Before joining Golfalot, Jamie was on a golf scholarship at Jacksonville University, USA after which he worked on PGA and ATP Tour events. Now he keeps you up-to-date with all the latest golf equipment news and releases. Jamie has a +1 handicap and is trying to play the World's top 100 courses, so it may not stay that way for long.
Stewart Golf went back to the drawing board and redesigned the push trolley.
See inside Scotty's new state-of-the-art putter gallery in California.
Arsenal-themed Puma equipment, apparel and accessories.
First look at the new weapon in Justin Rose's bag.
Comfortable, highly durable and all for less than a tenner.
A stunning recreation of one of golf's most famous putter designs.
Recording your swing on the range has never been so easy.
Ping's Director Of Product Development talks us through the Ping G30 range.
Tour the inside of Nike Golf's first ever Performance Fitting Centre.
We meet with Rory McIlroy to talk Nike, clubs, balls and life on Tour.
G30 maximises distance across the face.
Driver boasts "Turbulators" for improved performance.
Thinner face means longer distance and more control.
Hotter face and more forgiveness.
The Rolls Royce of push trolleys, but with a hefty price tag.
Spikeless shoe inspired by Nike's 1975 Montreal running shoes.
For the first time, Nike have put cork inside one of their golf shoes.
Garmin's most advanced, lightest, thinnest golf GPS watch ever.
Cool looking, easy to use, but a little on the large side.
Listening to the smallest, lightest GPS on the market.
FootJoy introduce the lightest shoe in their 2014 range.
What Tiger, Rory, Sergio, Rickie, Jordan and co. will be wearing at Hoylake.
We get our hands in with the new Ping Sensor Sport glove.
Testing the hybrid irons Ping say are the most fun they've ever created.
A very adjustable, very forgiving driver from Cleveland.
Featuring a straighter leading edge, higher toe and new Tour-inspired sole grind.
We play at the 6th oldest golf club in the world, home of the 2014 Scottish Open.
How does the new, grey SLDR S differ from the original SLDR.
Flexible, comfortable but bulkier than we expected.
Designed for performance on the golf course, the bike, the streets or in the gym.