons get updated with all the distance that you’ll need, solid looks, and plenty of forgiveness for the days that you’re not at your best.