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Tagged with "Drivers"

Sep 21st, 2020 Article

HONMA launches its new TR21 range

Leading Japanese golf brand HONMA has extended its premium performance TR (Tour Release) line of clubs with the introduction of TR21 irons, fairway woods and hybrids to complement the existing TR20 driver and irons. More details on the existing TR20, XP-1 and BERES product lines can be found at .

Sep 16th, 2020 Article

The good old days of club manufacture

Before technology took over and the driver became the monstrous feat of engineering and design that it is these days the persimmon wood ruled the tees and fairways. Other imposters tried to supplant the material of the golfing gods but failed. It would eventually take over ten years for the 'johnny come lately' metal woods to take the place of persimmon on the PGA and European tours.

Nov 14th, 2019 Article

It’s all about the weight

In their never-ending quest to help us folk who don’t swing the club quite so quickly, Cobra have come up with their latest iteration of the popular F-MAX collection which have been re-engineered using new weight-saving technologies. COBRA’s new F-MAX AIRSPEED men’s and women’s clubs deliver a new level of lightweight performance, maximizing clubhead speed, distance and forgiveness for players with moderate swing speeds.

Sep 10th, 2019 Article

Go faster turbo woods by Cleveland

Cleveland have been on a bit of a role when it comes to launching wrenches recently.  Their CBX 2 wedges kicked it off, followed by their amazing Frontline Putters and the Huntington Beach range.  Now, two years on from their return to the woods and irons market they are releasing the Launcher HB Turbo woods which they say are “sleeker, faster, and more forgiving” which is exactly what you want!

Jul 18th, 2019 Article

Which Driver is Brooks using?

As Brooks Koepka quietly tiptoes his way up the leaderboard at the Open at Royal Portrush we take a look at the club he is using to boom those drives out there on this famous links course.

Apr 3rd, 2019 Article

Titleist Introduces New TS4 Driver

We featured the Titleist TS2 and TS3 models in our 7 Of The Best Drivers For 2019 article and Titleist are now introducing the next iteration of the TS design, the TS4. The Titleist TS4 takes the gains made with the TS2 and TS3 models and adds an ultra low spin driver which still delivers distance.

Mar 14th, 2019 Article

7 Of The Best Drivers For 2019

Drivers. Love them or loathe them you've got to, errm... love them. There's nothing better than smoking one down the fairway with a brand new big dog. And here we've picked 7 of our favourites for 2019. Grip it, rip it and have the best golf year of your life!

Feb 22nd, 2019 Article

Callaway Epic Flash wins battle of the brands

Across a week at the start of February, 934 American Golf customers took on the Battle of the Brands Driver test and found the Callaway Epic Flash to produce the biggest distance increase, with an average improvement of 8.3 yards.

Feb 1st, 2019 Article

Bentley's new golf clubs? £420.00 a pop...

There's nothing better than spahing out your hard earned on a shiny new set of golf sticks. But would you pay £420.00 per iron? That's what the new Bently BC2 cavity irons will set you back.

Jan 16th, 2019 Article

Wilson Staff introduces Superlight D7 range

If it's good enough for golf-geek extraordinaire (3-time major winner and 2020 Ryder Cup captain!) Padraig Harrington, it's good enough for us. Check out Wilson Golf's new super lightweight distance driver, fairways and hybrids. It's golf-drool central...

Jan 5th, 2019 Article

Callaway Golf announces new 2019 product line up

Callaway Golf has officially announced its new 2019 product lineup. Top of mind for the Company’s innovative new equipment line include Epic Flash Woods, Apex Irons, Odyssey Stroke Lab Putters, and ERC Golf Balls.