Here’s what you need to know about effectively testing drivers and driver shafts (just like Dustin Johnson) to find the best setup for you.
Five players reportedly had drivers fail the PGA Tour’s new testing protocol during last week’s Safeway Open.
Callaway’s New Epic Flash Star woods are premium-looking sticks that are definitely more substance than “flash.”
Cleveland’s Launcher HB Turbo drivers and fairway woods blend a towering launch angle and ample forgiveness with even more speed.
You can adjust face angle with a simple twist of a wrench on your new adjustable driver. But what effect does it have on your drives?
Next week, a new mandatory driver testing protocol will be enacted on Tour, which will test clubs from players’ bags as opposed to manufacturer models.
The TS1 driver weighs 45g lighter than the standard TS2, yet it’s loaded with the same great tech built into its heavier siblings.
As technology has shifted, driver lofts have increased significantly, with many pros using 10.5-degree models. But what about you?
Callaway CEO Chip Brewer offered his take on Xander Schauffele’s failed driver test during the Open Championship.
Bryson DeChambeau offered a Nascar-inspired solution to how professional golf should handle driver testing in the future.