Moving forward JORY MENDES
TaylorMade has revamped its M2 irons and will be introducing an M1 iron line in March. The offerings are designed to complement the company’s M1 and M2 drivers, fairway woods and hybrids.
Rolling along JORY MENDES
Inspired by the insert used by Jason Day and Dustin Johnson, TaylorMade Golf has released a TP Collection line of putters consisting of models that feature 303 stainless steel construction for solid feel...
Cutting edge LEELA BRENNAN
PXG is stepping up its game with the release of its 0311XF iron collection. Featuring the company’s TPE Core Technology, the game-improvement irons offer forgiveness and a superior feel while...
Ready for launch JOHNATHAN MCGINTY
Mizuno produced its new line of JPX900 drivers, fairway woods and hybrids with the same force it puts into its iron models.
Price fight JOANNE MILLER
Tour Edge Golf is bringing its “Golf’s Most Solid Investment” motto back with a Hot Launch 2 product line that fulfills the mantra with full customization, affordability and a lifetime...
Mettle winners JONATHAN MCGINTY
For the first time in its existence, Mizuno has released a three-tier family of irons under the JPX name. The JPX900 models – Tour, Forged and Hot Metal – provide a connection across all skill...
Rolling along LEELA BRENNAN
PXG has released a line of milled insert putters to complement strokes of all styles. The 11-model collection features the same core technology found in the company’s PXG 0311 irons.
Control peeks JEFF NEWTON
Callaway’s mid- to late-season launch of equipment includes new clubs and upgrades on a few models. Here’s a glance at the latest from the Carlsbad facility:
What a kick CORE ROSS
When Callaway Golf launched the Chrome Soft ball a year ago, it dubbed it as “the ball that changed the ball.” Callaway doubled down on that sentiment with Truvis technology, a soccer-style...
Building blocks AL PETERSEN
National surveys show that close to 90 percent of amateur golfers play with clubs that aren’t fitted. Even though the fitting trend is becoming more popular, the concept is still foreign to many...