Daniel Box
By Daniel Box

It's been another busy month in the golf equipment world, so catch up on all the major moves right here:

New Gear

Titleist Players & Hybrids Bags

As another golfing season approaches, many of you will be fetching the golf clubs back out from the garage/spare room/lake where you threw them in anger last time you played, and you may decide that this is the year where you finally upgrade your bag to something a little smarter.

As it turns out, Titleist have you covered. It has announced a new range of five bags over two distinct models - Players and Hybrid - which should cater to the needs of every single golfer.

Titleist Players & Hybrids Bags

Read more about the new range here:

Titleist Players and Hybrid Golf Bags

Motocaddy 2019 Trolley Range

One of the market-leaders in the UK golf trolley market, Motocaddy has announced three new models for it's collection ready for the warmer and (hopefully) drier weather in 2019. They claim that it includes a trolley for every golfer, 'irrespective of whether their decision is based on budget, technology, size or design'.

Motocaddy 2019 Trolleys

Read more about the new range here:

Motocaddy 2019 Trolley Range

TaylorMade Spider X Putter Review

"On longer putts the more compact weights at the back give it a better balance and a more manageable shape than the larger Spider models, and for this reason I think it will have wider appeal." Martin Hopley

TaylorMade Spider X Putter

Read the full review here:

TaylorMade Spider X Putter

Callaway ERC Soft Golf Ball Review

"Callaway has done a good job with the ERC Soft ball because it does deliver the soft feel with higher launch that it claims too, and the ball speed is not bad for a soft ball." Martin Hopley

Callaway ERC Soft Golf Ball

Read the full review here:

Callaway ERC Soft Golf Ball Review

G/Fore Gallivanter Shoe Review

"When you buy a new pair of golf shoes, you want feel as if the shoe has been made by people who care about making it. G/Fore do." George Stead

G/Fore Gallivanter Shoe

Read the full review here:

G/Fore Gallivanter Shoe Review

Skechers Pro V4 Honors Shoe Review

"I couldn't help but like the Pro V4 Honors as they did everything I wanted them to do. They felt really solid and my foot was well supported, comfortable and very warm." Daniel Box

Skechers Pro V4 Honors Shoe

Read the full review here:

Skechers Pro V4 Honors Shoe

On Tour

Winners' WITBs

At the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, Phil Mickelson came from behind to secure his 44th PGA Tour victory in a Monday finish after darkness interrupted his final round. Phil started the round three strokes behind Paul Casey but a fantastic 65 was enough to give him a comfortable win, his fifth at this event.

Phil Mickelson WITB

Phil Mickelson WITB

Then just a fortnight later, the first World Golf Championships event went to Dustin Johnson in Mexico. His 20th PGA Tour win and 6th WGC title, Johnson was almost flawless all week as he finished five clear of the field at 20 under par using a full bag of TaylorMade equipment including the new M5 Driver and Fairway Wood.

Dustin Johnson WITB

Dustin Johnson WITB

Rory's New Putter

Rory McIlroy, who's putting has been a point of discussion for fans and the media alike for the past couple of years, finally seems to have settled on a model he likes.

Since switching to the new TaylorMade Spider X Putter, Rory has recorded finishes of T4, T5, T4 and 2nd, as well as T6 during his title defence at Bay Hill in March.

With the Masters just around the corner, could this be the change he needed to finally get the chance to wear that Green Jacket?

TaylorMade Spider X Putter

Read the full TaylorMade Spider X Putter review here

Rickie's New Ball Helps To Answer Critics

Having used a Titleist ball since he was a teenager, it was perhaps a bit of a surprise to see Rickie Fowler make the switch to the TaylorMade TP5x earlier this year. However, it seems to have paid off already, as he proceeded to win the Waste Management Open in Phoenix.

It's fair to say the new ball was put through its paces too as the players battled some terrible weather conditions throughout the week, with wind and rain playing havoc. Rickie seemed to have his ball flight and control pretty dialled in though, as he was able to outlast the rest of the field and finish ahead of Branden Grace due to two late birdies.

Rickie Fowler TP5x Ball

Read the full TaylorMade TP5x Golf Ball review here

Reviews Coming Soon To Golfalot

Under Armour Spieth 3 Golf Shoe

Under Armour Spieth 3 Shoes

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Under Armour Spieth 3 Shoes

Honma TW-X Golf Ball

Honma TW-X Golf Ball

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Honma TW-X Golf Ball

PowaKaddy C2i GPS Trolley

PowaKaddy C2i GPS Trolley

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PowaKaddy C2i GPS Trolley

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