Equipment

Tour Edge’s Exotics EXS line is something different. But given the heritage of the Exotics sub-brand, that’s not a remarkable statement. Initially famous for its unique technologies—like “combo-brazing” lightweight titanium cup faces to steel bodies in its tour-popular fairway woods from nearly a generation ago—the Exotics line always has been about doing something technologically dramatic
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The new Srixon Q-Star Tour ball is not the first to make the case that average swing speed golfers should be playing a different ball than elite players. It’s made the case itself in its initial generation unveiled in 2017. But Srixon says the new version will improve average golfers’ games by going lower, higher
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Since debuting in 2016, TaylorMade’s Spider Tour putter has eclipsed expectations both on Tour and at retail. World-class players like Jason Day, Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm have proven that a large mallet can conquer the game’s most treacherous greens as Spider Tour has become the No. 1 putter model on the PGA Tour. The Spider
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Wilson announced the upcoming debut and 14 finalists for the second season of Driver vs. Driver, its reality-show format that features new product ideas submitted from the general public that over the course of seven episodes this fall leads to a winning entry and a brand new product in Wilson’s 2019 driver lineup. Driver vs.
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We all know that sharpening your short game is the smartest way to improve. Heck, you can even practice in your office. But even though the wedge and putter are the easiest clubs to swing, fittings are a rarity. Consider this: “More than 90 percent of golfers don’t have the right wedge lofts,” says Nick
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If you’re like me, using a handheld rangefinder can be a challenge. As is the case with many people, my hands are simply not steady enough to lock in on a target through the viewfinder. But all that just changed, when I used Nikon’s new COOLSHOT PRO STABILIZED laser rangefinder. Every time I aimed it
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Callaway’s XJ and XT junior sets reflect a dual-pronged approach to the market of junior golfers. In simples terms, the XJ sets are to get your youngster started properly, while the XT set is smoothing the transition to standard adult sets. The ultra-lightweight XJ sets features three options designed to fit youngsters starting at about
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