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Adams Speedline Tech driver

The bulge and roll of the face in the Adams Speedline Tech driver has been reconfigured, paired with a titanium body that sports an attached graphite wing.

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Adams goes white with Super S, Super LS lines

More white golf clubs were coming. Everybody knew it. Now here they are for 2013 -- white-headed metalwoods from Adams, joining the parade of white drivers, fairway woods and hybrids introduced by TaylorMade in 2011.

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Adams XTD driver and fairway woods

Adams Golf soon will launch its XTD driver, which features Cut-Through Velocity Slots designed to amplify trampoline effect. The XTD Ti fairway woods are made of titanium and have slots of their own.

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Bridgestone J40 445 & 430 drivers

Who says all modern drivers are 460 cubic centimeters in size? The names of two Bridgestone drivers, J40 445 and J40 430, reflect the volume (in CCs) of the heads.

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Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 815 drivers

Callaway unveiled its new Big Bertha Alpha 815 and Big Bertha Alpha 815 Double Black Diamond drivers Oct. 1.

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Callaway Big Bertha, Big Bertha Alpha

Big Bertha is back. Callaway Golf will use the famous name for two new drivers and a line of fairway woods for 2014.

VIDEO: Callaway's Big Bertha driver

Dr. Alan Hocknell, Senior Vice President of Research and Development at Callaway, walks you through the relaunch of the Big Bertha driver line.

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PHOTOS: Callaway Big Bertha driver

A look at Callaway's new Big Bertha driver.

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Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 815 drivers

Callaway unveiled its new Big Bertha Alpha 815 and Big Bertha Alpha 815 Double Black Diamond drivers Oct. 1.

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Winner's Bag: Patrick Reed, WGC-Cadillac Championship

Here is a complete list of the clubs Patrick Reed used to win the WGC-Cadillac Championship.

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With new driver in bag, Mickelson expects big things

Phil Mickelson says this could be the best year of his career, all because of a new club: a 9.5-degree Big Bertha Alpha driver, which he used rarely in a highly successful 2013 campaign.

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Callaway Big Bertha, Big Bertha Alpha

Big Bertha is back. Callaway Golf will use the famous name for two new drivers and a line of fairway woods for 2014.

VIDEO: Callaway's Big Bertha Alpha driver

Dr. Alan Hocknell, Senior Vice President of Research and Development at Callaway, explains the technology behind the new Big Bertha Alpha.

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PHOTOS: Callaway Big Bertha Alpha driver

A look at Callaway's new Big Bertha Alpha driver.

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Callaway Big Bertha V Series Drivers

The latest Big Bertha is targeted at players who need to increase their clubhead speed to maximize distance.

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Callaway FT Optiforce drivers

Callaway Golf officials have high hopes for the new FT Optiforce drivers, but a more important strategy story is emerging at company headquarters.

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New Callaway driver goes Xtreme

Callaway is introducing a driver - the Razr Fit Xtreme - and preaching a club-fitting philosophy that is different than driver developments from several other companies.

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Callaway X2 Hot & X2 Hot Pro lineup

Any discussion of Callaway Golf’s new family of clubs revolves around the word hot -- it's even in the name of the new Callaway X2 Hot lineup of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons.

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Callaway X2 Hot & X2 Hot Pro driver

Callaway's new X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro drivers are all about ball speed, with a face 4 percent larger than the previous model without adding weight.

VIDEO: Callaway's X2 Hot & X2 Hot Pro Driver

Callaway's Alan Hocknell breaks down the technology behind the new X2 Hot and X2 Hot Pro driver.

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Callaway X Hot, X Hot Pro drivers

There is no mistaking what Callaway wanted to do when it made the X Hot driver: maximize distance. Its CG is adjusted for each loft offered.

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Cleveland 588 Custom, 588 Altitude drivers

Cleveland has expanded its 588 family into metalwoods, with a new 588 Custom driver available Feb. 7 alongside the 588 Altitude driver introduced in November.

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Cleveland CG Black driver

The lightest driver on the market enhances, and preserves, ball speed for slower-swinging players.

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Cleveland CG Black driver

The Cleveland CG Black driver features a classic-looking head that is aerodynamically shaped to slip easily through the air, with a crown that slopes down sharply in the back section.

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Cleveland Classic XL, Classic XL Custom drivers

Cleveland gave the Classic XL the largest, deepest face of any driver it has created while building on the cosmetic success of the Classic, while the XL Custom adds adjustability to the head.

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Srixon Z 545, Z 745 drivers

Japanese company Srixon returns with two new drivers, the Z 545 and Z 745, designed to marry adjustability with classic looks.

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Cobra launches AMP Cell driver

Cobra's AMP Cell driver family will offer golfers more loft-adjustment choices than anything currently on the market.

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Cobra to showcase special-edition orange AMP driver

There is orange, and then there is screaming, fire-breathing orange. Cobra’s new special edition orange AMP driver, inspired by Rickie Fowler, falls into the latter category.

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Cobra Baffler XL

The Cobra Baffler is an iconic name, forever linked with a utility club that could be hit from virtually any lie. But its legacy soon will expand to an entire family of clubs.

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PHOTOS: Cobra Baffler XL line

The Cobra Baffler XL line of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons will expand on an iconic name in utility-club history. Here are images of the clubs in the line.

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Cobra BiO Cell Pro Driver

With the May 1 release of its new BIO CELL Pro driver, Cobra expands the BIO Cell family to three clubs. Each is intended for a specific level of play.

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Cobra BiO Cell driver

Improved weight placement and an adjustable hosel system help Cobra’s latest drivers create more distance.

VIDEO: Cobra Bio Cell, Bio Cell+ Drivers

Cobra's Jose Miraflor, Director of Product Marketing, breaks down the technology behind the Bio Cell and Bio Cell+ drivers.

  • JPX-825
  • JPX-850
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Mizuno JPX-825 driver

The Mizuno JPX-825 driver has a square face angle, favored by many skilled players, and a multi-thickness CORTECH face to optimize distance, forgiveness and control.

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Mizuno JPX-850 drivers, woods, hybrids

For 2015, Mizuno is focusing more intently than ever on the metalwood market with its new JPX-850 line, which went on sale in November.

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Mizuno JPX-850 drivers, woods, hybrids, irons

Mizuno's JPX-850 line offers comprehensive options, from a driver with sliding weight tracks to cast or forged irons as well as fairway woods and hybrids.

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Nike Vapor Flex Driver

A CG-shifting weight system and channel in the sole make the Nike Vapor Flex of the most unique drivers on the market.

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Nike Vapor Pro driver

Nike will release the Vapor Pro Driver in January, a club that Rory McIlroy has put to use at the 2014 Ryder Cup.

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Nike Vapor Speed Driver

A channel in the sole and a deeper face help maintain ball speed for greater distance with the new Nike Vapor Speed.

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VIDEO: Rory McIlroy talks about his Nike driver

Rory McIlroy talks about his Nike VR_S Covert 2.0 driver with Golfweek's David Dusek.

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Nike Covert 2.0 Matte Black Edition driver

Nike's new VR_S Covert 2.0 Matte Black Edition driver will cost $299 and be available only in right-handed versions when it arrives in stores May 15.

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Woods employs new Nike driver at World Challenge

Tiger Woods switched into a Nike VRS Covert 2.0 Tour driver -- and also went from a 73-gram Mitsubishi Diamana White Board to a 103-gram Blue Board.

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With McIlroy in tow, Nike introduces new line

Rory McIlroy spoke frankly at Nike's recent Innovation Unleashed event in Las Vegas -- as did Nike Golf president Cindy Davis.

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Nike VRS Covert 2.0 driver

Nike's 2014 VRS Covert 2.0 driver might not look much different on the outside, but its new Fly-Brace technology in the hollow internal cavity gives the clubhead a new stiffness that the company feels is a good thing.

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Nike VRS Covert 2.0 driver

Nike's 2014 VRS Covert 2.0 driver might not look much different on the outside, but its new Fly-Brace technology in the hollow internal cavity gives the clubhead a new stiffness that the company feels is a good thing.

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Nike launches cavity-back VR_S Covert driver

The new adjustable VR_S Covert driver is the most distinctive club ever released by Nike Golf. The head is a deep red. The loft can be changed from 8.5 degree to 12.5 degree.

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Nike introduces new Covert driver line

In February, 2013, golfers will see Nike's new Covert drivers, fairway woods and hybrids in retail outlets. Throughout November, 2012, Nike is staging official introductions of the Covert driver and saving the fairway woods and hybrids for later.

  • Anser
  • G25
  • G30
  • i20
  • i25
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Ping's Anser line is 'super premium'

Ping's adjustable driver is a bet on golfers understanding the benefits of a personalized driver, with the whole line hitting stores in late August.

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G25 is next up in Ping's G series evolution

Next in the evolution of Ping's G series: the new G25. At the PGA Merchandise Show on January 24-26 in Orlando, Fla., Ping will showcase this new line. Bubba Watson has switched to the G25, as has fellow Ping staffer Hunter Mahan.

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Ping G30 driver

Ping, mostly a quiet and conservative family-owned club manufacturer, is unusually enthusiastic about the official July 3 introduction of the G30 family of clubs. The family includes irons, hybrids, fairway woods and drivers.

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Ping G30 driver set for Bubba Watson

When the Greenbrier Classic starts Thursday on PGA Tour, Bubba Watson will use the new Ping G30 driver that will be introduced there and at the Open de France.

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Ping's i20 clubs set to debut in February

James Achenbach: Ping’s new club family, the i20, offers the latest in a long line of distinctive-looking offerings that date to the company's founding 53 years ago.

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Ping i25 driver

Ping makes its low-spinning i25 driver more adjustable, more forgiving and more sporty.

  • AeroBurner
  • Burner SuperFast 2.0
  • JetSpeed
  • R11S
  • R15
  • R1 & R1 Black
  • RocketBallz
  • RocketBallz Stage 2 & Tour
  • SLDR
  • SLDR 430
  • SLDR MiniDriver
  • SLDR S
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TaylorMade AeroBurner driver

Over the years, Burner became one of those iconic, easy-to-remember golf club names. Now it’s back.

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Winner's Bag: Kevin Stadler, Phoenix Open

Kevin Stadler came from behind to win his first PGA Tour event on Sunday after he shot a closing-round 68 at the TPC Scottsdale. Here's what he had in his bag at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.

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TaylorMade celebrates boom in white metalwoods

To celebrate the one millionth white-headed metalwood sold in the United States in 2011, TaylorMade will send a disguised Dustin Johnson to deliver a prize to an unsuspecting golfer.

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Behind TaylorMade’s all-white clubs for 2011

The official start of the PGA Tour season has supplied answers to questions surrounding TaylorMade’s all-white clubs for 2011.

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Winner's bag: Brian Harman, John Deere Classic

Here is a complete list of the clubs Brian Harman used to win the 2014 John Deere Classic.

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Toy Box notes: TaylorMade gear in Hawaii

TaylorMade’s new JetSpeed driver offers another choice to touring pros, as have Tour Preferred MB irons and the Tour Preferred X golf ball as the PGA Tour spent two weeks in Hawaii.

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TaylorMade JetSpeed driver

The first cut-through sole design and a lower-forward CG placement give the new TaylorMade JetSpeed driver more power.

VIDEO: TaylorMade's new JetSpeed driver

The first cut-through sole design and a lower-forward CG placement give the new TaylorMade JetSpeed driver more power.

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TaylorMade introduces new RocketBallz clubs

A year after a successful campaign with its white-headed metalwoods, TaylorMade reveals its new line of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons called RocketBallz, as well as a new R11S line.

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TaylorMade celebrates boom in white metalwoods

To celebrate the one millionth white-headed metalwood sold in the United States in 2011, TaylorMade will send a disguised Dustin Johnson to deliver a prize to an unsuspecting golfer.

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Behind TaylorMade’s all-white clubs for 2011

The official start of the PGA Tour season has supplied answers to questions surrounding TaylorMade’s all-white clubs for 2011.

TaylorMade goes white with new R11 woods

What do the Oakland Raiders, Johnny Cash and Gary Player have in common? All three are known for black apparel.

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TaylorMade R15 driver

TaylorMade will release its new driver, the R15, in January with enhanced sliding-weight technology features for golfers.

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TaylorMade to release R1 Black driver

Heeding consumer demand for a more conventional look, TaylorMade will begin offering its white R1 driver in an all-black version. The R1 Black hits select retailers beginning June 10.

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Harrington will use TaylorMade R1 driver at Masters

Padraig Harrington, playing a game of musical chairs with his driver, will go into the Masters with a TaylorMade R1 driver and an abundance of confidence.

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TaylorMade introduces new R1, RocketBallz Stage 2

TaylorMade's encore to a highly successful 2012? New adjustability, new graphics, new shafts options and new names. Say hello to R1 and RocketBallz Stage 2.

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TaylorMade introduces new RocketBallz clubs

A year after a successful campaign with its white-headed metalwoods, TaylorMade reveals its new line of drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and irons called RocketBallz, as well as a new R11S line.

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TaylorMade introduces new R1, RocketBallz Stage 2

TaylorMade's encore to a highly successful 2012? New adjustability, new graphics, new shafts options and new names. Say hello to R1 and RocketBallz Stage 2.

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TaylorMade Limited Edition SLDR White driver

On Thursday, TaylorMade announced that the Limited Edition SLDR White would begin shipping May 2.

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TaylorMade 14-degree SLDR driver

The introduction of the 14-degree SLDR driver has presented one of TaylorMade's biggest challenges, because most golfers identify 14 degrees with a strong 3-wood, not a driver.

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Increase in loft common with SLDR line

TaylorMade, with its new line of SLDR drivers, fairway woods and hybrids, has taken the traditional perception of loft and altered it substantially.

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TaylorMade SLDR driver

Nearly a decade ago, TaylorMade revolutionized its drivers with movable weight technology. Its newest model, the SLDR, advances the concept with a sliding weight that makes adjustability easier than ever.

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TaylorMade SLDR driver to debut

The TaylorMade SLDR driver appeared last week on the USGA's Conforming Driver list and made its debut on the PGA Tour at the John Deere Clasic in Silvis, Ill.

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TaylorMade SLDR 430 driver

The TaylorMade SLDR 430 driver is smaller-headed version of the original SLDR, and still packs a high-tech punch.

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TaylorMade SLDR S woods

TaylorMade has a new version of its SLDR woods on the way to market, called the SLDR S and available in drivers, fairway woods and rescue hybrids.

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Winner's Bag: Jimmy Walker, Pebble Beach

It wasn't smooth sailing Stillwater Cove for Jimmy Walker on Sunday, but the Texan was able to hold on and win the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am by one shot. Here's a complete list of the clubs that Walker used to win at Pebble Beach.

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Titleist 910 models in use at British Open

I am fascinated by golfers who switch drivers.

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Titleist debuts adjustable 910 series drivers

Two new glueless, interchangeable, adjustable Titleist 910 drivers debuted at the AT&T National, where 15 players, including Rickie Fowler, used the successors to the popular 909 series.

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Scott to wield 913D3 driver and Futura prototype

Adam Scott will compete at the Masters with a new driver and putter: a Titleist 913D3 driver and a Scotty Cameron Futura X Prototype putter.

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Titleist introduces 913 hybrid, fairway wood

Titleist's new 913 driver has made an early appearance on Tour with the likes of Rory McIlroy, and now you will see more of the 913 fairway and hybrid line as well.

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Notes: Stricker ponders switch to Titleist 913

Notebook: Steve Stricker debating going with new Titleist 913 or stick with his trusty 909 D3, while R&A discusses slow play.

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14 players use Titleist 913 driver at AT&T National

The Darrell Survey equipment count from the AT&T National revealed that 34 players used Titleist drivers, including 14 with the new 913 model.

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Toy Box: Tour players get look at Titleist 913

As PGA Tour players arrived June 25 for the AT&T National, they were greeted by the new Titleist 913 driver line.

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Titleist 915D2, 915D3 drivers

A channel in the sole helps the Titleist 915 D2 and 915D3 drivers provide more distance without sacrificing forgiveness.

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Titleist 915 driver family

On June 23, Titleist unveiled the 915 driver family. The biggest difference between the 915 family and its predecessors is the addition of a channel in the sole of the clubs, just behind the face.

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Tour Edge Bazooka Max-D45 driver

Designed with golfers who have trouble generating clubhead speed in mind, the Bazooka Max-D45 has a 460cc all-titanium head with an aerodynamic shape.

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Tour Edge Exotics XCG6 driver

The Tour Edge Exotics XCG6 driver and its multilevel face design has the company's founder seeing a major step forward in feel and forgiveness as well as distance.

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Tour Edge Exotics XCG7 drivers

Tour Edge is unveiling a pair of new drivers – the Exotics XCG7 and XCG7 Beta – to help golfers find optimum spin for maximum distance.

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Tour Edge Exotics XRail driver

The Tour Edge Exotics XRail driver is built for mid- and high-handicap players who simply want to hit the ball as far, and straight, as possible.

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Wilson unveils D-100 family

Wilson’s new family of Staff D-100 golf clubs includes irons, drivers, fairway woods and hybrids for both men and women. It has been years since Wilson staged an introduction this comprehensive.

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Wilson Staff FG Tour M3

Wilson Golf is rolling out an entire new family of clubs under its Staff banner. The FG Tour M3 includes fairway woods, hybrids, irons and Wilson's first adjustable driver.