Ready for launch
TaylorMade has released its 2016 golf ball lineup that’s highlighted by the new Tour Preferred X, Tour Preferred and Project (a). Here’s a breakdown:
Back in the game
Callaway has brought back its Great Big Bertha Driver that it’s touting as the next frontier in driver design:
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A fitting conclusion AL PETERSEN
Monica Stratton has been a golf instructor for 15 years and a clubfitter for eight. Blending the skills makes sense since a person’s swing should match their equipment. Or is it the other way around?
Coming to grips ERIC TRACY
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Dave Musty carving a niche in the putter world GREG MELLEN
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Just when you're used to your clubs, here comes more! AL PETERSEN
We live in a world of acronyms, 140 characters and head-scratching phrases, but only golf manufacturers, marketers and club geeks know about MOI, COG, ARC, spin rate, launch angle, face flex, Smart Pads,...
Adams sees need for speed DAVE CORDERO
The manufacturer's new hybrid iron set is designed for players with slower swing tempos.
Nike eyes a Vapor trail BETH GAST
The company's latest line of drivers, fairways and hybrids are designed with speed and accuracy in mind.
Callaway upgrades its big idea SCOTT GORYL
A familiar Callaway line gets high-tech improvements throughout the bag.