Adidas Golf has released a limited edition Ryder Cup shoe. This Z-Traxion shoe will be available to all Adidas staff players playing in the Ryder Cup. There are two versions of this shoe; one decorated with the Stars and Stripes and the other in the European stars. These will probably never make it to a… Read More »
I saw the new Sun Mountain line today and was pretty impressed. They have always made a good golf bag and the 2005 products look nice. There are a lot of bags from the 2004 line (2.5, 3.5, Lightening, SCB, and C-130 to name a few). The two new ones that caught my attention were… Read More »
I have heard from a pretty good source that Bridgestone will dump the Precept name next year and use the Bridgestone name on all their golf products.
Well it’s official… Phil Mickelson has signed with Callaway Golf. He will now play Callaway equipment, wear Callaway footwear and gloves, and will have the Callaway name on his shirt, visor and bag.
There are actually two versions of this club available. The TA3 was originally a cast club before Cleveland decided to use their Form Forged process to create the TA3 Form Forged. The overall design of the club didn't change and to be honest with you neither did the feel or playability.
This club is another member of what I like to call the "plays like a blade, looks like a blade, but has a small cavity to add forgiveness" family.
When we first got word that Titleist was coming out with a forged cavity I considered ordering a set sight unseen for myself. Most industry people I know all waited in great anticipation for this magical club to arrive at our doors. Could it be a throwback to the 962B? Or was it going to… Read More »
This club is designed for the higher handicapper that wants to improve his/her game and have fun at the same time. These irons have many of the "standard" Callaway traits; thick sole and top line, undercut cavity, bore through hosel.
I think it is safe to say that Callaway has been a leader in the fairway woods business ever since the days of the S2H2 and the Warbird. The Warbird really revolutionized the stainless steel fairway wood with its sole and imbedded weight chip.
It didn't take long for Dunlop to add fairway woods to its best selling LoCo line. The LoCo fairway woods hit a great price point and are designed for the average golfer that doesn't want to spend lots of money on clubs they might not use all that much.