The new Vokey WedgeWorks 60-degree T Grind wedge is a low-bounce model designed by Bob Vokey for players with shallow angles of attack.
When the best golfers in the world ditch their 2-irons for hotter, easier-to-hit driving irons, it’s safe to say it’s a trend.
The new full line of clubs are Cobra’s lightest and fastest yet, leading to improved distance gains over previous models without a loss in forgiveness.
If you’re not familiar with Bridgestone clubs the new Tour B JGR line is a good place to start as it encompasses a full family of their best sticks yet.
The new Callaway wedges feature a unique, aggressive look with a PVD finish and black medallions in the muscleback.
The new Titleist drivers and woods are the result of a concerted effort to improve distance results in the company’s big sticks.
Here’s a full list of the Cobra clubs (and Puma shoes) DeChambeau used to win the 2018 Dell Technologies Championship.
The new and improved Q-Star Tour balls are aimed at players that desire Tour-like performance with a soft feel and lower price.
Spikeless golf shoes are where it’s at, and comfy, performance-oriented models abound. Even Tour pros are starting to wear them.
Mizno’s new line combines traditional looks and impressive tech that make them worth a serious look for players of all handicap levels.