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Nike SQ Sumo2 5900 Golf Equipment Driver Review

When the first generation of Nike SQ Sumo2 drivers debuted last year, the acoustics and cosmetics were hard to get used to. This year’s model is an improvement on both fronts, in addition to an...

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Macgregor MT Pro-C Irons Golf Equipment Reviews

After a management shake-up at MacGregor, part-owner Greg Norman has taken over as chairman, leading the company to a position of what it does best: making classic-looking irons. With its satin chrome finish, the MT...

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Nickent 4DX Evolver Driver Switching Shafts Golf Equipment Reviews

Pros have long been able to switch out shafts quickly before a tournament with the help of equipment vans. Amateurs now have the same luxury (minus the vans), thanks to a rules change allowing for...

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Adams Idea a3 Hybrid Iron Golf Clubs Review

Adams Idea a3 Hybrid Iron Golf Clubs ReviewAdams Golf improves on its big Idea with its latest hybrid-iron combo...

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Wilson Pi7 Irons Golf Clubs Review

One of our testers grew up playing Wilson Staff muscleback irons, and he still gets misty-eyed talking about them. So he and other testers were eager to try the Pi7, the latest players’ club from...

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Tour Edge XCG Driver Golf Club Review

So far, talk of three-piece construction in golf has been
limited to balls. Tour Edge brings the concept to drivers with the XCG, which features an ultralight magnesium crown, steel body and titanium face, resulting...

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Titleist AP1 Irons Golf Club reviews

Titleist’s AP irons are the most technologically advanced clubs the company has ever made. So much so that while the cast AP1 provides the kind of feel and feedback low handicappers need, they provide enough...

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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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