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).
Quality compact device provides clear distances, but at a price.
Redesigned SlipStream plate helps wave goodbye to the ball.
Compact, lightweight device is decent entry level laser.
GPS watch with tag tapping to measure stroke and distance.
Focus on lightweight performance of this synthetic shoe.
Innovative use of Lycra creates one size fits all glove.
Sean Toulon tells us about his move to Callaway & milled putters.
Front ridge gets your palms neutral to hole more putts.
Kuchar's Pro shoe lets you Go Golf in low profile comfort.
Innovative adjustable sole plate & alignment give the right message.
Better looking & sounding fairway offers FastTrack to fine tuning.
More compact, taller head makes JPX900 a contender for your bag.
Dark finish and slimmer looks offer Steelhead XR alternative.
UK MD reveals Galvin's first three layer fabric & 2017 strategy.
Meet the ball industry expert who now sells premium tour balls direct.
We look over Jordan's shoe to see if it is the chosen One.
R&D head Bartels reveals why new Chrome Soft has X factor.
New dimple pattern and revised EGG core improve ball speed.
How do you design a shoe for Speith? We ask UA's Forsey.
Bob reveals why smart clubs are going to change the game.
Exclusive interview with the new boss with big shoes to fill.
Compact version of Spider putter brings forgiveness from Tour.
To sum it all up, it is forgiveness combined with feel and style.
Milled finish and wider range of grinds will appeal to better players.
Larger looking head delivers forgiving performance.
Srixon R&D head explains how to cook a Z-Star core.
Power Holes create dramatic look & add ball speed to forgiveness.
Micro Vortex crown gains ground for darker D300 driver.
The man in charge of the Triton & D300 drivers reveals the tech.
How does an amateur design their own driver? We ask Eric.