So how do you choose between modern woods, hybrids, and long irons when they're all so long? We made a graph to choose for you.
Scotty Cameron often uses the early portion of the season to give Tour players an early look at prototype putters.
Inspired by requests from the PGA Tour, Titleist's 718 AP2 and AP3 irons will now be available in a high polish black PVD finish.
Rose offered insight into his new deal with Honma, and why club flexibility played a significant role during negotiations.
Casey confirmed on social media that he's still testing a set of Honma irons but has not signed a deal with the company.
Callaway's latest club line consists off both the Epic Flash and Epic Flash Sub Zero drivers, as well as two fairway 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 and roughs on the course.
A victory on the PGA Tour brings with it a load of perks for any pro. But few players get something as special as what Nike gave Casey.
Every manufacturer that makes Tour balls makes at least two models, a standard and an X. The difference between the two is often misunderstood.
You're ready to switch balls, but you don't know the role trajectory plays. Maybe you don't even know what "trajectory" is.