Can you get a reliable launch monitor for under $200? Yes. Learn more about the PRGR Black Portable Launch Monitor here.
The latest from Project X, the HZRDUS Smoke Black RDX and HZRDUS Smoke Blue RDX, raise the bar for this impressive series. Learn more here.
The HZRDUS Smoke Black upgrades the feel of the original without losing the low launch, low spin performance.
Can the new Streamsong Black live up to the high standards of the Red and Blue courses? We share our answer in this review.
Project X has been riding high on the success of their HZRDUS line. Now they deliver the EvenFlow as a counterpoint for players who crave a smoother feel.
We know that the Project X HZRDUS shafts have shown up in tons of drivers on Tour, but how to they stack up in hybrids? Matt explores that in this review.
If you can mash it off the tee like Nike’s Tour staff, check out the new RZN Tour Black. It can keep the spin low in the long game without robbing you of control around the greens.
Need a shaft to find fairways and keep spin low? If you have the swing speed, the HZRDUS Black is for you.
The trademark of recent Nike golf balls has been a steep spin slope. See if that holds true of their latest, the RZN Black, 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.