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).
See the differences between the leading Mitsubishi shafts.
Titleist President on how 917 brings 'Complete Performance'.
Adjustable sole weight offering more fitting options sounds good.
Moveable weight slots into redesigned head for complete fairway.
Compact laser takes on the highs and lows of golf with ease.
Stylish, lightweight GPS with clever features & long battery life.
Triaxial carbon crown and shorter shaft increase forgiveness.
Triaxial Carbon crown increases MOI for more forgiveness.
Diamond shaped milled face & 304 steel promotes softer feel.
Classic iron name returns with S2H2 and fastest Face Cup.
Mid-sized hybrid brings forgiveness from any lies.
New grip & TR face grooves deliver putting that is pure gold.
Combination of forged heads, forgiveness & feel delivers again.
Chromoly metal brings faster faces & hot style to JPX900.
Oversized forged iron with no gimmicks offers MP alternative.
Forged blade style wedge will banish the chipping blues.
More central CG placement and V Sole Grind improves performance.
Great feeling and forgiving cast irons for low handicap players.
Torque balanced putter with premium feel and easy alignment.
Toe Up keeps face squarer for longer in compact putter head.
Lightweight style in compact GPS delivers something for the ladies.
How to choose the right golf ball the Titleist way.
Which is best? Review of heads & shafts reveals best options.
Let your back experience lift off with Zero G golf bag belt.
Banish the chipping blues with quality counter-balanced chipper.
Sole rails and adjustable weights keeps your fairway on track.
Adjustable long iron will turn heads amongst better players.
Automatic shot tracking enhances features of easy to use GPS.
Get a grip on your game in the wet with RainGrip & Xtreme versions.
Gunther explains graphite shafts & why steel guys should be nervous.