The last few months have created some excitement surrounding new clubs heading into fall and we’re fortunate enough take a sneak peek at some equipment before they hit the shelves. Now that you have less time to play golf and more time to surf the internet, we thought it’d be helpful to recap all of the clubs that we’ve previewed within the last few months.
The Mizuno MP-15 iron set is forged from a unique blend of multi-materials. No one else in the industry can do it. Mizuno takes the 1025 elite “pure select” carbon steel and titanium, and forges the materials together. Since the materials cool at different speeds the steel “wraps around” the titanium and “locks” it….continue this article here.
The JPX 850 driver has two removable, eight gram tungsten weights that can be moved and positioned in the central fast track sliding rail, or the two lateral slots. The fast track allows for 10 different flight settings, 4 neutral, 3 draw, or 3 fade. sliding rail will dial in the spin rate. Testing on Trackman showed….continue this article here.
Do you find yourself trying to swing harder to hit the ball futher? Well, there’s no problem with that except that the golf ball will tend to go sideways and not straight. So how do you create more speed without swinging out of your shoes? The answer is the….continue this article here.
The Z Series from Srixon will have you drooling the minute you lay your eyes on them. When you think of Srixon you probably think of golf balls and rightfully so. (It happened to be the #2 ball played at the Open Championship). However, you’ll now begin to associate Srixon with innovation, sharp….continue this article here.
The Mack Daddy 2 Tour Grind wedge is forged from ultra-soft, 1020 carbon steel giving the feel and feedback needed to control shots from any lie on the golf course. The chrome finish has a soft, almost flat, finish that does a great job of reducing glare. The slate finish is….continue this article here.
The Cleveland 588 RTX 2.0 wedge provides a groove enhancement with 3 different sole options letting you optimize wedges to your game. The grooves in the 588 RTX 2.0 are larger, with a steeper wall that creates 15% more spin than the previous 588 RTX wedge. Cleveland has also instituted….continue this article here.
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