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  • New Titleist TSR1 metalwoods for moderate swing speeds

    Monday, 23 January 2023

    Titleist TSR1 driver, fairway wood and hybrid complete the TSR family, offering speed and launch for golfers with moderate swing speeds. Targeting amateurs with driver swing speeds under 90mph, Titleist say the TSR1 promotes optimal launch through an ultra-lightweight design, enhanced aerodynamics and a strategically placed center of gravity (CG). Titleist make some of the best drivers, fairway woods and hybrids in...

  • Mizuno say their ST-230 range features the “missing piece” in ball speed

    Thursday, 19 January 2023

    Mizuno say their new CORTECH Chamber is the key to faster ball speeds and increased distance. Mizuno will likely always be known first and foremost for their irons, which many golfers believe are unmatched in terms of desirability and feel. But the Japanese brand have also been been producing good quality drivers, fairway woods and hybrids for many years, without ever matching...

  • New Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls are “demonstrably better”

    Wednesday, 18 January 2023

    New Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x – golf’s No.1 balls – use an improved core to make them longer and more consistent. Introduced on Tour last September, the 2023 Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x – arguably the best golf balls in the game – have been in development since the end of 2021. They are already being used by...

  • Wilson revives legendary Dynapower name for 2023 woods and irons

    Tuesday, 17 January 2023

    It’s nearly 70 years since Wilson’s Dynapower redefined power and distance in irons. Now the brand is bringing the name back with revolutionary drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons. Dynapower was one of the best golf club franchises in golf history, which is why Wilson want to share the name with another generation of golfers. The 1956 iron revolutionized the game with...

  • Titleist reveal classic TSR2 and refined TSR3 hybrids

    Monday, 16 January 2023

    Titleist introduce TSR2 and TSR3 hybrids as they bid to be the most-played hybrid on the PGA Tour for a tenth straight year. If you tune in to The American Express tournament this week, chances are you’ll see a host of players using Titleist’s new hybrids. The latest addition to the TSR family, the TSR2 hybrid offers forgiving speed and performance, with the TSR3...

  • Srixon launch 13th generation Soft Feel golf balls

    Monday, 16 January 2023

    Srixon launch the softest and longest iteration of their popular two-piece Soft feel, Soft Feel Lady, and Soft Feel Brite golf balls for 2023. One of golf’s most popular two-piece balls is back and better than ever in 2023. It is amongst the best golf balls in the game, and Srixon are promising this will be the most complete package they...

  • Callaway reveal 2023 golf balls with models for every handicap

    Friday, 13 January 2023

    Callaway unveil seven new and improved generations of their renowned golf balls for 2023, with a tech-packed model to suit every handicap. Callaway balls have always proven to be a favorite with club golfers and there’s no doubt they are amongst the best golf balls on the market. That trend looks set to continue in 2023 with new iterations of several...

  • Cobra King Tour CB and MB players’ irons are a model of consistency

    Thursday, 12 January 2023

    Cobra Golf’s new King Tour, CB and MB irons use an industry-leading forging process to deliver consistent clubs with an unmatched soft feel and precision shaping for better players. The family of players’ irons sees a traditional forged muscleback in the King MB, a compact muscle cavity back in the CB, and a technical cavity back in the King Tour to...

  • Srixon launch ZX Mk II irons, updating the ZX4, ZX5 and ZX7

    Wednesday, 11 January 2023

    The Srixon ZX Mk II irons look to improve on the excellent ZX4, ZX5 and ZX7 models. Srixon irons don’t grab the headlines (or sales) in the same way new releases from the likes of TaylorMade and Callaway do, but those in the know regard Srixon irons extremely highly – and with good reason. In fact, many discerning golfers view Srixon irons...

  • Ping G430 drivers: Everything you need to know about the 2023 models

    Tuesday, 10 January 2023

    Ping continue to build on the success of their ‘G’ drivers, with the G430 line-up certain to be a hit among golfers of all levels, from tour pros to high handicappers. Ping have been delivering consistently excellent drivers for many years now, which is probably why they haven’t felt the need to deviate from the ‘G’ product range that has been...

  • Ping G430 irons promise BIG distance gains over G425

    Tuesday, 10 January 2023

    The Ping G430 iron blends faster ball speeds with higher launch and increased forgiveness to create a brilliant game-improving iron that’s perfect for mid-handicap golfers. Ping’s G family has been among the best golf irons since the original Ping G2 iron launched back in 2004. Every model since has been ever so slightly better looking, more forgiving, and more powerful.

  • Ping G430 fairway woods and hybrids boast new carbon crown

    Tuesday, 10 January 2023

    A carbon fiber crown helps Ping deliver distance and forgiveness across the G430 fairway woods and hybrids. Drivers tend to hog the limelight when any brand launches a new family of metalwoods, but in the case of Ping’s new G430 range, the fairway woods and hybrids deserve their fair share of the attention. That’s because the biggest new technology in G430...

  • TaylorMade launch three Stealth 2 Rescue hybrids and new Stealth HD iron

    Tuesday, 10 January 2023

    Improvements on the Stealth hybrids, plus an extra model, make the Stealth 2 Rescue family one of the best hybrid golf club offerings available; while the Stealth HD iron is a slice-busting, easy-launch gem for slower swingers. JUMP TO: Stealth HD Iron More and more golfers of all abilities are ditching long irons for hybrids. Perhaps as a result, TaylorMade have expanded...

  • New TaylorMade Stealth 2 drivers promise “fargiveness”

    Tuesday, 10 January 2023

    TaylorMade Stealth 2, Stealth 2 Plus and Stealth 2 HD drivers all offer increased forgiveness over the original and groundbreaking carbonwood. The original TaylorMade Stealth driver was undoubtedly one of the best drivers of 2022, and the Tour stats and results back it up, but if there was one criticism, it’s that the model perhaps wasn’t the most forgiving driver on...

  • TaylorMade Stealth 2 fairway woods: Everything you need to know about the 2023 models

    Tuesday, 10 January 2023

    Replacing the most popular fairway woods on tour sees TaylorMade deliver subtle but important tweaks that may make the Stealth 2 the best fairway woods in the world. TaylorMade fairway woods have been some of the fastest and longest available since the brand introduced the Rocketballz back in 2012. Back then, Speed Pocket technology was new and different in fairway woods.

  • Cleveland RTX 6 ZipCore wedges promise more control

    Monday, 9 January 2023

    Wedge maestros Cleveland reveal RTX 6 ZipCore models for 2023, with three huge technological breakthroughs to give you even more control. Cleveland have been the wedge kings since 1979, fine-tuning each model over the years to produce more spin, more consistency, more versatility and even greater playability. The RTX 6 ZipCore is the culmination of all that R&D, Tour player and consumer...

  • New Paradym irons boast Callaway’s most powerful forged face

    Wednesday, 4 January 2023

    Callaway Paradym and Paradym X irons use a Forged 455 Steel Face, normally found in woods, and a Speed Frame to combine distance and feel. Alongside the tech-packed Paradym drivers, fairway woods, and hybrids, Callaway have revealed two new premium irons to complete their revolutionary new 2023 family. The Paradym and Paradym X irons are considerably sleeker than last year’s Rogue ST...

  • Callaway reveal Paradym fairway woods and hybrids

    Wednesday, 4 January 2023

    Callaway’s tech-packed and forgiving Paradym fairway woods and hybrids complement revolutionary drivers. As the definition of paradigm suggests, the new Paradym family sees a consistent idea flowing through the entire range with Callaway promising unparalleled distance and forgiveness. Carbon is the big story in Callaway’s Paradym drivers, and it continues into the fairways. With a new forged carbon sole allowing weight to...

  • Callaway Paradym drivers: Everything you need to know about the 2023 models

    Wednesday, 4 January 2023

    Callaway reveal three Paradym drivers, with golf’s first 360º carbon chassis and a host of AI-designed tech. Callaway’s 2023 drivers boast an industry-first carbon chassis that sees titanium completely eliminated from the three new models’ (Paradym, Paradym X, Paradym Triple Diamond) bodies, freeing up a massive 20g of weight. The manufacturing giant says the industry-first technology means golfers no longer have...

  • Srixon ZX Mk II drivers, fairway woods and hybrids: Everything you need to know

    Wednesday, 4 January 2023

    Srixon ZX MK II Drivers, Fairway Woods and Hybrids replace the ZX5 and ZX7 – offering higher ball speed, greater forgiveness, and an all-new extra model added to the range. Although Srixon don’t compete with the likes of Callaway, TaylorMade and Ping in terms of market share, the Srixon ZX5 and ZX7 performed well against the best drivers from bigger brands...

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