Equipment

Only players who routinely break 80 average hitting more than 50 percent of greens in regulation, according to statistics from round-tracker Game Golf. With barely one in 20 golfers breaking 80, that leaves a lot of players who might want to re-evaluate their iron game. This includes scrutinizing your equipment. To find the best irons
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The TaylorMade P790 irons design brief sounds either amazingly simple or ridiculously complicated. For a company used to making bold steps in innovation, it ended up being one of its boldest for a category of player that’s tough to serve. “Products like this in the past have taken advantage of different benefits of hollow construction,
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Callaway Golf is not above trying a good idea more than once. That’s the thought behind the company’s re-launch of its custom-option-only Apex Black irons. The Apex Black made its debut last year as a limited-edition offering that sold out in relatively short order, making their reappearance a logical step. The black PVD aesthetic includes
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Two new Cleveland Launcher irons, the Launcher CBX and Launcher HB, continue a theme that started with its CBX wedges, introduced last month. That trend is focused on providing clubs that target meaningful technology to the specific needs of the clubs being used—and not incidentally to the needs of those using them. “What we’re doing
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The Cleveland Launcher HB is that rare mainstream driver these days that doesn’t offer adjustability. From the company’s perspective, there’s a simple reason the Launcher doesn’t come with a wrench: It’s better for more golfers not to have a driver that doesn’t change. That’s right. Adjustability, Cleveland is saying with its new Launcher HB driver,
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The new Cobra F-Max woods and irons seem built on the principle that making clubs larger and more forgiving isn’t enough to truly help those players who gravitate toward super game-improvement irons. This group, which includes moderate swing speed players, seniors and women, needs a different kind of forgiveness that starts by attacking their greatest
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The belief among golfers is that mallets are for those with straight-back, straight-through strokes, and anybody with an arc to their stroke should use a blade-style putter. Scotty Cameron’s latest addition to his line of Futura mallets—the 5.5M—is a model with enhanced toe hang that might have some blade users considering a switch. The putter
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