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Custom Headcovers and Accessories by DelilaH Club Covers

If you're in the market for custom designed hand-crafted headcovers, valuables pouches, or alignment stick covers, Delilah Club Covers has you "covered." [June 23, 2017]

MedZone Activity Pak Review

Are aches and pains interfering with your enjoyment of the game? Medzone wants to help you swing pain free. [June 7, 2017]

Big Max Autofold FF Review

Just how quickly can you get your cart out of the car, unfolded and your bag loaded? The Big Max Autofold FF might be the cart to help you shave a few seconds off your best time. [February 23, 2017]

Callaway GBB Epic Driver Review

Callaway's latest driver introduces Jailbreak technology that should add some speed off the face. [January 27, 2017]

Bridgestone J15 Hybrid Review

Bridgestone ups the ante in the hybrid game. [December 31, 2016]

Ping G Fairway Wood Review

Ping makes their case as the industry's best clubmaker. [December 31, 2016]

Mizuno JPX-EZ Driver Review

When you name a club “EZ,” certain expectations are set. Can a company known for its forged irons deliver with a game improvement driver? [December 21, 2016]

PING G Irons Review

Can switching to a game improvement club really make that big of a difference? Read on to find out. [October 28, 2016]

PING Crossover Review

The Ping Crossover design creates a new club category to combine the precision, workability and control of an iron with the speed and forgiveness of a hybrid. [October 6, 2016]

TaylorMade M2 Rescue Review

TaylorMade's current marketing campaign is all about distance with forgiveness and the M2 Rescue definitely fits the bill. [September 15, 2016]

Voice Caddie VC300 GPS Review

A GPS unit with no display? The Voice Caddie 300 is a little like having an invisible caddie in your ear telling you how far to hit it. [September 5, 2016]

Blast Golf Review

Has advancements in motion sensor technology made 3D swing analysis possible for the average golfer? [August 26, 2016]

TaylorMade M2 Fairway Wood Review

Building on the success of the M1, Taylormade introduces the M2 line of woods and hybrids. [June 27, 2016]

TaylorMade M2 Irons Review

How high and how far do you want to hit your irons? [June 25, 2016]

Harry Taylor Design Wedges Review

Harry Taylor is probably a name you are not familiar with, but he has been in the golf industry designing clubs for years. Now he has decided to enter the market with a line of precision milled wedges. [June 4, 2016]

SKLZ Golf Strong Video Program Review

SKLZ introduces Golf Strong, a new video training program specific to golfers to improve distance, accuracy and flexibility. [May 6, 2016]

Callaway Apex Pro 16 Irons Review

Callaway has an exceptional players iron in the Apex Pro 16. Getting feedback from touring pros they have developed one of the better performing and looking irons in the market [May 4, 2016]

Callaway Apex Hybrid Review

Can a hybrid be workable and forgiving? The Callaway Apex aims its sights high. [April 30, 2016]

Callaway XR16 Driver Review

For Callaway's update to the XR line of drivers they have collaborated with one of the world's foremost aeronautical companies in Boeing to help you hit the ball farther. Do they succeed, read on to find out. [March 25, 2016]

PING G Driver Review

Following the extremely popular G30 driver PING looked to design even more aerodynamics into their latest release, the PING G driver, I took it for a test drive to see how it performs. [March 24, 2016]

Callaway Apex CF16 Irons Review

Callaway's latest flagship irons combine the precision of a player's set with the forgiveness of a game-improvement set in one package. [February 22, 2016]

Arccos Golf Review

The Arccos is one of two semi-automated stat-tracking platforms available to the common golfer. How does it stack up? Read my comprehensive review to find out. [February 14, 2016]

Titleist 716 AP1 Review

Titleist updates the AP1 with more forgiveness and distance. [January 4, 2016]

Callaway Great Big Bertha Driver Review

Callaway wants you to leave no yard behind. To do this they designed Great Big Bertha Driver to get the most distance for ALL golfers. I review the driver and let you know if I left any yards behind. [December 6, 2015]

TaylorMade M1 Driver Review

TaylorMade introduces their new multi-material M1 driver with carbon composite crown and new T-Track adjustable weight system. [November 12, 2015]

Callaway Bertha Mini 1.5 Review

Phil may have created the Phrankenwood back in 2013, but this is Callaway's first mini driver to hit the market. Will it help you to win your own majors? [October 19, 2015]

Callaway XR Pro Driver Review

Callaway released their follow up to the extremely popular X2 Hot Pro driver with the XR Pro model. How does it match up? I take it for a spin and find out. [September 7, 2015]

Bridgestone J15 Driving Forged Irons Review

Can a hidden-cavity iron (from a company better known for golf balls) perform like the best players cavity backs? [September 6, 2015]

TaylorMade RSi 2 Irons Review

TaylorMade's newest innovation is Face Slot Technology and promises that you'll love your mis-hits. Do they deliver? [September 6, 2015]

PGA Tour Live App Review

PGA TOUR LIVE carries every event of the PGA TOUR live and on demand as well as the and Champions Tours and the Presidents Cup. [August 23, 2015]

Leupold PinCaddie 2 Laser Rangefinder Review

The $200 laser rangefinder you'd pay double for. [August 13, 2015]

TaylorMade AeroBurner Driver and 3 Wood Review

TaylorMade introduces their new Aeroburner Driver and Fairway woods with a more aerodynamic design and larger sweet spot for a more forgiving, higher launching performance. [August 10, 2015]

Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 815 Fairway Review

Callaway brings versatility and a new level of adjustability to a fairway wood in a classic-looking package. [August 2, 2015]

Nike Vapor Flex Driver Review

Nike gives us a taste of what's cooking at The Oven. [July 29, 2015]

Mizuno MP-H5 Iron Review

The new Mizuno MP-H5 irons are aimed at the scratch player, the bogey golfer, and everybody in between. Read on to find out if they deserve a spot in your bag. [July 19, 2015]

Wilson D200 Driver Review

With the price tags of drivers climbing high can the Wilson D200 buck the trend and offer a new driver at an affordable price point? Let's find out. [June 30, 2015]

Snell My Tour Ball Review

Dean Snell headed up the development of the Pro V1/V1x for Titleist and TaylorMade's lineup of balls for years. Now he's got his own golf ball, and you can have it, too. How does it stack up? [June 8, 2015]

PING G30 Driver Review

PING's newest driver features radical new technology aimed to get you swinging faster and bombing it down the fairway. [June 8, 2015]

Mizuno MP-15 Irons Review

Mizuno releases the MP-15 irons, blending the MP-59 and the MP-64 they are targeting low handicappers and giving them forgiveness without sacrifice. [May 12, 2015]

Sun Mountain Reflex Push Cart Review

Sun Mountain introduces the next generation push cart with an innovative folding mechanism and smallest folded size on the market. [April 20, 2015]

Mizuno JPX-850 Forged Review

Mizuno's new JPX-850 Forged irons, "Born out of Boron," takes their game improvement line to the edge of MP player irons. [April 19, 2015]

Callaway Big Bertha V Series Driver Review

Last year, Callaway golf brought back an old favorite in the form of the Big Bertha and Big Bertha Alpha. Now the company has added to the line up with the new and faster V Series. [February 25, 2015]

Titleist 915F Fairway Wood Review

Can the Titleist 915F deliver performance equal to its good looks? [February 22, 2015]

Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 815 Review

Callaway brings maximum adjustability in a driver that is both low-spinning and forgiving. [February 22, 2015]

Titleist 915H Review

Titleist's 915H packs technology and performance in a classic looking package. [January 17, 2015]

Titleist 915 D2 and D3 Driver Review

Titleist updates their 913 drivers with higher launch and lower spin 915 Series. Do these drivers meet this claim? [December 23, 2014]

TaylorMade SLDR S Review

The newest version of the SLDR S lacks some of the adjustability from the previous version, but promises all the distance. [December 1, 2014]

Mizuno MP-4 Irons Review

Mizuno’s MP-4 Irons may look difficult (and beautiful) to hit, but they are one of the best sets of irons out there. [November 4, 2014]

Bobby Jones Blackbird By Jesse Ortiz Fairway Woods Review

Orlimar's master craftsman is back with a new line of fairway woods. [October 23, 2014]

Ping G30 Irons Review

PING's latest offering in the game improvement irons category is all about distance and forgiveness. [August 30, 2014]

TaylorMade SLDR Irons Review

Do the SLDR irons live up to the hype of their name, or are they a set soon to be forgot? [August 23, 2014]

Ping i25 Driver Review

Can a low-spinning driver really meet the needs of wide variety of golfers? [July 30, 2014]

Callaway Big Bertha Alpha Driver Review

Callaway brings back a very popular line of drivers, updates their looks and performance, and again is making a big impact in metal woods. [June 29, 2014]

Callaway Apex Irons Review

Callaway's newest flagship line of irons is not quite Hogan-esque, but pretty darn close. [May 29, 2014]

Callaway Big Bertha 2014 Review

With the new Big Bertha, Callaway promises the most advanced driver that they've ever created. Read on to see if it's as good as they'd have you believe. [May 14, 2014]

TaylorMade 2014 Tour Preferred MC Review

After going missing for a couple of years, the Tour Preferred line of irons are back. Read on to see if they are really worthy of that name. [May 2, 2014]

Cobra Bio Cell+ Driver Review

Cobra wows with it newest colorful tour-level driver. [April 25, 2014]

TaylorMade Tour Preferred CB Irons Review

TaylorMade's flagship amateur irons have been updated for 2014, and we take them for a spin. [April 8, 2014]

TaylorMade SLDR Fairway and Rescue Review

Do the SLDR Fairway and Rescue live up to the hype of the SLDR Driver? And what' s with this low-forward center of gravity concept anyway? [April 4, 2014]

TaylorMade JetSpeed Driver Review

TaylorMade tries to step up their game with the release of their latest driver, named JetSpeed, I take it for a spin to see how it performs. [April 3, 2014]

Mizuno MP-54 Irons Review

Mizuno's newest irons promise to give that legendary buttery feel in a package that is both workable and forgiving. [March 6, 2014]

TaylorMade JetSpeed Fairway Wood Review

Can TaylorMade follow up the RocketBallz with JetSpeed? We find out. [March 2, 2014]

Titleist 714 AP2 Irons Review

Titleist releases a newer version of their wildly popular AP2 irons, I take them for a spin to see how they perform. [February 25, 2014]

Callaway FT Optiforce 440cc Driver Review

After making a splash earlier in the year with the X Hot and RAZR Fit line of woods, Callaway golf is back at it again with the introduction of a third new driver, the FT Optiforce. [December 18, 2013]

Callaway Mack Daddy 2 Wedge Review

The Mack is back with the introduction of the new Callaway Mack Daddy 2 Wedges, but is the new version as good as the original? [November 21, 2013]

Odyssesy Versa Two Ball Putter Review

Callaway has, once again, made a good putter even better. The design of the Versa Two Ball makes it stand out from any other Two Ball on the market. [November 1, 2013]

2013 TaylorMade SLDR Driver Review

TaylorMade's newest driver the SLDR, integrates a lower COG along with a brand new moveable weight technology to provide golfers even more adjustability. Does it work? I put it to the test and find out. [September 24, 2013]

Callaway X Hot Pro Iron Review

Callaway's newest lineup of irons only feature four sets and the X Hot Pros look to fill the large gap between the standard X Hot irons meant for high handicappers and the X Forged aimed at better players. Read on to find out if these clubs really have something for everybody. [August 28, 2013]

BombTech Grenade Driver Review

We take a look at one of the most, well, explosive new drivers in golf. [July 29, 2013]

Callaway X-Hot Fairway Wood Review

The new Callaway X-Hot Fairway wood is a solid and long option for any golfer looking to upgrade their fairway wood. [July 29, 2013]

TaylorMade RocketBladez Tour Irons Review

Do TaylorMade's newest flagship irons live up to their inflated marketing? Hint: you bet they do. [July 13, 2013]

Adams Super S Fairway Woods and Hybrids Review

TaylorMade's little brother looks to the RocketBallz for inspiration. [July 12, 2013]

2013 Adams Golf Idea Super LS Hybrid Review

I take the 2013 edition of the Adams Idea Super LS hybrid for a test drive. Let's see how it performs. [July 11, 2013]

Callaway Forged Wedges Review

Clean look, soft feel, and durability; the blueprint for great wedges. [July 10, 2013]

Brex Golf BG-1 Putter Review

The Brex Golf BG-1 Putter looks unique. How's it work? [June 19, 2013]

Callaway X Hot Pro Driver Review

Callaway promises their new X Hot series of woods to be among the hottest available, read on to find out if we agree. [June 5, 2013]

Mizuno MP-T4 Wedge Review

Mizuno's newest wedge, the MP-T4 aims to help golfers go after more pins with multiple lofts in a sleek package. [June 5, 2013]

Nike VR_S Covert and Covert Tour Drivers Review

It's good enough for Rory McIlroy, is the Nike VR_S Covert good enough to make your bag? [May 20, 2013]

TaylorMade Rocketballz Stage 2 Driver Review

TaylorMade updates their Rocketballz line with the addition of the Stage 2 Driver. I take it for a spin to see how it performs and check out if it is really better-ier. [May 20, 2013]

Tour Angle 144 Review

An exciting new training aid designed to help the golfer during set up, the backswing, the downswing, and even chipping. Join me as I take the new Tour Angle 144 for a spin. [May 18, 2013]

TaylorMade RocketBallz Stage 2 Fairway Wood Review

With a number of tweaks and improvements to the original Rocketballz woods, TaylorMade releases the RBZ Stage 2 and calls them Rocketballz-IER. [May 7, 2013]

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14 Review

We take an in-depth look at EA's newest Tiger Woods video game. [April 3, 2013]

PING G25 Irons Review

With a brand new finish and some key performance changes PING recently released their upgrade to the G series irons with the G25 irons. I took them for a spin to see how they performed. [March 14, 2013]

Mizuno JPX 825 Pro Irons Review

These irons are as forgiving as any true "game-improvement" irons I've ever tested, yet provide feel and workability close or equal to most "player's" irons. [March 12, 2013]

Mizuno JPX-825 Irons Review

The JPX-825 irons are Mizuno newest game improvement irons, I was lucky enough to try them out and give my thoughts. [March 2, 2013]

2013 TaylorMade Ghost Spider S Putter Review

TaylorMade has made some small but important improvements to the 2013 version of the Ghost Spider S putter, take a look at my thoughts on this new putter. [March 1, 2013]

Mizuno MP-64 Iron Review

With input from Luke Donald, Mizuno, long known for its buttery soft player's line of clubs, have added the new MP-64s, but do they live up to the to the company's reputation? [February 10, 2013]

TaylorMade R1 Driver Review

TaylorMade Golf made big news with the most adjustable driver they have ever made, the R1, lets take a look at how it performs [February 8, 2013]

Titleist 913 D2 and D3 Driver Review

Titleist updates their acclaimed 910 drivers. Do these drivers hold their own? [February 6, 2013]

I’m Caddie Tour GPS Review

The I'm Caddie GPS is the model of simplicity and convenience when it comes to golf GPS devices… Read more to find out how it might improve your golf experience [February 4, 2013]

Mizuno MP-H4 Iron Review

Mizuno's newest addition to the MP line invites mid-hadicap players to the party, but can they retain the buttery feel that players have come to expect from a Mizuno player's iron while bringing a new level of forgiveness? [January 19, 2013]

Odyssey Metal-X Two Ball Review

Odyssey has reinvented the Two Ball putter and made a great product even better. Any fan of the Two Ball would do well to give the newest version a look. [January 5, 2013]

Ping G20 Driver Review

The PING G20 is a driver that can help players of all levels and delivers on its promise of a high ball flight with low spin. PING has delivered one of its best drivers in a long time. [November 28, 2012]

Odyssey Metal X #7 Belly Putter Review

Like them or not we take at Odyssey's Metal X #7 Belly Putter [November 4, 2012]

Golfing Scotland with Go Ahead Tours

A "do-it-all" tour of the birthplace of golf that's suitable for golfers of all levels and, if they so desire, their spouses as well. [October 21, 2012]

TaylorMade RocketBallz Tour Driver and Tour Rescue Review

We've seen that the RocketBallz fairway woods are ridiculously long but how do the RocketBallz Tour Driver and Rescue compare? [September 25, 2012]

TaylorMade Penta TP5 Golf Ball Review

TayorMade hits another home run with some minor tweaks to an already-great golf ball. [September 12, 2012]

TaylorMade ATV Wedge Review

We review TaylorMade's radical attempt to consolidate their wedge offerings and improve your short game. [September 12, 2012]

Callaway RAZR Fit Fairway Wood Review

Callaway Golf has found a winner in its RAZR Fit line of fairway woods. [August 24, 2012]

Mizuno MP-59 Irons Review

One of the most talked about additions to the Mizuno MP lineup, the MP-59 continues Miznuo's legacy of awesome looking, superior feeling forged irons with the addition of multi-materials. Let's see if the MP-59 lives up to it's hype. [August 24, 2012]

PING i20 Hybrid Review

Continuing on the success of the i15 line PING introduces the i20 hybrid line. [August 24, 2012]

Nike VR_S Forged Irons Review

Are the new VR_S forged irons the fastest irons yet? [August 17, 2012]

A Vacation on Kiawah Island

I hadn't ever thought of vacationing at Kiawah Island, but now I can't wait to go back! [August 7, 2012]

Nike VR_S Driver Review

Nike launched the VR_S driver with the claim that there were "none faster." Read on to find out if they were right. [July 31, 2012]

TaylorMade R11 Irons Review

Continuing on with the very successful R11 brand name TaylorMade Golf introduces the R11 irons. [July 31, 2012]

Callaway Hex Black Tour Golf Ball Review

The Hex Black Tour ball is Callaway's best offering to date giving any player a solid option when looking for a premium ball. [June 12, 2012]

Bridgestone 2012 Tour B330 Series Ball Review

If you play golf, then Bridgestone's probably got a ball for you. Read our thoughts on the premium B330 line. [June 10, 2012]

“The Upset” Book Review

Jack Fleck's Incredible Victory over Ben Hogan at the U.S. Open by Al Barkow. [June 8, 2012]

TaylorMade RocketBallz Fairway Wood Review

TaylorMade's RocketBallz Fairway woods are the talk of the golf world, not just for unorthodox name but also for boasting distance gains of at least 17 yards. Let's see if RocketBallz lives up to the hype. [June 8, 2012]

Adams Idea Black CB3 Irons Review

We review Adams' new flagship irons. [May 30, 2012]

Adams Speedline Fast 12 Fairway Wood Review

We take a look at one of the hottest fairway woods on the market. [May 30, 2012]

Butch Harmon About Golf DVD Review

Golf Digest's top ranked instructor is back with a highly-anticipated DVD. [May 18, 2012]

PING i20 Irons Review

The new PING i20 irons promise optimized performance through a progressive set design but can they live up to the long line of success of previous i-series irons? [May 18, 2012]

PING i20 Driver Review

If you're in the market for a classic looking, low-spin driver, then the new PING i20 Driver might be the driver to help you to maximize your distance and accuracy. [May 18, 2012]

Callaway RAZR X Black Driver Review

The latest driver from Callaway packs a big punch at an extremely affordable price point. [May 2, 2012]

Benderstik Training Aid Review

The more you practice with feedback, the more ingrained the new motion becomes and the more reliable the new swing. We'll see how effective the BenderStik training aid is at improving your golf swing. [April 15, 2012]

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13 Review

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 13: where it excels and where it falls short. [April 14, 2012]

Tour Edge Exotics XCG5 Fairway Wood Review

Tour Edge continues its legacy of advanced, well engineered Exotics products. Let's take a look at the latest in fairway wood technology with the Exotics XCG5. [March 21, 2012]

Pipoe Review

Pipoe takes a different approach to the massive golf aid market. The Pipoe is a simple, convenient and affordable way to practice and build a foundation to the way you practice. [January 22, 2012]

AimPoint Swinkey Review

Yes, it's a stick that costs $99, but read on to find out why that's more than the sum of its parts. [November 29, 2011]

Atlantic City Country Club (Atlantic City, NJ) Review

Built in 1897, this seaside classic has a lofty reputation as New Jersey's top public golf course. [November 21, 2011]

PING Anser Irons Review

There has been a lot of hype about PING's latest deviation into the realm of forged clubs, we'll see if it's warranted. [November 15, 2011]

Bridgestone Tour B330 Series Ball Review

We take a look at Bridgestone's new like of Tour B330 golf balls, designed with everyone in mind. [July 30, 2011]

Bridgestone e5, e6, and e7 Ball Review

Bridgestone's e-Series balls are new and improved this year, but how well do they perform? [July 30, 2011]

Scotland’s Caddies DVD Review

Scotland's Caddies provides an amusing look at how caddies have shaped golf in Scotland. [July 6, 2011]

Brush Caddy Review

Spend more time practicing and less time wiping dirt and sand off of your clubs with the Brush Caddy. [April 15, 2011]

Nike Lunar Control Shoe Review

Nike's new Lunar Control shoes keep you firmly planted here on earth. [March 17, 2011]

Titleist 910D3 Driver Review

Titleist leaps to the front of the line, combining tradition and technology in its first adjustable driver. [February 26, 2011]

Nike Victory Red (VR) Pro Combo Irons Review

We take a look at Nike's newest irons, designed to be played by a wide range of handicaps. [February 25, 2011]

Miura CB-501 and Blade 2007 Irons Review

Say the word "Miura" around equipment-knowledgeable golfers and you'll learn all you need to know about the mystique in a moment or two. [January 28, 2011]

Mizuno JPX-800 Pro Review

Mizuno has dropped the MX line, but filled it in with the JPX. How do the first replacements stack up? [January 5, 2011]

Next Generation with Sean Foley DVD Review

Sean Foley caps a year in which his stock rose significantly with a new instructional DVD. [December 30, 2010]

Tifosi Sunglasses Review

Tifosi is one of a few brands of value brand sunglasses. Let's check out their latest products. [December 13, 2010]

Mizuno MP-63 Irons Review

Mizuno's Diamond Muscle. Better than Cut Muscle (or Dual Muscle)? It just might be. [November 26, 2010]

TRUE Linkswear Tour Shoes Review

Ryan Moore wears 'em. Freddie arguably made shoes like this cool. Do they stand up to a test of golf? [November 8, 2010]

Mizuno MP-630 Fast Track Driver Review

Mizuno is thought of for their incredible irons, but the MP-630 Fast Track driver may change some minds about what Mizuno does best… [October 12, 2010]

Mizuno MP-CLK Hybrid Review

The forged blade of hybrid clubs is here, not that that's a bad thing [September 9, 2010]

LeviTee Golf Glove Review

Do your forearms look like Popeye's after a day of golf? A new glove aims to lighten your grip with special pads stitched between the fingers. [August 13, 2010]

Adidas Tour 360 4.0 and Tour 360 Sport Shoe Review

The most comfortable shoes on the market? Perhaps. The lowest? Adidas says so. [August 12, 2010]

PURE Grips Review

Golf grips with a one-year guarantee and no tape or solvent required? Sound like hocum? It's not. [July 9, 2010]

“The Last Putt” Book Review

The Last Putt provides an intriguing look into the rivalry of two of collegiate golf's powerhouses during a year that would forever change the world of golf. [July 3, 2010]

PING i15 Fairway Wood Review

PING's new offering in the fairway metal market gives the lower handicap and professional a solid option that has little to no drawbacks. [March 19, 2010]

Taly MIND Set Review

The #1 imperative to playing good golf may very well be a flat left wrist at impact. The Taly helps you to achieve that position. [March 6, 2010]

Mizuno MX-300 Iron Review

Whether you're a better player looking for a little bit of extra forgiveness, or an improving player who's not quite sure blades are the next step, Mizuno's new MX-300 offers an ideal mix of game improvement and game enhancement. [February 24, 2010]

Ping i15 Driver Review

Are you an i-Guy? [January 30, 2010]

TaylorMade Penta TP Ball Review

The Penta TP the world's first five-piece golf ball. And you thought Gillette would never have anything in common with Taylormade… [January 23, 2010]

Mizuno MP-58 Iron Review

The MP-58 provides a solid option not only for the mid level handicap player but for the scratch player as well. [January 15, 2010]

Titleist 710-Series AP1 Irons Review

Titleist's improves on an already great set of irons with the new 710 AP1. [January 8, 2010]

TaylorMade R9 Iron Review

The R9 are said to be longer, more forgiving, have a better feel, and be more workable than any other game improvement club on the market. Do you believe the hype? [January 7, 2010]

PING G15 Hybrid Review

With a club as easy to hit as the G15 hybrid, why fight a difficult long iron? The new G15 hybrid offers great distance, incredible forgiveness, and loads of versatility in a new package. [January 5, 2010]

“It’s All About Impact” Book Review

Many of golf's greats have said that the secret to playing good golf is consistently arriving at impact. This book from Andrew Rice promises to help you with precisely that. [December 19, 2009]

PING G15 Fairway Wood Review

PING had a big winner on it's hand with the G10 fairway wood. Does the new G15 expand on that greatness? [December 14, 2009]

“The Stack and Tilt Swing” Book Review

If you consider yourself a student of the game, you owe it to yourself - and your golf game - to own this book. [December 11, 2009] Review

Private club golf without the private club price. [December 7, 2009]

PING G15 Iron Review

If the G10 provides maximum forgiveness then what do you call an iron that provides even more forgiveness? PING calls it the G15. [December 3, 2009]

Mizuno MP T-10 Wedges Review

Some of the best wedges get even better with the addition of Quad-Cut grooves. [November 30, 2009]

“Golf, Naked” Book Review

Greg Rowley writes a book giving you insight on all the "little things" that can make golf a maddening mystery. Think of it as an insider's guide to golf, with a endless supply of adjectives for chunks and shanks. [November 21, 2009]

PING i15 Irons Review

Freakish forgiveness at the cost of a little feel? To mix my sports metaphors, that sounds right up the alleys of a lot of golfers. [November 20, 2009]

Sonic Golf System Pro-1 Review

The Sonic Golf system was famously used by Vijay Singh to help win in 2008… but then again, what training aid hasn't Vijay Singh used? [October 9, 2009]

FootJoy MyJoy Ordering and Review

If you like golf shoes but don't want to be limited by the offerings that are available at your local golf shop, then perhaps the seemingly millions of options that you can choose from at MyJoys is right up your alley. [August 29, 2009]

Mizuno MX-700 Fairway Wood Review

Mizuno offers up one very impressive fairway wood offering with the MX-700 lineup. [August 28, 2009]

Sun Mountain Micro Cart Review

The Micro Cart takes on the well renowned Clicgear 2.0. Who wins? Find out. [July 30, 2009]

Mizuno MX-700 Hybrid Review

For a game-improvement club, the Mizuno MX-700 hybrid will make even the low-handicappers think about purchasing this club. [July 27, 2009]

TaylorMade Rescue ’09 Review

TaylorMade has continued their line of excellent woods and hybrids with the new Rescue 09. [July 3, 2009]

Mizuno MX-700 Driver Review

The MX-700: Best Mizzy Driver Ever? Maybe… [June 27, 2009]

Nike Victory Red Forged Split Cavity Irons Review

Designed by Tiger. Can you handle it? [June 20, 2009]

Roenick Golf Crossbow Putter Review

Adding a Crossbow putter to your bag could end up helping you drop a few more putts. And take more money from your playing partners. [June 20, 2009]

TaylorMade R9 TP Driver Review

We've finally had good enough weather to test the latest drivers, and the R9 may be the most advanced of the bunch, but does "advanced" warrant consideration? [May 7, 2009]

TaylorMade r7 Limited TP Driver Review

Is the last r7 the best of the lot? [May 2, 2009]

Srixon Z-Star/Z-Star X Ball Review

The new Srixon Z-Star and Z-Star X come close to other premium balls in distance and spin but lack in feel. [April 28, 2009]

2009 Titleist Pro V1/Pro V1x Balls Review

The Pro V1 and Pro V1x have had a makeover, creating a slightly longer and more durable ball. [March 20, 2009]

TaylorMade R9 TP Fairway Wood Review

TaylorMade puts out yet another solid club [March 18, 2009]

Titleist 909D2/909D3 Driver Review

Titleist gets back in the driver's seat with the 909 series. And yes, that pun was totally intended. [March 14, 2009]

Nike Dymo and Dymo2 Driver Review

I think Nike is finally starting to get things right [March 7, 2009]

Titleist 909F Fairway Metal Review

909F3: welcome to a slightly more forgiving fairway wood. [February 14, 2009]

Titleist 909H Hybrid Review

Titleist's second generation "true hybrid" improves greatly on the first and challenges for the title "best." [January 31, 2009]

Golfdotz Golf Ball Tattoos Review

Golfdotz: Golf ball marking technology for the 21st century [January 16, 2009]

“The Caddie Who Knew Ben Hogan” Book Review

John Coyne writes a story about golf, life, and the choices we make and dispenses some wisdom from none other than Ben Hogan. [December 20, 2008]

Crocs Ace Golf Shoe Review

Crocs jump feet first into the golf shoe market. [December 19, 2008]

Mizuno MP-52 Irons Review

Mizuno's "player" line just got a little more inclusive. [December 12, 2008]

Adams Idea Pro Gold Irons and Hybrids

These are not your grandfather's clubs (unless you happen to call Tom Watson "Gramps"). [November 7, 2008]

Cleveland VP Mills Putter Review

Cleveland's first introduction into the milled putter market is an impressive one. It may not look as pretty, but it performs just as well as a Cameron for half the price. [October 12, 2008]

Pelz Wedge Collection by Bobby Jones Review

Jesse Ortiz and Dave Pelz have cooked up a new set of wedges featuring some pretty fancy technology. [October 11, 2008]

Kennsington Golf Club (Canfield, OH) Review

Kennsington Golf Club is a great second-shot golf course, and if you can get over the somewhat bland driving, a great bargain at a good price. [October 10, 2008]

Frogger Amphibian Towel Review

The Frogger Amphibian towel might be the last golf towel you need to buy. [September 19, 2008]

iGolf Neo GPS Review

Can a small, low-cost GPS help your game? [September 19, 2008]

Leupold GX-I Laser Rangefinder Review

Laser rangefinders are getting smaller and less expensive, and Leupold has entered the fray. [August 29, 2008]

Mizuno Skintite Golf Glove Review

The Mizuno Skintite golf glove is good enough for Luke Donald, but is it good enough for me? [August 29, 2008]

Clicgear Cart Model 2.0 Review

The Clicgear Cart 2.0 might be the last pushcart you'll ever need to buy. [August 22, 2008]

Caesar Featherie Dimpleless Golf Ball Review

There's no other golf ball like the Caesar. Find out why in this review. [August 16, 2008]

Cleveland HiBORE XLS Fairway Wood Review

Is Cleveland's latest HiBORE fairway wood solid enough to warrant a purchase? [August 8, 2008]

Frogger BrushPro Review

$14.99 for a golf brush? Sure, but it's worth it. Find out why in this review. [July 23, 2008]

Cleveland HiBORE XLS Driver Review

Is Cleveland Golf's latest HiBore incarnation the best of the series? [July 18, 2008]

“The Caddie who Played with Hickory” Book Review

John Coyne weaves a tale about golf, love and the pursuit of your dreams that might just make your "must read" list. [July 15, 2008]

Mizuno MP-57 Irons Review

Mizuno broadens their award winning MP irons lineup by offering golfers the cavity-backed MP-57's. [June 28, 2008]

Mizuno MP-T Series Wedge Review

With a revised sole grind and Mizuno's patented Grain Flow Forging technique, the MP-T is a compelling wedge choice for good golfers. [June 21, 2008]

Scotty Cameron Studio Select Putters Review

Scotty Cameron cans the insert, adds some weight and perhaps the sweetest grip in his new Studio Select line. [June 6, 2008]

“How Great Golfers Think” Book Review

Bob Skura is no Bob Rotella, but for me at this point in time, that's a good thing. [May 23, 2008]

The Club Caddy: An Interview and a Short Review

It's been an up-and-down year for David Jones since winning Fore Inventors Only, but we think it's ended on a definite "up." [May 20, 2008]

Titleist AP1 Irons Review

Do you aspire to be a become a better golfer? Then Titleist has some irons for you. [May 9, 2008]

Bedford Springs Old Course (Bedford, PA) Review

Recapturing a bit of the past and taking it into the future: that's what we find at Bedford Springs. [May 6, 2008]

Mizuno Bettinardi Black Carbon Putter Review

Your eyes are deceiving you. That is not an insert in the new Black Carbon series from Mizuno and Bob Bettinardi. [May 2, 2008]

Titleist Forged AP2 Irons Review

Titleist takes a bold step in a new direction with the AP2. Adam Scott has switched. Should you? [April 25, 2008]

Z Factor Perfect Putting Machine Review

As seen on Fore Inventors Only, we take a look at the product that perhaps should have won. [April 19, 2008]

Mizuno MP-600 Driver Review

Will the MP-600 put Mizuno woods on the fast track? [April 12, 2008]

Reid Sheftall’s “Striking it Rich” Book Review

Think you've got what it takes to make it on tour? You might want to consult with the doctor, first. Dr. Reid Sheftall, that is, plastic surgeon-cum-Malaysian PGA touring professional. [March 28, 2008]

Bobby Jones Hybrid Review

Bobby Jones was one of the greats. The hybrids that bear his name could also be considered great. [December 2, 2007]

TaylorMade Burner XD Irons Review

Burning for distance? [December 1, 2007]

Cleveland CG Red Irons Review

Does the red "Gelback" mean you'll soon be shooting red numbers? Read on… [October 26, 2007]

Colbert Putter Plating

Don't relegate that old putter to the closet, have it refinished and put a 'new' gamer in your bag. [October 13, 2007]

Golf Mind Software Review

You are about to enter another dimension, not only of sight and sound but of mind - the golfing mind. Is it worth the trip? [October 12, 2007]

GEL Ruby Putter Review

Grooves on a putter face are intended to help get the ball rolling as quickly as possible. Here with another take on grooves is a new company called GEL. [September 28, 2007]

Kaenon Sunglasses Review

You've only got one set of eyes, so we suggest you take care of them. Do these sunglasses from Kaenon fit the bill? [September 21, 2007]

Titleist 906F4 Fairway Wood Review

Titleist is renowned for their fairway metals, and the 906F2 and 906F4 continue the tradition of solid fairway metals for better golfers. [September 8, 2007]

Longaberger Golf Club (Nashport, OH) Review

Longaberger is one of the most expensive courses we've ever reviewed, but it's worth it. [August 24, 2007]

Titleist NXT Tour/Extreme Balls Review

If you think Ian MacCallister was miffed with the old Titleist NXT line, he's really going to be stark raving mad with the new ones. [August 24, 2007]

Avalon Lakes (Warren, OH) Review

Avalon Lakes is typical Pete Dye, but set in the middle of Ohio. Renovated in 2001, the course shows plenty of Dye characteristics. [August 17, 2007]

Cleveland CG12 Zip Wedges Review

Cleveland's CG12 with new "Zip Grooves" promise to put a new spin on your short shots. Do they? [August 10, 2007]

Windy Knoll Golf Club (Springfield, OH) Review

After a slow start, Windy Knoll blows you over with a good challenge at a reasonable rate. [July 27, 2007]

Adams Idea a3 Hybrid Irons Review

Another generation of blended iron/hybrids are on the shelf in the Adams Idea a3 Hybrid Irons. Read on to see if they could help your game. [July 20, 2007]

Adams Idea Pro Forged Irons Review

Adams Golf has built a solid reputation in game-improvement clubs. Now they've introduced a player's forged iron to match up with their superb Idea Pro hybrids. [July 14, 2007]

Whispering Woods Golf Club (Erie, PA) Review

Whispering Woods is clearly Erie's best public course, and it will only get better as the course matures. [July 13, 2007]

Scotty Cameron Newport Detour Putters Review

Scotty Cameron has taken a Detour… and married it with a pair of Newports!? It's like a science experiment gone crazy. Good thing the marriage is a success. [July 5, 2007]

Tour Edge Bazooka GeoMax Driver Review

High MOI is this year's "big thing" in drivers and it has spawned a host of strange shapes and high prices. Here's a good-looking high MOI driver at a great price. [July 3, 2007]

Darby Creek Golf Course (Marysville, OH) Review

Darby Creek is a great example of a small diamond in the rough, except by "rough" I mean "nowhere near signs of modern civilization" and by diamond I mean "a moderately priced venue that exceeds expectations." [June 24, 2007]

Tour Edge Exotics CB2 Fairway Wood Review

The Tour Edge Exotics CB2 not only could kick your current fairway wood out of the bag, it may also be gunning for your driver as well. [June 23, 2007]

Callaway FT-i/FT-5 Driver Review

Callaway Golf has followed up the successful FT-3 driver with two new titanium/composite models. Is one of them worthy of a place in your bag? [June 15, 2007]

Nike One Black/Platinum Balls Review

The Nike Platinum and Black balls improve on their previous versions but still fall a bit short of the other premium balls in the market. [June 2, 2007]

Eagle Sticks Golf Club (Zanesville, OH) Review

Eagle Sticks is a renaissance course that rewards creativity and shotmaking over the popular bomb and gouge style of play. It's a throw-back course, and a fun, well-designed one at that. [May 25, 2007]

Cranberry Highlands (Cranberry, PA) Review

Cranberry Highlands is a very playable golf course that suffers a little bit from blandness. I prefer to think of it as more of a blank canvas for the kind of golf you'd like to play. [May 23, 2007]

Titleist 907D1 and 907D2 Driver Review

Titleist may be the "traditional" golf company, but that hasn't stopped them from introducing a triangular driver. How's it play? Read to find out. [May 18, 2007]

Nike CCi Forged Irons Review

Built with better players in mind, Nike's CCi Forged were fashioned for feel, workability, and a piercing trajectory. [May 11, 2007]

FootJoy ReelFit Shoes Review

The Reelfit FootJoys are not only an evolution in technology, but an evolution in comfort as well. FootJoy has not only kept their lead in the golf shoe category, they have cemented it - with a twist. [March 30, 2007]

Cleveland HiBORE XL and XL Tour Driver Review

The Cleveland HiBore has helped Jerry Kelly and Vijay Singh (among others) to compete on the PGA Tour, but how does it help us amateurs? [March 23, 2007]

Callaway X Hot Fairway Wood Review

The Callaway X-Hot fairway wood is both long in the shaft and off the tee. It serves as a great second option off the tee and doesn't do too bad off the deck either. [March 16, 2007]

Velocity Wipes Review

Velocity Wipes are a product intended to make cleaning golf clubs simple and convenient. I found that they delivered on their promise in almost every category. [February 23, 2007]

Nike CCi Cast Irons Review

Nike Golf's newest irons are solid all the way around, nothing more and nothing less. [February 2, 2007]

The Architects Golf Club (Lopatcong, NJ) Review

On New Jersey's western border, just across the Delaware from Easton, PA, lies a golf course that proves a great test doesn't have to bring you to your knees. [January 17, 2007]

Scotty Cameron Detour Putter Review

I call my Detour "Vera" after Vera Wang. I'll let you figure out why… [December 22, 2006]

Boomerang Putting System Review

The Boomerang Putting System is an easy-to-use training aid that lets a golfer practice just about anywhere he or she wants. While a bit gimmicky in the promotion of the product, the Bommerang itself is simple and provides just what a golfer needs - a tool that provides instant feedback to groove your putting stroke. [December 15, 2006]

Adams Idea Pro Hybrid Iron Review

Adams Golf recently released their new Idea Pro hybrid. Intended to fill a need for a non-offset players club it has found a good reception amongst professionals. [December 8, 2006]

QuickRange GPS Review

This GPS unit will talk to you and give you yardage to the center of the green just like a caddy. You're still on your own to decide what club you need to get it there. [November 17, 2006]

Golf Stretching for a Better Swing DVD Review

Mike Pedersen is an accomplished athlete in peak physical condition. Can the stretching routine he demonstrates help your swing? That will depend on you. [October 27, 2006]

Bag Boy Navigator Electric Cart Review

I desperately wanted to see the Bag Boy Navigator as the next step up from Sun Mountain's Speed E Cart, but I was nothing but disappointed. [October 22, 2006]

Callaway Fusion Wide Sole Irons Review

Callaway's Fusion Wide Sole irons promise to help you improve your game without doing anything to your swing. Possible? Check out our review to find out. [October 8, 2006]

Riverwood National Golf Course

Does the Twin Cities area need another golf course in an oversaturated market? Does converted farmland make a good golf course? Yes and yes (although about three million yards of dirt had to pushed around first). [October 7, 2006]

Titleist Forged 755 Irons Review

In the new 755 irons, Titleist has a forged cavity back design that mid-handicappers can call their own. [October 6, 2006]

Titleist 585.H Hybrid Review

The Titleist PT 585.H is a holy grail of sorts: the perfect hybrid blend of long iron and fairway wood. Me likey. [September 15, 2006]

Little Mountain Country Club (Concord, OH) Review

"Deep Freakin' Bunkers Country Club" may be a better name for this course, but Little Mountain will suffice for now. [September 10, 2006]

Ogio Straight Jacket Travel Bag Review

The Ogio Straight Jacket: a $99 travel bag that protects your sticks while looking stylish to boot. [September 3, 2006]

TaylorMade r7 Draw Driver Review

The TaylorMade r7 Draw Driver is supposed to help cure a slice and add distance, but so say many other drivers. Does this one have what it takes to cure this slicer's problem? [September 1, 2006]

Puku Long Putter Review

Does your putting stroke make your stomach turn? Puku Golf's adjustable belly putters could help your game. [August 26, 2006]

Nickent 3DX Hybrid Irons Review

With hybrids now mainstream equipment, Nickent leverages its success in this niche to introduce an integrated set of irons and hybrids that totally rethink loft progression. So is their lofty promise justified? [August 18, 2006]

Sun Mountain Speed E Cart Review

I've always been a "walker," but the Speed E Cart has redefined how I view lugging a bag around 18 or more holes of golf. [August 11, 2006]

Nike SasQuatch Tour Driver Review

The Nike SasQuatch has found its way into the bags of Tiger Woods and Michelle Wie. Will it find its way into yours, too? [August 5, 2006]

Nike Slingshot Hybrid Review

Nike entered the golf market only a few short years ago. Originally just another means for Tiger Woods to collected obscene amounts of money Nike has begun to offer products that perform. Nike's Slingshot Hybrid is one such item. [August 4, 2006]

Nickent 3DX Pro Irons Review

Nickent, long known for their hybrids, has leapt into the iron-making game with one of the biggest names in iron design. Does John Hoeflich's first effort live up to the "Pro" title? [July 31, 2006]

Callaway X-Tour Forged Wedge Review

Callaway's X-Tour wedges are a mixture of old and new, especially the models with the PM grind and MD grooves. [July 28, 2006]

Titleist Forged 695MB Irons Review

Titleist's Forged 695MB is not for the weekend duffer, but for the golfer who takes tremendous pleasure in hitting a forged, muscleback iron on the button. [July 26, 2006]

MacGregor MACTEC NVG2 Tour Driver Review

MacGregor's new MACTEC NVG2 Tour driver is aimed at skilled golfers, but packs plenty of forgiveness. [July 14, 2006]

Grey Hawk Golf Club (LaGrange, OH) Review

Grey Hawk will drop the jaws of the higher handicapper, but it fails to appeal to better players and fans of architecture. [July 14, 2006]

Callaway X460 Driver Review

Will a new sole and an extra six cubic centimeters make the X460 that much better than the Big Bertha 454? [July 9, 2006]

Callaway HX Tour Golf Balls

Callaway's HX Tour ball has been slightly redesigned for 2006, with changes to the cover and the production process. [July 9, 2006]

Odyssey White Steel Tri-Ball SRT Putter Review

The Odyssey White Hot Tri-Ball SRT Putter is bigger than its older Two-Ball sibling, but is it better? [June 30, 2006]

Titleist 905R Driver Review

Titleist was one of the last of the club manufacturers to move to the legal limit of 460cc. Was it worth the wait? [June 23, 2006]

Cleveland CG11 Wedge Review

Cleveland Golf has always been at the forefront of wedges and wedge technology. So let's see how the CG11s stack up to the rest. [June 23, 2006]

Titleist Forged 775.CB Irons Review

The 775.CB irons may have "Titleist" and "forged" stamped on each clubhead, but they also have "game improvement" written all over them. [June 16, 2006]

Nike Slingshot OSS Irons Review

The Nike Slingshot OSS irons were on the Golf Digest 2006 Hot List, but do they really belong? [June 16, 2006]

Callaway HX Pearl Balls Review

The HX Pearl is Callaway Golf's first ball designed for women, though it may end up being a favorite among distance-minded men as well. [June 9, 2006]

Nickent 3DX Ironwood DC Review

Nickent, a major player in the hybrid market, recently released an upgrade to their popular Ironwood series clubs. The 3DX Ironwood DC is a reliable and high-performance club that you're sure to enjoy. [June 9, 2006]

Candywood Golf Club (Vienna, OH) Review

Candywood Golf Club features great course conditions and a tremendous value. I only wish the design was a bit more interesting. [June 7, 2006]

Scotty Cameron by Titleist Circa 62 Putter Review

Scotty Cameron pays tribute to the putters of his youth with the Circa 62 line. How do these old school putters stack up in the present day? [June 2, 2006]

RadarGolf System Review

RadarGolf says you may never lose a golf ball again. Is this a case of "too good to be true" or does the device actually work? [May 26, 2006]

TaylorMade TP Red/TP Black Ball Review

A challenger to the throne that Titleist built? TaylorMade, surprisingly, has more than this: they have a potential successor. [May 19, 2006]

Cleveland HiBore Driver Review

The Cleveland HiBore is a radically shaped driver that boasts, for perhaps the first time in the age of the titanium driver, a sweet spot that perfectly lines up with the center of gravity. [May 19, 2006]

Sun Mountain RainFlex Pullover Review

Truly a unique product, Sun Mountian's RainFlex delivers much needed protection from the elements when you're enjoying golf in the rain. [May 19, 2006]

Never Compromise GM2-HM Putter Review

The Never Compromise GM2-HM is a high-MOI putter in a traditional mallet body with a unique woven insert. [May 12, 2006]

Tour Edge Exotics Driver Review

After 20 years in the golf business, Tour Edge finally has a big stick to compete with the big boys. [May 7, 2006]

TaylorMade RAC MB TP Irons Review

TaylorMade updates the "TP" irons with what's best described as "tradition meets technology." The RAC MB TPs are a winner. [May 5, 2006]

Nickent Pipe Putter Review

With two new blade-style models, is less more for Nickent's Pipe putters? [April 28, 2006]

Adams a2 OS Hybrid Review

Hybrids are making a splash on not only the Champions and PGA Tours, but on local golf courses as well. Should a forward-thinking golfer consider the Adams a2 OS? [April 21, 2006]

MacGregor Fat Lady Swings Putter Review

Bobby Grace has redesigned the famous Fat Lady Swings. The new putter provides balance, high MOI and best of all, a wonderful experience on the putting surface. [April 14, 2006]

Tifosi Optics Sunglasses Review

Tifosi Optics makes golf-specific sunglasses with interchangeable lenses for customized performance. [April 7, 2006]

Bionic Glove Review

Gentlemen, we can rebuild him. We have the technology. We have the capability to build the world's first bionic man. [March 31, 2006]

TaylorMade r7 425/460 Drivers Review

TaylorMade has been one of the leaders year over year in drivers on tour. This year they have revised their R7 line with the new 425 and 460 models. For current TaylorMade fans, this is a newer, more stylish version of driver that is not only appealing to the eye, but the golf game as well. [March 24, 2006]

Oak Tree Country Club, West Middlesex, PA

Oak Tree Country Club is a shotmaker's course: you'll be forced to work the ball both directions to navigate this deceptively narrow track. [March 22, 2006]

Trion:Z Ionic/Magnetic Bracelet Review

Magnets have long been associated with the ability to enhance the body's natural healing ability. After trying on the Trion:Z Ionic/Magnetic bracelet I'm still skeptical but keeping an open mind. [March 17, 2006]

Ernie Els Training System Review

Great things really do come in small packages (and carry the name of the PGA Tour's 'Big Easy')! [March 16, 2006]

MyTPI Personal Fitness Review

MyTPI: all the benefits of a personal physical trainer without someone screaming "ONE MORE TIME!" in your ear. [March 3, 2006]

Scratch Golf Wedge Review

Scratch Golf is a maker of custom-built wedges. Read on to see how do they rate against the big boys of wedge makers. [February 24, 2006]

Feel Golf Wedge Review

Find out if Feel Golf Wedges really do have feel or if their name is just an oxy moron. [February 17, 2006]

F2 Wedge Review

Can a club really help you you hit the ball to within 10 feet of the pin twice as often, from 100 yards in. [February 10, 2006]

Shiperio Golf Card Game Review

Add Shiperio to the short list of good golf games you play off the course and at a table. [February 7, 2006]

SwingJuice Energy Drink

We all know hydration on the golf course is important. Let's see if SwingJuice, a golf-focused energy drink, can find its way into the drink holders on our golf carts. [January 27, 2006]

The Fitness Secrets of Championship Golfers

Proper fitness, nutrition, and mental training can significantly improve your results whether you are a touring professional or weekend hack. If you are serious about getting better at golf and improving your overall health this book may be a step in the right direction for you. [January 20, 2006]

Titleist Forged 735.CM Irons Review

Titleist's 735.CM irons were some of the most eagerly awaited products of 2005. Do they stack up? [December 16, 2005]

Ogio Grom Stand Bag Review

In the world of golf bags the Ogio Grom is a solid contender. It has loads of unique features, is well made, and has good looks. [December 9, 2005]

Sonartec MD Hybrid Review

The Sonartec MD has been a leader in the hybrid market for years. A solid club with a penetrating ball flight, the MD matches up well with all other hybrids. Golfers looking at hybrids should consider the Sonartec, especially if they have a higher ball flight. [December 1, 2005]

PeakVision Sports Glasses Review

PeakVision Sports is making a big name for itself with a line of golf- specific sunglasses. Our verdict: The company has a bright future. [November 18, 2005]

TaylorMade r7 Fairway Wood Review

The r7 isn't just a driver (or irons): it's also a fairway wood, and it's a damn fine one at that. [November 11, 2005]

Scotty Cameron Putter Restoration and Custom Shop

Scotty Cameron introduced custom and restoration services in April, and we take them for a test drive with an old, beat up Coronado. [November 8, 2005]

Alpha C830.2 Driver Review

The Alpha C830.2 is the one of the newest offerings from Alpha Golf Clubs. Don't be put off by the obscurity in the name. This club should be one of the first clubs you try, not the last. [October 28, 2005]

B3 Heavy Putter Review

The Heavy Putter is just that - a very heavy putter. Unfortunately, the extra weight will only drag down your putting game. [October 22, 2005]

Big Oak Putters T’ville Review

Big Oak Putters makes handmade, milled putters that do not have a huge following - yet. Tom Jenkins is using one on the Champions Tour, now see if you should be using one in your Tuesday night beer league. [October 14, 2005]

TourEdge Bazooka JMax 460cc Carbon Driver Review

The TourEdge Bazooka JMax 460cc Carbon Driver may be the best driver you've never heard of. But now you don't have that excuse anymore, do you? [October 7, 2005]

TaylorMade Rescue Dual/TP Review

TaylorMade's Rescue Mid was a good club. Can the addition of movable weights vault the Rescue to "must-own" territory? [September 30, 2005]

Zero Friction Tee Review

The Zero Friction golf tee may be the best of the "alternative" golf tees around. You just can't break these things! [September 16, 2005]

Orlimar VT380 Fairway Wood Review

The VT380 is the latest in the line of fairway metal woods from Orlimar. This version falls short of recapturing the market previous models once held. [September 9, 2005]

Odyssey White Steel 2-Ball Blade Putter Review

If you've been holding out on getting a 2-Ball, hop on the bandwagon and give the White Steel models a try. [September 2, 2005]

TaylorMade Rossa AGSI Putters Review

The 2005 line of Rossa putters features TaylorMade's innovative "AGSI" technology for a smoother roll, but do the putters make the cut? [August 26, 2005]

Rosasen Apparel Review

Is it possible to look cool in golf clothes? Rosasen thinks so. Find out what we think. [August 23, 2005]

Callaway Big Bertha Fusion FT-3 Driver Review

The Big Bertha Fusion FT-3 driver is the third generation of composite-based drivers from Callaway Golf. Looks like the third time's the charm. [August 19, 2005]

TaylorMade r5 Dual Driver Review

The TaylorMade r5 Dual drivers incorporate design elements from the successful r7 Quad drivers in a bigger clubhead. The new design has both benefits and drawbacks. [August 10, 2005]

Back-Nine Lytes Review

Can an electrolyte pill really help improve your golf game? We tested out Back-Nine Lytes to see if it would help us get through this summer heat. [August 5, 2005]

David Leadbetter Swing Setter Review

While no substitute for instruction from a PGA Professional, the Leadbetter Swing Setter promotes key swing fundamentals. [August 4, 2005]

Moseau Bamboo Fiber Shirt Review

We used to play with hickory and persimmon. How about bamboo… in your shirts and socks? [July 29, 2005]

3M Greptile Premium Golf Glove Review

3M makes golf apparel? You bet, and it's not too bad either. [July 27, 2005]

Peek’n Peak Resort, Upper Golf Course

A fair test of golf that plays far shorter than the 7025 yards listed, the Upper Course at the Peak is a sight to behold. [July 26, 2005]

Adidas ClimaCool Polo and Shoes

Adidas has released some nice performance enhancing apparel and footwear that blends comfort and style. See what we think about one of their polos and a pair of shoes. [July 20, 2005]

Bag Boy EZ Fold 12 Three Wheel Push Cart Review

The Bag Boy EZ Fold 12 Push Cart is both lightweight and as simple to fold as its name implies. But how did it stack up on the golf course? [July 15, 2005]

Vokey Spin Milled Wedge Review

Bob Vokey is a renowned wedge maker, and in 2005 he introduced a spin-milled variation that adds spin but retains the shape and playability of the classic wedge line. [July 12, 2005]

TaylorMade RAC LT Irons Review

The RAC LT irons: the perfect blend of feel and forgiveness? From TaylorMade? Our reviewer thinks so. [July 1, 2005]

Callaway Big Bertha 454 Review

The Callaway Big Bertha 454 may not be Callaway's top of the line driver now that the FT-3 is out, but it's a solid everyman's driver that'll keep you in the fairway. [June 22, 2005]

Bushnell PinSeeker 1500 w/Slope Review

The Bushnell PinSeeker 1500 is a $449 range finder that measures yardage and slope. How much would you pay to have an exact yardage to every pin? [June 20, 2005]

Aserta Monster Putter Review

The Aserta Monster putter by Parente is dead-on from short range, but is it good enough from long-range to get the job done? [June 11, 2005]

Review Policy

We may have sponsors, but they do NOT influence our reviews. If you'd like to hear that in more words, read on. [May 20, 2005]

Nickent 3DX Driver Review

Nickent Golf isn't yet a household name in the golf equipment neighborhood. That might change with products like the new 3DX Driver. [May 17, 2005]

Titleist 904F Review

Titleist's 904F harkens back to the days of the beloved PT with a touch of new technology to deliver arguably the best fairway wood in the game. [May 16, 2005]

MacGregor V-Foil M675 Iron Review

MacGregor has been out of the game for awhile, but with their new MacTec driver and these V-Foil irons, they may have climbed back into the ring. [May 13, 2005]

Bolle Kicker and Kickback Sunglasses Review

Will the Bollé Kickers or Kickbacks make me switch from my old trusty pairs of Oakleys? [May 12, 2005]

Yes! Sophia Putter Review

Yes! puts the traditional blade style putter back in play with the Sophia. And it's got the vintage appeal and modern technology I've been looking for. [May 11, 2005]

SkyCaddie Review

This GPS unit can tell you the exact distances to greens and trouble. Just don't use it in competition or you may find yourself in trouble. [May 6, 2005]

MacGregor MACTEC NVG Driver Review

MacGregor's new MACTEC NVG driver is one of the most distinctive drivers on the market today. Can this titanium model live up to MacGregor's storied history? [May 3, 2005]

Scotty Cameron by Titleist Futura Phantom Mallet Review

Can the new Titleist/Cameron Futura Phantom Mallet replace my beloved Red X? You bet! [April 28, 2005]

MacGregor V-FOIL GT by Bobby Grace Putter Review

The best-selling putter of the last three years is the Odyssey 2-Ball Putter. One of the newest competitors to the 2-Ball dynasty is MacGregor's V-FOIL GT Putter. I recently put this Bobby Grace-designed mallet through its paces. [April 20, 2005]

Vistoso Golf School

Vistoso Golf Club has a great golf school. Book through for a great golf package. [April 14, 2005]

Yes! Olivia Mallet Putter Review

Yes! putters have a fanatical following, and now they've got some new toys: removable weights in a classic mallet putter. Sink more putts and sound unique doing it? You bet. [April 13, 2005]

ProAim Putting Training Glasses

The ProAim has been widely touted as a great training aid. I fail to see why: it's a waste of sixty bucks that may in fact impair your putting far more than it helps it. [March 29, 2005]

Titleist 503.H Hybrid Iron

Hybrids are making a splash at every level. The versatile Titleist 503.H allowed me to remove my 2-iron. [March 14, 2005]

Ballzee, the Pocket Ball Washer

It's every man's dream: Ballzee cleans your balls, fits in your pocket, and stays wet for hours. [March 9, 2005]

Bite Golf Shoes

Bite invented the golf sandal, but that's not all they've got to offer. We check out a few of their shoes and highly recommend at least one of them. [March 7, 2005]

Maxfli BlackMAX: The Newest Challenger?

Just how good is Maxfli's BlackMAX ball? Is it good enough to knock-off the king of golf balls - Titleist's Pro V1? [February 18, 2005]

The Green, by Troon McAllister

The book is a fantasy disappointment through and through. [February 13, 2005]

Nike Dri-Fit Socks

Eighteen holes of golf equates to about 4½ miles, make sure your feet are comfortable. [February 10, 2005]


CaddyPatches - suede leather impact markers - cost less and offer less hassle than impact tape. Why haven't you switched? [February 8, 2005]

TaylorMade Rac Y-Cutter Wedge Review

TaylorMade's y-grooves are all the rage on the PGA Tour, but are they worth it for amateur golfers? [January 27, 2005]

“The Sweetest Game” by Cal Brown

A book about "Playing Golf By Your Better Instincts." [January 21, 2005]

Ogio Exo Stand Bag

Ogio's Exo has a Woode™, and you will too after you give this stand bag a try. [December 19, 2004]

The Loooong Green Line

The back sleeve of the book describes Newport's journey playing America's mini tours as "wild," but there's nothing wild about it. [December 14, 2004]

Stinger Tees

Stinger Tees - yet another tee that helps you hit the ball further. The difference? These actually make sense, and are affordable too! [December 1, 2004]

Ultimate Golf Fitness Guide

The Sand Trap takes a look at Ultimate Golf Fitness Guide by Mike Pedersen. At $47, this eBook tips the "expensive" scales a bit, but it's worth it in the end. [November 30, 2004]

Epoch Tees

Can tees really improve your golf game? Perhaps sometimes it's just the confidence. [November 17, 2004]

hammY Putter

The hammY putter is an interesting take on rolling the ball into the hole. How does it fare? [October 8, 2004]

Scotty Cameron Red X

The Scotty Cameron Red X is a premium mallet putter. Will it help you make more putts? [October 4, 2004]


The Brush-T guarantees straighter, longer drives. What doesn't these days? [September 25, 2004]

AJ Reveals the Truth about Golf

The AJ Golf series promises to reveal the truth about golf for only $89.95. Does it? [September 11, 2004]

Wilson Deep Red Irons

Braz, a 27 handicap golfer, reviews the Wilson Deep Red irons: in his opinion, an excellent set of irons for the mid- to high-handicapper. [September 3, 2004]

I recommend that you DO NOT buy equipment from Ever. [September 1, 2004]