The new clubs feature a larger face, deeper center of gravity and a higher moment of inertia than previous models.
David Dusek was a collegiate tennis player who traded his racquets for clubs in 2002. He covers golf equipment and also writes extensively about golf analytics and statistics on the PGA Tour. He has appeared as on The Today Show, The Dan Patrick Show, Larry King Live, CNBC’s Power Lunch and several ESPN shows. He is a regular guest on sports talk radio shows and wrote the story that won the 2006 ASME National Magazine Award in the Leisure Interests category, becoming the first golf writer to earn the distinction. He has edited two books and currently lives with his wife, son and daughter in Cheshire, Conn.
Stories by David Dusek
The newest M1 models feature more carbon composite and lower centers of gravity than previous models.
Tiger Woods returned to action at the Hero World Challenge on Thursday, and he had a blend of old and new clubs in his bag.
At the HSBC Golf Business Forum, Jack Nicklaus said balls fly too far, golf takes too long to play and courses are being made too big.
Last season was another great one for big hitters, and no one hit it farther than these 27 players. See which drivers and shafts they used.
Tiger Woods is expected to play a Bridgestone B330S golf ball when he makes his return to competitive golf this week at the Hero World Challenge.
Bridgestone has two new balls for players with driver swings below 105 mph who want soft feel and more distance off the tee.
Callaway's yet-to-be-released Great Big Bertha Epic, with sliding weight and carbon-fiber areas, was added to the USGA's conforming driver head list.
From Titleist and FootJoy to Nike and Adidas, Golfweek highlights some gift ideas for this holiday season.
The latest, straight
to your Inbox.
Subscribe to Golfweek’s newsletters to receive news and exclusive content
Get one year
for less than
the price of