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ClubHub Swing Analyzer and Shot Tracking System

ClubHub Swing Analyzer and Shot Tracking System Golf Equipment

The goal of the ClubHub system is to not only show golfers where they hit the ball, but also teach them how the ball got there.

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Winner's Bag: Brandt Snedeker, 2016 Farmers Insurance Open

Winner's Bag: Brandt Snedeker, 2016 Farmers Insurance Open PGA Tour

The clubs Brandt Snedeker used to win the 2016 Farmers Insurance Open.

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2016 Titleist NXT Tour, NXT Tour S Golf Balls

2016 Titleist NXT Tour, NXT Tour S Golf Balls

The Titleist NXT Tour provides more distance and greenside spin, while NXT Tour S offers soft feel.

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Titleist Velocity Golf Balls

Titleist Velocity Golf Balls

Titleist Velocity golf balls are for players who want more speed and distance.

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Odyssey White Hot RX Putters

Odyssey White Hot RX Putters

Odyssey’s newest putter family, the Odyssey White Hot RX, combines two of the company’s most popular technologies into one putter for golfers who prefer soft feel and want to get the ball rolling on the greens.

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Titleist Vokey Design SM6 Wedges

Titleist Vokey Design SM6 Wedges

Titleist Vokey Design SM6 wedges have a variable center of gravity, based on loft, for more spin and control.

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Scotty Cameron Select Putters

Scotty Cameron Select Putters

Scotty Cameron Select putters combine multi-material construction with a blend of classic-looking blades modern mallets.

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TaylorMade M2 Rescue

TaylorMade M2 Rescue

TaylorMade developed the M2 Rescue to provide golfers more distance and forgiveness in an easy-to-hit replacement for their long irons.

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TaylorMade M2 Fairway Woods

TaylorMade M2 Fairway Woods

TaylorMade says its new M2 fairway woods are the longest-hitting fairway woods the company has created.

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TaylorMade M2, M2 Tour Irons

TaylorMade M2, M2 Tour Irons

TaylorMade M2 irons are designed to maximize distance and forgiveness

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TaylorMade M2 Driver

TaylorMade M2 Driver

The TaylorMade M2 driver maximizes distance and forgiveness thanks to a carbon-composite crown and fast face.

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Ping TR 1966 Putters

Ping TR 1966 Putters

The Ping TR 1966 Anser and Anser 2 are celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the original Ping Anser putter.

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2016 Bridgestone B330 Series Balls

2016 Bridgestone B330 Series Balls

The Bridgestone B330 Series balls are designed to deliver the improved performance based on your swing speed.

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Winner's Bag: Jason Dufner, 2016 CareerBuilder Challenge

Winner's Bag: Jason Dufner, 2016 CareerBuilder Challenge

The clubs Jason Dufner used to win the 2016 CareerBuilder Challenge.

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Rickie Fowler built his set of clubs with majors on his mind

PGA Tour Rickie Fowler built his set of clubs with majors on his mind

Rickie Fowler has built his set of clubs with the majors on his mind.

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Bridgestone JGR Driver

Bridgestone JGR Driver

Bridgestone's new JGR driver has an adjustable hosel, moveable weights, and textured face to create less spin and more distance.

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VIDEO: Rickie Fowler's King Forged MB Irons

VIDEO: Rickie Fowler's King Forged MB Irons PGA Tour

David Dusek gives you the details on Rickie Fowler's Cobra King Forged MB Irons.

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Callaway Chrome Soft Golf Ball

Callaway Chrome Soft Golf Ball

Callaway updated the Chrome Soft ball, giving it a fourth layer while without sacrificing soft feel.

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Winner's bag: Fabian Gomez, 2016 Sony Open in Hawaii

Winner's Bag: Fabian Gomez, 2016 Sony Open in Hawaii

The clubs that PGA Tour golfer Fabian Gomez used to win the 2016 Sony Open in Hawaii.

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Gary Woodland switches up clubs at Sony Open

Gary Woodland switches up clubs at Sony Open

PGA Tour winner Gary Woodland has a whole new bag of clubs at the Sony Open in Hawaii at Waialae Country Club.

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Callaway XR OS Irons

Callaway XR OS Irons

Callaway XR OS Irons increase forgiveness for the everyday mid- to high-handicap golfer.

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Ping's new G hybrids offer more distance and forgiveness

Ping's new G hybrids offer more distance and forgiveness

The Carpenter 455 steel face delivers higher ball speeds, and is aided by Ping’s Cascading Sole design.

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Ping G irons designed for increased ball speed

Ping G irons designed for increased ball speed

Ping's goal for the G irons was to increase ball speed and launch higher.

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Ping G Driver

Ping G Driver

Ping says the G driver has 6 percent higher moment of inertia from top to bottom and 1 percent higher from heel to toe than the G30.

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Ping G fairway woods allow for higher shots

Ping G fairway woods allow for higher shots

By decreasing the curvature of the sole, Ping's new G fairway woods have a lower leading edge, so players could get the leading edge under the ball more easily and hit higher shots.

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Ping Crossover irons offer mix of ball speed and shotmaking

Ping Crossover irons offer mix of ball speed and shotmaking

Inspired by crossover cars, Ping Crossover long irons have flat face like an iron, but are hollow like hybrids and metalwoods.

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Winner's Bag: Jordan Spieth, 2016 Hyundai Tournament of Champions

Winner's Bag: Jordan Spieth, 2016 Hyundai Tournament of Champions

The clubs Jordan Spieth used to win the 2016 Hyundai Tournament of Champions

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Callaway signs Tom Watson, Marc Leishman

Callaway signs Tom Watson, Marc Leishman

Eight-time major champion Tom Watson and world No. 26 Marc Leishman switch to Callaway.

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Tour Edge Exotics CB Pro Tungsten Irons

Tour Edge Exotics CB Pro Tungsten Irons

The hollow Tour Edge Exotics CB Pro Tungsten are designed to deliver more distance and consistency.

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Wilson Staff Duo Urethane Golf Ball

Wilson Staff Duo Urethane Golf Ball

The Wilson Staff Duo Urethane is a three-piece, ultra-soft ball designed to provide lots of greenside spin.

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Nike introduces four new resin-core golf balls

Nike introduces four new resin-core golf balls

New balls include RZN Platinum and RZN Black as Tour family, and RZN Red and RZN White as Speed family.

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Pinnacle Rush, Soft Golf Balls

Pinnacle Rush, Soft Golf Balls

Pinnacle has two new offerings that are designed to appeal to budget-minded golfers searching for more distance.

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Callaway XR16, XR16 Pro Fairway Woods

Callaway XR16, XR16 Pro Fairway Woods

Callaway's XR16 fairway woods offer more distance with lower spin, more forgiveness and increased versatility.

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Callaway XR16, XR16 Pro Drivers

Callaway XR16, XR16 Pro Drivers

Callaway partnered with Boeing to make a sleeker crown, the key feature in the new XR16 and XR16 Pro drivers.

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New Wilson Staff C200 allows for the club face to flex more at contact

New Wilson Staff C200 allows for the club face to flex more at contact

The "C" on Wilson clubs going forward will stand for crossover.

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Brooks Koepka, Tony Finau among pros to sign with Nike

Brooks Koepka, Tony Finau among pros to sign with Nike

Nike Golf announced on Monday that it has signed endorsement contracts with PGA Tour players Brooks Koepka and Tony Finau among others.

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PXG signs Zach Johnson, Billy Horschel and other pros

Parsons Xtreme Golf signs Zach Johnson, Billy Horschel and other pros

Parsons Xtreme Golf announced on Monday that it has signed endorsement contracts with several professional players, including 2015 British Open winner Zach Johnson and 2014 FedEx Cup champion Billy Horschel.

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Bridgestone Extra Soft Golf Ball

Bridgestone Extra Soft Golf Ball

Bridgestone's Extra Soft ball is designed for players who want more distance off the tee with soft feel.

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Anchor options: Which putters to target after PGA Tour rule change

Anchor options: Which putters to target after PGA Tour rule change

A look at some putters that could help make the transition away from anchored putting strokes easier.

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Average driving distance on PGA Tour hasn’t changed much in more than a decade

Despite long hitters such as Watson and Johnson, driving distance on PGA Tour hasn’t changed much in more than a decade

While the number of players who can hit the long ball has grown, the average driving distance on the PGA Tour has stayed basically the same.

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My Year in Golf: David Dusek

Dusek: Adam Scott's standard-length putter and Spieth switching irons rule equipment moments of 2015

Golf equipment in 2015 had many key developments, most notably Adam Scott's move to a standard-length putter and Jordan Spieth's iron switch. Golfweek's David Dusek looks at those two changes and more in leafing through the 2015 that was in golf equipment.

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TrackMan data offer insight but can't solve all problems

TrackMan data offer insight but can't solve all problems

Golfweek's David Dusek seeks out some help on his game using TrackMan's launch monitors to see what he could learn.

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Bettinardi Limited Edition BB28 Raw Putter

Bettinardi Limited Edition BB28 Raw Putter

On Friday afternoon Bettinardi Golf released a vintage and simplistic new flatstick: the Bettinardi Limited Edition BB28 Raw Putter.

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Nike Vapor Fly Hybrids

Nike Vapor Fly Hybrids

Nike Vapor Fly hybrids are iron-replacements designed to increase distance and consistency.

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Nike Vapor Flex 440

Nike Vapor Flex 440

Nike's Vapor Flex 440 blends resin and titanium with a CG shifting pod to help players create distance and lower spin.

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Nike Vapor Fly, Vapor Pro Irons

Nike Vapor Fly, Vapor Pro Irons

The Vapor Fly and Vapor Fly Pro irons blend different design elements and technologies to increase distance, forgiveness and feel.

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Nike Vapor Fly Fairway Woods

Nike Vapor Fly Fairway Woods

Nike's Vapor Fly fairway woods are designed for ball speed, distance and forgiveness.

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Nike Vapor Fly, Vapor Fly Pro Drivers

Nike Vapor Fly, Vapor Fly Pro Drivers

The Nike Vapor Fly and Vapor Fly Pro drivers have lighter crown and hotter face to help players hit longer, straighter drives.

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VIDEO: The making of Bubba Watson's new Ping putter

VIDEO: The making of Bubba Watson's new Ping putter

Bubba Watson won the 2015 Hero World Challenge using a new Ping putter. David Dusek explains how Ping made it for him.

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Winner's Bag: Bubba Watson, Hero World Challenge

Winner's Bag: Bubba Watson, Hero World Challenge

A complete list of Bubba Watson's equipment at the 2015 Hero World Challenge.

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