Miura Golf will offer a direct-to-consumer option allowing anyone to build a fully assembled set of clubs online without a fitting.
Na's staff deal rumors, Luke Donald's new driver and why Eddie Pepperell no longer has to buy putters in this week's roundup.
The Titleist equipment Brian Harman and Patton Kizzire used to win the QBE Shootout at Tiburon Golf Club in Naples, Fla.
Why was Tiger Woods putting with a Scotty Cameron Futura mallet during a Presidents Cup press event in Australia?
How Arccos Golf's club sensors are helping everyday golfers optimize their bag setup and game just like the pros do.
Gear Guy Mailbags
Our resident dimplehead explains when to upgrade your driver and what to do if you can't afford a full custom fitting.
Our Gear Guy discusses the difference between "X" type golf balls and what goes into pros' decisions when choosing theirs.
Bridgestone irons have typically targeted better players, but the new Tour B JGR line offers playability for all skill levels.
Both new models are aimed at players looking for maximum launch, trajectory, distance, and forgiveness.
The 2019 set of clubs from Cobra has a specific core focus: speed, speed, speed through contact with the ball. Learn all about them here.
A former Nike Golf employee posted photos of the driver that was abandoned when the company decided to stop making golf clubs.
Tiger Woods wore black and gold Nike golf shoes during The Match against Phil Mickelson in honor of a local sports team.
Featuring a royal blue and white colorway, a drop-in sockliner and a flexible outsole, the ST G 'Blue' is sure to be another hit for MJ.
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.