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).
Callaway bring distance tech from XR woods to irons with great effect.
The XR Pro irons are compact XR's, but need a little more action.
Whether you go Pro or no, the XR Hybrid is ready to go.
Coming to UK, we ask Skechers SVP Higgins about GoGolf.
Wireless updates & scoring analysis combine with solid yardages.
Thermoset cover makes Pro V1 softer and more durable.
The AeroBurner fairway is made for distance and delivers.
The best of Adams joins forces with a TaylorMade Rescue
The 6th generation 2-piece ball still leads the way.
Doc Hocknell on Phil's wedge, why 3 drivers & Chrome Soft paradigm.
Pelisek reviews 915 launch & reveals direction for next irons.
Inside the Pro V1 changes and why soft is not always longer.
Another solid GPS watch from GolfBuddy, but size still an issue.
Stylish shoe blends comfort & performance within FlexGrid.
Pound for pound the XR Driver is a light, heavyweight contender.
A complete all round fairway giving speed and forgiveness.
Game Golf uses GPS to analyse your round quickly & easily.
Mickelson is going all soft & gooey over this ball and we can see why.
The heavyweight Versa Tank helps the ball make tracks to the hole.
Titleist's Test ball takes on the current Pro V1 and outlasts it.
Joe Miller shows how to drive it longer, then I take him on with his driver.
All three Vapor irons use Modern Muscle to make their point.
The Gravity Core is back in a more forgiving driver head.
Aero Hosel delivers a light, forgiving, fun driver with fast looks.
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.