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TPT Golf Shafts

Low handicappers take notice, there's a new high-end golf shaft that demands your attention. TPT Golf shafts recently arrived at major club fitters' locations and the response from those who pay close attention to their golf equipment has been nothing less than fantastic. TPT uses ...



Cleveland RTX-3 Wedges

It may be a little-known fact - unless you're an employee of the company or maybe one of their brand ambassadors - but Cleveland Wedges have won more Gold Medals in Golf Digest Hot List history than any other wedges. And now, you can add their new RTX-3 wedges to the list; and for sev...



Tour Edge Drivers and Fairways

Tour Edge may currently be one of the lesser known golf equipment companies out there, but players, including PGA Tour pros, have taken notice, especially with their fairways and hybrids. Especially on the Champions Tour where names such as Bart Bryant, Scott McCarron, Rocco Mediate, ...



Cure Tour X-3 Cure Putters -

Cure Putters have been tremendously successful with PGA Tour players over the past couple of years, especially those on the Champion's Tour. In fact, Jerry Kelly has had multiple victories with his Cure Putter since joining the Champions Tour. Kelly began using a CX1 model in the ...



PING G400 Drivers, Fairways and Hybrids

Late last year, PING introduced the G400 line of drivers, woods, hybrids and irons and all indications are that with this new lineup PING has really upped their game. We had the opportunity to test a new G400 driver, fairway and hybrid. G400 Driver The more streamlined sh...



Tour Edge Drivers and Fairways

Tour Edge may currently be one of the lesser known golf equipment companies out there, but players, including PGA Tour pros, have taken notice, especially with their fairways and hybrids. Especially on the Champions Tour where names such as Bart Bryant, Scott McCarron, Rocco Mediate a...



KING COBRA F8 Combo Irons

As with most golf equipment manufacturers, the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, FL serves as a springboard to introduce new gear. Cobra Golf was no exception. In addition to new lines of men's and women's golf apparel through their PUMA brand, Cobra introduced their latest golf equipm...



Cleveland TFI 2135 Satin Elevado

Cleveland Golf's new TFI 2135 Satin Elevado putter has a look similar to that of other two-pronged mallet putters on today's market, but that's about where the similarities end. Sure, the Elevado offers great feel and balance, but the copper face and 2135 alignment system add outstand...



Wilson D300 Irons Review

The Wilson Staff name is certainly making a comeback; no longer is it thought of as a brand that you can pick up at Kmart or Sam's Club. Their stable of young PGA Tour professionals has grown over the last couple of years as they realize the quality of this once fabled brand. Having a...



Cleveland Wedge Reviews

It has been said that 84% of today's golfers play with some sort of cavity backed irons in their bag. They are easier to hit, get the ball up higher and have more forgiveness. And these days, the average golfer most likely carries at least three wedges: a pitching wedge, sand wedge an...



Cobra KING F7 Driver

For 2017, Cobra introduces a new KING Driver, the F7. With the F7, Cobra has created 3 drivers in one. They've gotten away from the moveable slider weight in the F6, and gone with a moveable weight system, which creates 3 center of gravity (CG) settings - and saves weight. Each settin...



Cure CX3 Putter Review

Since Cure Putters became a serious contender in the highly competitive putter industry a few years ago, their extremely high MOI putters have become well known on the Champions, PGA, and LPGA Tours. For 2017, Cure has launched the CX3 line in three different models: CX1, CX2 and CX3....



PING i200 Irons Review

You may have seen the new PING i200 irons in the bags of a couple of PING staffers, Lee Westwood and Ted Purdy. And, at first glance, they might be mistaken for a past model, the S55 irons with the semi-muscle back T-bar. But make no mistake about it, this is the PING look of the futu...



Callaway's New Great Big Bertha Epic Driver Review

Every year, about the end of January, I return home from the annual PGA Show in Orlando Florida, having seen the latest and greatest innovations in golf equipment. And every year, ask myself, are these things really going to make a difference for the average golfer. For the most part ...



Callaway Great Big Bertha Epic Driver

Callaway's New Great Big Bertha Epic Driver - Changing the Game...Again! Every year, about the end of January, I return home from the annual PGA Show in Orlando Florida, having seen the latest and greatest innovations in golf equipment. And every year, ask myself, are these thi...



Exotics EX10 Driver - A Material Advantage

Tour Edge Golf, Golf's Most Solid Investment, officially introduces the 2017 Exotics product line; EX10. Commencing the new launch is the EX10 adjustable driver. Advertising a material advantage the EX10 driver features a new lighter-weight 8-1-1 titanium chassis and new Japanese TSP ...



Air Force One Air Foil Fairway Wood Review

For this of you not familiar with the name, Air Force One golf equipment has been around since 2009 and was once part of the Powerbilt family. Not too long ago, the companies split and Air Force One shed the Powerbilt name and struck out on their own, taking with them Powerbilt...



Air Force Air Foil 3 Fairway Wood Review

Lately, I have avoided conducting golf equipment reviews due to my loyalty for one of the major golf brands. Coincidentally, I was approached to demo the Air Foil 3 wood, to which I obliged as I recently pulled my fairway wood from my bag due to a wicked case of the low duck hooks. ...



King Oversize Irons

Back in the 1990's, when Cobra introduces their first version of the King Cobra Oversize irons, they were an instant hit, especially with those that made less than perfect contact most of the time. The larger sweet spot meant that weekend golfers could score better and be more competi...



Exotics XJ1 Fairway Woods Sheer Power Benefits the Majority

Today Tour Edge Golf officially announces the new Exotics XJ1 fairway woods. Always at the forefront of technology, Exotics research and development has once again brought to market a groundbreaking material that benefits players - but this time, it benefits real-world players with re...



Bridgestone JGR Driver

This past March, Bridgestone introduced several new clubs into their lineup, including the JGR driver. The JGR sports a classic head, which will appeal to the masses and features limited adjustability which to me is a good thing. Less thinking about fine tuning; pick a loft I like, de...



Bridgestone JGR Hybrid Forged Irons

For the longest time, Bridgestone Golf has been chasing the more recognized golf equipment brands, scratching and clawing for their piece of the market. And, although they recently closed the doors on UK operations, the company considers to be a major force in the Asian markets. There...



Tour Edge EX9 Hybrid Review

Over the years, Tour Edge's 'Exotics' line has developed a reputation for their radical designs and the high quality materials they use in each club. Because of this, it's no surprise that the Tour Edge Exotics are some of the longest clubs on the market, especially when it comes to h...



Tour Edge EX9 Hybrid

Over the years, Tour Edge's 'Exotics' line has developed a reputation for their radical designs and the high quality materials they use in each club. Because of this, it's no surprise that the Tour Edge Exotics are some of the longest clubs on the market, especially when it comes to h...



Callaway XR 16 Driver and Fairway Woods

When it comes to drivers, it's all about distance. Sure, if the club looks good, that's a bonus but heck, I'd swing a toaster on a stick if I could launch it 300 yards down the fairway consistently. And that's the key, isn't it? Consistency. Callaway has taken their XR driver to t...



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