Created Golfalot.com in 2000 to bring all the best advice, golf equipment reviews and the latest golf news in one place. First played age 4 and now holds a scratch handicap. Loves to write about golf equipment to entertain and inform (and still dreams of being a professional sportsman)
The first Face Slot iron faces the full force of the Golfalot review.
New Front Track with 2nd weight makes the R15 easier to play.
We go Covert to vet 3 volt Vapor drivers and cast our vote.
Make your Vapor choice from larger Speed or adjustable Flex.
Speed & Flex hybrids use same features, but for different players.
They claim to be 2 clubs longer in return for more wedge.
The Italian reveals switch to the Nike Vapor range of clubs.
New sole grinds & 14 loft options combine with tried & tested shape.
How an Odyssey putter fitting stopped me jumping around.
Mid-length counterbalanced putter aligns well for smooth stroking.
The 915 drivers use an ARC to deliver more forgiveness and speed
The 915F gets big headed as it takes over from Fd as our choice
Titleist 915H is betting looking & more exciting than older sister.
Combining MP-59 Ti-Muscle with best of MP-64 gives great MP-15
Larger, high launch, more forgiving MP-H5 blades are for Hitogami's
Can Mizuno top the JPX825 Pro by adding boron?
The Power Frame delivers faster speed, but doesn't shout about it.
FootJoy's Casual version of DryJoys is smart and serious.
Looks like a smartphone and behaves like a quality GPS
A heavyweight contender with excellent stability and comfort.
Lighter with Warbird sole, V Series shows Bertha really is back
The classic Warbird sole returns in a lighter fairway.
Wider fit and quality construction gives a great all round street shoe.
Taking the Turbulator test results in more speed, but we like SF Tec.
Small changes, but the G30 irons sound and feel better.
Adjustable hosel gives the G30 fairway more options.
A lovely neutral, forgiving hybrid for more golfers thank you think.
Save up to 26% power loss with a custom shoe fitting.
They are great, you may want them, but should you have them?
The grip on grass is as tight as Kaymer's on US Open