TIGER Woods has confirmed he will play TaylorMade clubs in 2017 and beyond.
CALLAWAY Golf have added the Chrome Soft X to the successful and popular Chrome Soft line.
PXG have made a big splash with their innovative irons but their extensive range of putters are gaining attention as well.
COBRA Golfs new KING F7 and F7+ models boast Adjustable CG to provide ideal combination of low CG and high MOI.
ONE of the game's most recognisable brands is about to undergo a shakeup with Titleist owner Acushnet becoming a listed company.
TITLEIST have continued their dominance of the golf ball market with some eye catching figures from the world's Tours in 2016.
FOOTJOY, the #1 Shoe in Golf, is introducing a new performance spikeless shoe called Pro/SL™.
CALLAWAY has launched the Big Bertha Fusion Driver and Fairway Woods, using breakthrough construction methods and space-age materials.
THE inspiring new iBlade iron is distinguished by the softest, purest feel PING has ever achieved in an iron.
ODYSSEY'S latest path in insert innovation has led to a deeper exploration of sound and feel.
OVER a decade of insight from some of the greatest golfers prompted Nike to embark on a new putter design that minimises distractions.
RORY McIlroy and Nike now go together like BBQ's and Australia, but what about Rory and New Balance?
UNIQUE American Bryson DeChambeau has announced he's joining Cobra Puma Golf ahead of his first professional tournament this week.
The KING F6 Baffler uses the iconic rail system and today’s F6 adjustable weighting to provide penetrating or towering trajectory and forgiveness.
RORY McIlroy, who was instrumental in the design of the Vapor Fly Pro driver, relies on his driver for ultimate forgiveness and distance.
THE club features an extremely thin and light Flightweight Crown to move weight lower for a higher launch angle, with less spin.
WITH the multi-material construction of M2, TaylorMade has created its hottest trajectory ever in the fairway woods category.
TAYLORMADE'S M2 irons are distance machines – engineered to fly farther and higher than the competition.