Bryson DeChambeau continues to tinker, Dustin Johnson changes driver shafts, the Pac-12 gets some love on Tour and more.
Our gear expert takes your questions on driver shafts, multi-material putter shafts and the right ball for your swing speed.
Tiger Woods’ Masters victory had a direct effect on two of his equipment manufacturers: TaylorMade and Bridgestone.
Our staff picks for this month include the Phoenician Golf Course, Spam musubi, Lululemon ABC Warpstreme pants, Seamus ball markers and more.
DJ employed two different drivers at the Masters, Bryson DeChambeau’s irons still a work in progress and much more.
Roly Padron’s custom shoe business took off thanks to a chance encounter, and Nomad Customs now makes kicks for many of the world’s top golfers.
Rickie Fowler explained why he decided to change his iron shafts on the eve of the Masters—and who’s trying out Titleist’s new driver?
In the pantheon of notable Masters equipment decisions, Phil Mickelson holds the title by a wide margin. But one club stands above them all: the Phrankenwood.
Kevin Kisner won the event with older generation irons from 2014 along with the new Epic Flash driver.
Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods were among the big names who made equipment changes during the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play.