Golf Mini


Cobra driver rickie fowler
Gear FIRST LOOK: Cobra Speedback driver, woods and irons

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.

These photos of the Nike VPR Strike driver were posted on Instagram by a former Nike Golf employee.
Gear The Club That Never Was: Nike’s VPR Strike driver surfaces on internet

A former Nike Golf employee posted photos of the driver that was abandoned when the company decided to stop making golf clubs.

Golf Shoes

Nike Jordan Trainer ST G 'Blue'
Gear FIRST LOOK: Nike’s new Jordan Trainer ST G ‘Blue’ golf shoe

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.

Air Jordan III golf shoe
Gear Nike’s Jordan-themed golf shoes are the stuff of legend (if you can find them)

Michael Jordan's first tennis shoe launched in 1984. But these golf kicks are a throwback to '88, and they have Internet shoppers in full-press buy mode.

Gear Guy Mailbags

You wouldn't want to buy these used golf clubs, but a more modern set could work for you.
Gear Yo, Gear Guy! Should a beginner buy new or used golf clubs?

Our resident equipment expert discusses the value of custom fitted shafts, the right golf balls for mid-handicappers, used golf clubs and more.

What is the best driver of 2018?
Gear Yo, Gear Guy! What’s your favorite driver from 2018?

Our resident gear head goes deep on the plethora of high-quality drivers on the market these days, the best shafts for slow swingers and much more.

Golf Balls

Callaway golf balls
Gear Chrome Soft vs. Supersoft: Should I use a high-spin Tour ball or a soft, distance ball?

We dive into what you’re really giving up — and gaining — when you switch from a Tour model to a softer distance ball.

You can see reviews of 33 new golf balls here.
Balls The Ultimate Golf Ball Buyer’s Guide: 33 new balls reviewed so you can find the perfect one

Read about all the newest golf balls to hit the market in 2018 from Titleist, TaylorMade, Callaway, Bridgestone, Srixon and more.


The Callaway Rogue iron and the Callaway Rogue X iron.
Gear Rogue Two: These Callaway iron siblings both pack power and forgiveness

one iron won't suit all players, which explains why you see multiple head offerings in the same line. Case in point: the Callaway Rogue family.

A photo of TaylorMade's new P760 iron.
Gear TaylorMade introduces new P760 irons for better players

The P760 irons share characteristics with some of the other irons in the company’s P700 series, but new technology takes them to another level.