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.
A more compact and playable option than the standard X2 Hot irons.
A new Speed Pocket and CG reduces spin and increases ball speeds.
10 questions to find out what average golfers should know about shafts.
TaylorMade JetSpeed has shallower head and lower CG for more height & less spin.
The first TaylorMade driver to feature a Speed Pocket in the sole.
Find out how Callaway made the X2 Hot go 15 yards further than the original X Hot.
A new face, head design & internal wave makes the X2 Hot 1.4mph faster than X Hot.
With a driver-like face design, the BiO CELL hybrid has been designed to go long.
Details and photos of the longest of Callaway's 2014 irons.
Callaway claim the X2 Hot is 9 yards longer than the original X Hot driver.
Quite simply, the Cobra BiO CELL irons are designed to go long.
Cobra have added more adjustability, more colours & more speed to the Bio CELL.
Fowler's Cobra driver has 8 different loft settings in 5 different colours.
The latest edition of the Ecco Street range features an integrated shank piece.
A first look at the new better-player, high-tech Apex Pro irons.
Callaway's eye-catching new spikeless shoe made in partnership with Vibram.
Weighing under 2.3kg, the Air Sport bag features Nike's EquaFlex Max Air Straps.
A look at the clubs Dustin Johnson used to win big in China.
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of Ping's first bag with retractable legs.
Ping announce a new, multi-year deal with the world number 35.
Is there Method in Nike's madness? We found out.
TaylorMade’s Tom Olsavsky has become VP of R&D at Cobra Puma Golf.
Find out just how Adams have managed to increase face speeds by 29%.
Designed for "golf purists", but what did we think of the newest Mizuno blades.
The Tour-proven design is now available in a sleek Black Pearl finish.
What's so great about a 360-degree integrated frame? We found out.
No sliding weight, but the TaylorMade SLDR Rescue will still go high and far.
First look, info, video and specs of the new SLDR fairway wood.
The sole designs of both wedges are the largest Cleveland have ever produced.
Want to hit longer, further and straighter? You may want to consider this driver.