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FootJoy interview as WeatherSof reaches 25, plus how to make your glove last longer
Find out as we interview Callaway Big Bertha designer Alan Hocknell
The Adams pressure piston dampens face vibrations.
3 Tour-inspired hybrids with Cut-Thru Slot Technology.
Bruce Miller on the new materials in the Super Tack grip
Scott Jamieson on how the Covert driver & RZN ball helped him nearly shoot 59.
FootJoy evolve their DNA to the next level with their latest performance shoe
More adjustable options & lighter head help the Bio Cell deliver
The BiO Cell+ offers high speed performance in a smaller package.
Find out how the Speed Pocket increases forgiveness.
Is it Smart to be Square on the greens with Cleveland's new alignment system?
The JetSpeed Fairway wood takes off in search of drivers to kill.
I like the Titleist 712U hybrid, but it's not right for me. Here's why.
With 6 lofts, 3 weights and 2 shafts there are plenty of options
Sleek dark looks blend with progressive cavity in Wilson's latest FG Tour iron
Long & sleek the FG Tour M3 scores top marks for adjustability & performance.
Our thoughts on Wilson's first adjustable fairway, designed for 'Feel' golfers.
Dark looks & a big cavity is not standard issue Mizuno, but these irons are EZ.
Callaway's fastest adjustable driver takes on the Golfalot speed trap
We check if Foremost's Click & Collect delivers on its promises
The Bridgestone Challenge finds the best ball for us.
Supersized forged iron with new colours, but is the performance an upgrade?
For low to mid handicappers, these might be the irons to beat in 2014.
Ping add the Anser T, Craz-E and Senita B to the Scottsale TR putter range.
Understated style, very comfy, but what about the grip?
The M1 PRO has built in GPS holder and folds down 40% smaller.
A redesigned head in the SLDR driver delivers less spin and more distance.
Full details of the 714 AP1, AP2, CB & MB Irons including the first reviews.
Titleist improve flight, forgiveness and the feel with 714 AP1 for mid handicappers
Find out how each AP2 iron is individually designed for its loft for better feel.