You likely don't play golf the way Tiger Woods does, but you'll soon be able to use a ball that's identical to the one he plays in competition.
Bridgestone's new Tour B Series is a lot more than just an upgraded version of the previous Tour B330 line.
In anticipation of the upcoming Ryder Cup in Paris, Callaway is releasing a limited run of golf balls honoring the event.
Built with all the same technologies as the standard Rogue Pro, the Black irons feature an all-black, durable finish complete with limited True Temper XP 105 black shafts.
Cleveland wedges have been some of the most popular in the game for a long time, and the RTX 4 model carries on the tradition exceptionally well.
Learn all about three new wedges from Cleveland Golf: the Cleveland CBX, the Cleveland Smart Sole 3S and the Cleveland Smart Sole 3C.
If you've been waiting to buy the new Cobra King F8 driver, you're in luck. You now have two new color options to choose from, both of which support a good cause.
The new Cobra King Forged Tec Black irons are aimed at better players that want a combination of soft, forged feel, traditional profile, workability, and added distance.
Mizno's new line combines traditional looks and impressive tech that make them worth a serious look for players of all handicap levels.
The key to the GT180 design is the ability to customize weight positioning in the clubhead through sliding weights in the sole, allowing for more exact fitting for more players.
Nike's newest golf kicks are inspired by Scotland and the 2018 Open Championship, with a tartan plaid design. Some pros wore them at Carnoustie.
Nike's newest Jordan golf shoe will be available in white and gray, but the brand's iconic "elephant print" remains.
Ping's newest iron models, the i500 the i210, are perfect examples of how far Ping irons have come. The company also unveiled new custom wedges and junior clubs.
Featuring a flame-torched copper alloy precision milled sole plate and 100% precision milled aluminum body, each PLD3 is unique in appearance.
Srixon believes their newest line of clubs don't simply represent an evolutionary improvement over past models but a "revolutionary" one.
The newest Soft Feel ball is a two-piece model aimed at players looking for straight distance with a very soft feel at impact.
TaylorMade says their new clubs differ from many driving irons or hybrids in that they're not one offs that aren't designed to work ideally with a full set.
The "Twist Face" technology in new TaylorMade drivers is exactly what it sounds like. So what exactly does the new technology do?
In a surprising move, Titleist announced it will begin offering its iconic Pro V1 golf ball in a yellow color starting next year.
Two new Titleist drivers appeared on the USGA conforming list today and are being tested by the company's Tour staff at the U.S. Open at Shinnecock Hills on Long Island.
Tour Edge is adding the Tour-level CBX Blade and CBX wedge to its top-end Exotics family for players who want maximum versatility in the fairway and around the greens.
Read our full review of the new Tour Edge Hot Launch HL3 driver, one of Tour Edge's newest golf clubs.
Wilson Staff is making a big statement before the PGA Merchandise Show with the introduction of an entirely new C300 family of woods and irons.
Wilson Staff has released two new lines of the DUO Soft golf ball, both of which can be found in four colored, matte finishes.