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).
Deeper, darker cavity for more distance & forgiveness.
Forged hollow head & sole weight creates easy to hit hybrid iron.
Lightweight materials for Zero Gravity CG create better launch.
Additional tungsten lowers the CG to give a better feeling AP2.
Deeper cavity & more tungsten makes AP1 appeal to all players.
Titleist GM on adding tungsten to irons & bringing hybrids forward.
Silver coloured 816H is designed to blend into Titleist iron sets.
Titleist CB hybrid blade uses tungsten to increase forgiveness.
Classy looks of the MB forged blade challenge you to take them on.
T-MB driving iron combines hollow head with muscle back style.
Benoit Vincent reveals the design strategies for M1 & PSi.
Cast & forged, face & sole slots combine in performance iron.
Double the sliding weights offers more forgiveness.
Dark looks & sole weights create better player, anti-left hybrid.
Two weight tracks offer super-fine tuning of classy carbon head.
Solid performance from laser that goes the distance.
Callaway's GBB returns with sliding weight track.
Double the Gravity Core options in a relatively more forgiving driver.
Larger head & adjustable sole weights offer full flight flexibility.
Callaway's GBB Fairway brings larger head with adjustability.
Softer steel, larger heads deliver more forgiving better player iron.
First MP iron with Boron Steel gives feel with the need for speed.
John & John Solheim talk family, GMax, clothing & 3D printing.
Callaway's wedge Daddy talks MD3, bounce & grooves.
Channel Back irons that should adorn your bag or bedroom wall.
Larger forged head will banish any short game blues.
Max size & COR-Eye speed create super-forgiving iron.
Wider sole and new W grind create excellent forged wedge.
VP Ryan Kuehl talks about getting into golf & signing Jordan Spieth.
Bertie Cordle takes us behind this year's hottest aid on Tour.