The new Hot Metal Pro irons join the Tour, Forged, and standard Hot Metal models to round out one heck of a lineup.
Cobra is the first manufacturer to use a metal injection molding (MIM) process to create its new King MIM wedge.
The new Pro V1 and Pro V1x models from Titleist are designed to be faster and longer than the previous models.
Tiger Woods begins his 2019 season this week at Torrey Pines, and he's carrying some new irons and woods in his bag.
The newest Phantom X putters from represent the highest-tech high performance mallets Scotty Cameron's ever produced.
Callaway's latest club line consists off both the Epic Flash and Epic Flash Sub Zero drivers, as well as two woods.
Why Wilson Golf's lightweight D7 drivers, fairway woods and hybrids could appeal to golfers with a range of swing speeds.
Gear Guy Mailbags
In his week's mailbag, our resident gear expert discusses the relationship between driver shaft length and distance.
Our expert provides insights on the new Pro V1s, as well as explaining if hitting too many range balls can wear out your driver.
The M5 irons are aimed at mid-handicappers and better players, while the M6 is made for mid- and high-handicappers.
The Apex 19 irons incorporate a VFT face design in the short irons for more spin control and accuracy in the scoring zone.
The new Nike Air Max 1 Golf "Grass" sneakers feature a green upper with laces that are designed to resemble fairways.
A Tour win brings with it a load of perks for any pro. But few players get something as special as what Nike gave Casey.
The sixth-generation Z-STAR golf balls feature a brand new FastLayer core aimed at producing more speed and distance.
Callaway is one of the leading players in the industry, and by the looks of their 2019 offerings, they have no plans on letting up.