Tiger's preparation for Mexico this week meant making a club change for the Genesis Open.
With a mixed setup consisting of Srixon/Cleveland, Callaway, TaylorMade and Scotty Cameron gear, Holmes fought back to win the Genesis.
When you were born and raised in Holywood, N. Ireland, and happen to be teeing it up near Hollywood, you almost have to celebrate the connection.
Each week, GOLF equipment editor Jonathan Wall chats with reps on the PGA Tour to give you the lowdown on shafts that are generating buzz.
With players like DeChambeau enjoying success with less conventional graphite putter shafts, pros and manufacturers have started to take notice.
For whatever reason, the 2019 Genesis Open has turned into a regular equipment testing ground for Dustin Johnson.
Chicago-area putter manufacturer Swag Golf created a custom putter cover for Varner that incorporates some of his favorite things.
For Mickelson, the victory came with 14 Callaway clubs and the company's Chrome Soft X golf ball with Triple Track Technology.
GOLF's equipment editor breaks down Spieth's new driver, Tiger's new two-iron, Phil's old driver and Tommy Fleetwood's old (and cheap) putter.