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TaylorMade r7 CGB Max Driver Golf Clubs

The golf equipment industry uses more initials these days than the military does. TaylorMade’s latest addition to the alphabet soup is CGB Max (Center of Gravity Back), which provides relief for slicers sending out SOS...

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Srixon Z-RW Driver Golf Club

The key to Srixon’s Z-RW driver is its “Starburst Power Face,” which the company claims creates uniform trampoline effect all over the clubface, not just in the center. Other technology includes four different bulge-and-roll zones...

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Ping i10 Irons Golf Clubs Review

Just because you can’t hit every shot flush and need a little help, it doesn’t mean you want to advertise that shortcoming by carrying oversize irons. Ping’s i10 bridges the gap between mid and low...

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Nike SQ Sumo2 Driver Golf Club Review

Like its big brother, Nike’s SQ Sumo2 hybrid is not for everyone. But testers note the club’s blocky shape does not seem as jarring as the driver’s does, perhaps because hybrids are a new category...

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Nicklaus Polarity MTR Irons Golf Clubs Review

Someone once said that a key to Jack Nicklaus’ success was his ability to hit a 1-iron higher than other tour pros’ 6-irons. His company’s new Polarity MTR may not let you hit shots as...

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Mizuno MP-600 Driver Golf Club Review

While Mizuno’s forged irons are regarded as the industry standard, the company’s drivers have enjoyed less widespread appeal. The manufacturer hopes to change that by taking the “Fast Track,” a moveable-weight system in the MP-600...

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Miura Golf Precious Edition Fairway Woods Golf Club reviews

The first fairway wood from ironmaker Miura should come with a warning: No matter how good it looks, stay away unless you can seriously golf your ball. With a classic shape, square face and weighting...

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Cobra King Cobra L4V X Golf Club Driver

Good players picking up Cobra drivers are used to closed faces. But our low-handicap testers were pleasantly surprised by the L4V X’s neutral angle, which allows them to release the club without fear of hooking...

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Cobra King Cobra Baffler DWS Hybrid Golf Club Review

The King Cobra Baffler, which came out in 1975, was the first utility wood on the market. More than 30 years later, the idea has evolved into the Baffler DWS, which has one of the...

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Cleveland HiBore XLS Hybrid Golf Club Review

Cleveland Golf made some tweaks to its HiBore line from the XL to the new XLS. The hybrids saw several changes: higher moment of inertia, more offset and a more-rounded toe shape that seems to...

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