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How to Choose the Best Driver Shafts (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

There’s nothing like standing on the first tee with a brand new driver. The feeling of confidence that the first tee shot will be in play can set the tone for the rest of the round. But what do you do when the driver that worked so well before suddenly fails you? In this guide…

Ping G400 Max Driver In-Depth Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

A high-performing Golf driver can change the flow of a match. Ping, a worldwide brand primarily known for their fantastic golf tool, recently launched one such driver. They named it Ping G400 Max Driver. This fascinating driver comes out with a huge 460cc head size that ensures supreme forgiveness. Speaking about forgiveness, the manufacturer of…

Mizuno ST180 Driver In-Depth Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

A valuable Golf driver can change the outcome of an important match. On the other hand, failing to choose the perfect club can hamper your performance. Whether you are a beginner or a pro, a precise hit will always provide an extra advantage over your opponent. Talking about the advantages, our new St180 driver ensures…

TaylorMade M4 Irons In-Depth Review (Updated 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

TaylorMade’s M4 Iron sets present golfers with the opportunity to bring an all new style club to the golf course that can bring several benefits and upgrades to any golfer’s club inventory. There are a number of in-depth features that this collection of golf irons are equipped with, including an all new optimized weighting feature…

TaylorMade M4 Driver Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

Drivers are here to help you with one thing – to create as much distance as possible. In this area, TaylorMade has been successfully churning out high-performance drivers over the years, which is not surprising at all since the company has been in the business for a long time. To do this, TaylorMade introduced new…

TaylorMade M3 Driver Detailed Review (Updated 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

The Taylormade M3 Driver seeks to provide golfers with a new type of driver with improved features to help them with their golf swing. One of the most notable differences from other popular golfing drivers is the fact that the face of the club is twisted. This is a major forgiveness feature that helps golfers…

TaylorMade M2 Driver Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

TaylorMade is one of those distinguished brands that never stops improving on what’s already great. The 2016 version of the M2 was rolled out to a huge fanfare. But it wasn’t absolutely free of flaws. The 2017 M2 isn’t free of glitches either. However, it made its way to the golf kits of high-profile players…

TaylorMade M3 Irons Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

Golfers have sought more distance ever since the game was born. Longer drives mean shorter irons into greens, after all. Then again, so do irons that fly farther. The distance irons from the turn of the 21st century achieved their magic by delofting the club face, so a 7 iron comes closer to a 6…

Taylormade M5 Iron In-Depth Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

Any standard set of golf clubs contain multiple irons. They vary in loft angles based on which numbers are given on them. Normally, an ideal golf club set should contain the 3, 5, 7 and 9-irons. They have variations in the size of shaft and clubface. Accordingly, you will have variations in the trajectory. Taylormade…

Taylormade M5 Fairway Wood In-Depth Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

Manufacturers are always trying to improve the golf club by incorporating smart technology that will help improve your performance in the field. They have developed the sweet spot technology, clubhead size, and mixed different materials to make clubs more lightweight and forgiving. Several types of clubs have also been invented to aid the golfers in…

Taylormade M5 Driver In-Depth Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

Taylormade declares the M5 to be the speediest driver within the speed limit. It comes with the rare combination of very high ball speed and forgiveness. It is being advertised as the most customizable driver in the market.But, is it really? How did the company manage to make such extensive adjustments possible?In this article, we…

Srixon Z 785 Driver In-Depth Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

‘The goodness of the bad shots matters more than that of good shots’ – this quote is famous among golf players. It reflects the importance of choosing the driver wisely because it will be critical in determining whether you lose the match or win it. The Z 785 is the newest model Srixon has to…

XXIO 9 Driver In-Depth Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

As you can see, the pronunciation is bit tricky. Zeck-See-Oh! The roman numbers represent the 21st century’s golf industry and ‘Oh’ means king. Altogether, it translates as “the king of golf industry in 21st century”. XXIO is a premium-priced brand under the Dunlop Sports Company in Japan which has been holding the number 1 position…

TaylorMade P790 Irons Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

The TaylorMade P790 Iron is the brand’s latest addition. Players just love how the club manages to combine both the playability of cavity-backs and the elegant slim look of its blades resulting to what is probably the most versatile iron currently offered by TaylorMade. Things We Liked A very forgiving iron even for low strikes…

TaylorMade R15 Driver Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

TaylorMade has been making quality irons for a long time now and between the best irons they are offering at the moment, you can find the R15 model. Sporting a center of gravity running at an impressive speed with an increased sweet spot, you have total control of your shots. If you are looking for…

Taylormade M6 Iron In-Depth Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

Golfers use a vast range of clubs in the game. Depending on situations, you might need 13 to 14 different types of clubs. From drivers to fairway woods and multiple irons with several heights and loft adjustments – there are plenty of choices to make. You need to make up your mind about the launch…

Taylormade M6 Fairway Wood In-Depth Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

The M5 and M6 are the first two fairway woods made by Taylormade that have the twist face technology. While M5 emphasizes adjustability to boost the performance, M6 puts the focus on design to improve functionality.Taylormade M6 fairway wood is non-adjustable, just like the M6 driver. But, it is more refined, compact and sleeker than…

TaylorMade M6 Driver In-Depth Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

Do you know, which driver is the most preferred by tour players? Yes, even if you narrow down the choices, the driver in our review will make it to the shortlist. Tour players love the versatility, adaptability, and superiority in the performance offered by the Taylormade M6 driver. So in this article, we will try…

TaylorMade Milled Grind Wedge In-Depth Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

There’s a new wedge in the market: TaylorMade Milled Grind Wedge. Golfers seem pretty excited about its exceptional features and all. Also, it caught the attention of the newbies who’ve just stepped into the extremely charming world of golfing. We decided to have a look at the product ourselves and see if it deserves the…

Titleist TS3 Driver In-Depth Review (Updated, 2020)

By Ben Crane | December 21, 2019

Every golf player wants the best outcome in the game. Of course, your skills will enlighten your golfing career. But, without the right tool, you cannot perform as expected. Speaking about the expectation, the new Titleist TS3 driver ensures perhaps the most accurate and perfect distance. It is made by Titleist. They are master at…