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TaylorMade SIM2 Drivers Review

Details: TaylorMade SIM2 Drivers Review. As good as last year’s SIM drivers were, one of the very best drivers in fact, we’re already seeing a rapid take up on tour of the new SIM2 model in the bags of Dustin Johnson and Collin Morikawa.So we wanted to find out how the performance had evolved. Our custom-fitted SIM was as good as anything out there last year, so a good start was to retro fit our

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Odyssey 2Ball Ten Putters Review

Details: Odyssey 2Ball Ten Putters Review. The Odyssey Stroke Lab Black Ten putter launched last year, while not a completely original concept, impressed us with its stability and easy alignment thanks to the thick white sightline on the flange and quickly became one of the best putters golfers could get their hands on.. Assistance with aim has been taken up a notch this year with the addition of the

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Ping G425 Drivers Review

Details: Ping G425 Drivers Review. The combination of high ball speeds and forgiveness with relatively low spin meant the G410 Plus driver kept its place in our bag for most of 2020.. Our testing showed it was one of the fastest and most consistent of all the best drivers on the market, so we were keen to see how its replacement in the new G425 Max compared.. Down at address, the G425 Max …

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Tour Edge Hot Launch C521 Irons Review

Details: The top line is a little bit thick, but the edges are beveled and that somehow makes it look more elegant and high-end. Our testing revealed a few things. First, impact feel is outstanding – emitting a solid and crisp thud. Second, it’s easy to see that the clubs immediately try to be forgiving on every shot – the norm is clearly a

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Mizuno JPX921 Irons Review

Details: It claims the new JPX921 Forged model will provide the most significant gains over the previous JPX919 model. Changes in the design of each of the irons means Mizuno has made adjustments to the lofts. The Forged, Hot Metal and Hot Metal Pro are all one degree stronger in the 4-8 irons while the Tour model remains unchanged at 34° in the 7-iron.

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Ben Hogan PTx Pro Irons Review

Details: Ben Hogan PTx Pro Irons Review. For those golfers considering investing in a set of Ben Hogan irons, the classic Icon model is hard to ignore. But whilst the looks and feel might appeal, not every player wants the uncompromising blade-like performance of an iron like the Icon.

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Ping G425 Irons Review

Details: Ping G425 Irons Review. Ping is a brand well known for it’s forgiving irons and its G-Series models have always been popular because of their all-round playability for the average golfer.. The impact of the pandemic means the G425 range replaces G410 a lot later than originally planned, bucking the usual 18-month cycle, so would G425 be worth the wait?

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Royal St George's Golf Club Course Review

Details: Royal St George’s Golf Club Course Review. Playing host to The Open Championship this July for a 15th time, Royal St George’s climbs two places on the ranking for 2021/22. Royal St George’s is a challenging track. With its undulating terrain, dunes and deep bunkering, a premium is placed on accurate hitting and steady driving.

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Wilson Staff D9 Iron Review

Details: Wilson Staff D9 Iron Review. The Wilson Staff D7 became one of the best pound-for-pound distance irons when it launched at the end of 2018 so we were keen to discover if the new D9 iron could match it or even exceed it when it came to performance.. There are fewer Power Holes on the sole this time, Wilson has reverted to just two guided by computer modelling software to produce the most

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Kirkland Signature 3-Piece Wedge Set Review

Details: Kirkland Signature 3-Piece Wedge Set. Kirkland is a brand that has gathered momentum in recent times for its solid performing, affordable golf equipment. Kirkland Signature 3-Piece Wedge Set. In this video, Neil Tappin tests the Kirkland Signature 3-Piece Wedge Set to find out what you can expect from the 52˚, 56˚ and 60˚. Volume 0%.

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Shot Scope V3 GPS Watch Review

Details: Shot Scope V3 GPS Watch Review. The Shot Scope V2 launched just shy of three years ago and while it did the job of providing GPS distances and tracking shots automatically, its cumbersome size was a bit of a stumbling block.. Reductions in price and improvements in the performance dashboard continued to entice golfers into the benefits of Shot Scope’s automatic shot tracking and game

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TaylorMade Tour Response Ball Review

Details: TaylorMade Tour Response Ball Review. In the Tour Response golf ball, TaylorMade is offering a cast urethane covered ball that comes in at around £10 less per dozen than the brand’s premium TP5 and TP5x balls, which has been updated for 2021.. The Tour Response has been launched along its sister ball the Soft Response, which is a softer-feeling ball with an ionomer cover instead of …

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Vice Golf Tour Ball Review

Details: Vice Golf Tour Ball Review. Vice has been gaining a good amount of traction in the mid-priced balls market over the last few years, thanks in part to its direct to consumer model that allows it to charge lower prices and bring them down even further if you buy in bulk.. The Tour model has a slightly misleading name as it is designed to be the all-rounder in the line-up versus the more tour

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Cobra King Speedzone Drivers Review

Details: The King Speedzone (left) is a cleaner looking driver than F9 and seemed easier to align. A quick glance at the numbers from the launch monitor, in the same 9° loft and Project X HZRDUS Smoke 6.0 shaft, suggested the performance was nigh-on identical between the old King F9 and new King SZ drivers. Delve a little deeper into the data, though

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SkyTrak Launch Monitor Review

Details: in stock. €1995. View. Powered by Golf Monthly. SkyTrak Launch Monitor Review. Launch monitors are becoming more and more prevalent across various aspects of the golf industry, be it club fitting, coaching or even simulator experiences. But many of the most cutting-edge launch monitors come with a premium price tag.

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Titleist TSi1 Driver Review

Details: Titleist TSi1 Driver Review. For the right golfer, the Titleist TSi1 driver is simply superb. In fact, it may be even better than that. It is designed for players with swing speeds of no more than 90mph.

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TaylorMade P790 Ti Iron Review

Details: The spin was similar at just under 6000 rpm and as a result of the extra speed and higher flight, we achieved an average carry of 174 yards versus 172 with the P790. This is partly a testament to how good the latest P790 is but in P790 Ti there is an option …

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Callaway Mavrik Irons Review

Details: Callaway Mavrik Irons Review. On the face of it, literally, the Mavrik range could well comprise one of the most complex design concepts we’ve seen in recent years – you can read more about the technology here.. It features two oversized models built for distance and a more compact Pro model aimed at the slightly lower handicapper that still wants good distance in a more refined package.

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Cobra Radspeed Drivers Review

Details: Cobra Radspeed Drivers Review. Cobra claims its Radspeed drivers will offer increased distance without sacrificing forgiveness thanks to more extreme weighting and more head options to cater for additional player types.. We tested the new models against the King F9 Speedback from two years ago, one of the best drivers on the market at the time, as well as last year’s King Speedzone to get a

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Mizuno ST-X Driver Review

Details: Mizuno ST-X Driver. In this Mizuno ST-X driver review, Neil Tappin tests and compares the new ST-X model to see if the performance improves on the impressive ST200. Mizuno STZ & STX Drivers review. In this video, Neil Tappin reviews the two latest drivers from Mizuno up against last year's ST 200G driver. Volume 0%.

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Cobra King Speedzone Iron Review

Details: Cobra King Speedzone Iron Review. Not many irons demonstrate out-of-the-box thinking as well as the Cobra Speedzone iron. It comes in One Length, the unorthodox, boxy Speedback shaping continues from the previous King F9 model and it’s the first iron to feature a carbon fibre topline (you can read more about the tech here).Good things really do come in threes.

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Srixon ZX4 Iron Review

Details: Srixon ZX4 Iron Review. Up until recently, the Srixon ZX iron range, comprising the soft-feeling ZX7 and more powerful ZX5 iron, has been targeting the stronger player through compact head sizes and feel-oriented models.. This was less the case with the ZX5 but now golfers have a truly out-and-out distance option in the form of the ZX4.

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Garmin Approach S12 GPS Watch Review

Details: Garmin Approach S12 GPS Watch Review. The Approach S12 is Garmin’s entry level GPS watch and for just under £180 you get something that’s easy to use and provides accurate distance information throughout the round.

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PowaKaddy CT6 GPS Electric Trolley Review

Details: PowaKaddy CT6 GPS Electric Trolley Review. Last year’s PowaKaddy CT6 GPS electric trolley was an excellent option for golfers that wanted at-a-glance, front-middle-back distances on a trolley that folded down compactly. But there was room for improvement, something that PowaKaddy has addressed in 2021. The first being the screen.

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Ben Hogan Icon Irons Review

Details: Ben Hogan Icon Irons Review. Within the golf equipment market, Ben Hogan is a brand name with a rich history. Over recent years however, it has undergone an important change with its products now predominantly sold online.

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Cobra Radspeed Irons Review

Details: Price as reviewed: £749.00. Cobra Radspeed Irons Review. There’s an awful lot to admire in the upgrade to the King Speedzone iron. Eyebrows were raised when Cobra strengthened the lofts last time around but they have stayed the same into the new Radspeed iron. Down at address, you’ll notice the generous offset and darker carbon fibre

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Honma TWorld XP-1 Iron Review

Details: Honma TWorld XP-1 Iron Review. Key Technology – The high-performance design produces impressive distance and accuracy, thanks to a thin, fast clubface throughout the set.

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Callaway ERC Soft Golf Ball Review

Details: Golf Monthly is packed with all the information you need to help improve your game. Take your game to the next level with tips, drills and advice from top Tour Pros and the UK’s top coaches. Impartial in-depth reviews of the latest equipment will ensure you buy the best whatever your budget.

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Titleist TSi3 Driver Review

Details: Titleist TSi3 Driver Review. The Titleist TSi3 in particular has seen a rapid take up on tour, even among non-contracted players like Tommy Fleetwood and Matthew Fitzpatrick, so clearly there is something of note in the new technology found in this model.. Related: Best Drivers We were custom fitted for it at the Belfry, where we got a chance to test it against our current gamer and the

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Tour Edge Hot Launch C521 Driver Review

Details: Tour Edge Hot Launch C521 Driver Review. Tour Edge has long been known for selling decent clubs at a great price. While never cheaply made, its Hot Launch series products have progressively gotten quite good in recent years. They’re made with top materials and technology, look inviting and sleek, and perform adequately against every other brand.

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2020 Titleist Tour Soft Ball Review

Details: The Tour Soft has always been an excellent all-rounder that offers soft feel at a lower price point. Our testing of the 2020 version has shown that it is a little bit faster off the tee than its predecessor, possibly because of the larger core and thinner cover, translating into extra carry distance. Admittedly it was by less than a handful of

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TaylorMade M6 Fairway Review

Details: TaylorMade M6 Fairway Review. This fairway wood is for golfers seeking a high performance, non-adjustable option. Key technology Like on the M6 driver, Twist Face offers a corrective face angle on off-centre hits, engineered to reduce side spin and deliver straighter shots.A deep face and larger carbon crown provides optimal distance with excellent playability.

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Tour Edge Hot Launch E521 Iron Woods Review

Details: Tour Edge Hot Launch E521 Iron Woods Review. Tour Edge is well regarded for its value-driven iron-woods and these are the latest in a long line. Make no mistake: They’re game-improvement clubs made specifically for slower to mid-swing speeds, just like the Hot Launch E521 driver. Each has a stainless steel, hollow-body clubhead with a super

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Callaway Big Bertha B21 Driver Review

Details: At address, the footprint is generous and the blue carbon crown with red lines adds a modern touch. It is a little triangular in shape too, reminiscent of the impressive Big Bertha Fusion driver but a little less drastic. We tested a 10.5° head lofted down to 9.5° with the stock RCH 55 shaft. We’re aware, as a fast-swinging golfer with a

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Bridgestone e12 Soft Ball Review

Details: Bridgestone e12 Soft Ball Review. The e12 Soft is a three-piece surlyn golf ball for slower swing speeds said to deliver sidespin-reducing performance, with added distance off the tee with a softer feel.. Unboxing this ball, you can immediately feel how soft it is. Juggling it with a wedge, it felt springy and looks very well made, and so we were excited to get it out on the course.

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Callaway Apex 21 Irons Review

Details: In terms of the looks, there is a simple, clear progression through the range. The Apex MB is the most blade-like – it has a thin topline and minimal offset and is clearly an iron that’s destined for the Tour. The toplines of the Callaway Apex 21 irons – left-to-right: Apex MB, Apex Pro, Apex, Apex DCB. As you move up, the toplines become

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Srixon ZX5 Iron Review

Details: Srixon ZX5 Iron Review. Srixon has launched its new ZX5 iron, a club designed with higher handicap golfers in mind who are searching for a mixture of forgiveness and distance.. The ZX5 has been launched alongside the ZX7, a forged iron aimed at a slightly lower handicap range.. We tested ZX5 6-iron on the Flightscope X3 launch monitor in the stock Nippon NS Pro Modus3 120 shaft and …

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TaylorMade 2021 TP5 Ball Review

Details: TaylorMade 2021 TP5 Ball Review. The TP5 ball from TaylorMade has gone from strength to strength since its release in 2017. It’s truly one of the best golf balls on the market, offering all-round performance that is up there with the very best in each category.. But that’s not to say the company has been resting on its laurels.

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TaylorMade FlexTech Crossover Stand Bag Review

Details: The TaylorMade FlexTech Crossover bag is superb, especially if you like to carry and use a trolley without having to switch bags. It works well for both because it’s comfy to carry and the stand system works very effectively, and it fits nicely onto a trolley. The amount, variety and placing of …

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Cobra Radspeed Fairway Review

Details: Cobra Radspeed Fairway Review. We recently crowned this club the best fairway wood of 2021 so clearly, the Cobra Radspeed has a lot going for it.. At address, the Radspeed has an inviting profile that sits squarely behind the ball.

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Srixon Soft Feel Ball Review

Details: Srixon Soft Feel Ball Review. The Srixon Soft Feel has been a well-established and popular ball for a long time now – it’s the brand’s least expensive and most popular offering, ahead of the likes of the Q-Star Tour and the new Z-Star for 2021.The new version was released in November 2020 and is the 12th generation of the soft-feeling golf ball.

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Titleist T400 Iron Review

Details: Titleist T400 Iron Review. Joel Tadman puts the new T400 iron from Titleist through its paces, testing it on the GCQuad launch monitor before taking it out on the course. Product Overview.

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TaylorMade Original One Mini Driver Review

Details: TaylorMade Original One Mini Driver Review. Key Technology. At 275cc in size, it is nine per cent larger than the AeroBurner Mini from 2015 to fit directly in between a driver and three wood.; The combination of a titanium body, 50g steel sole plate and a carbon composite crown creates an ultra-low CG for distance and playability.

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Titleist TSi2 Hybrid Review

Details: Titleist TSi2 Hybrid. In this Titleist TSi2 Hybrid review, Joel Tadman reports back on its performance having had it in the bag for a number of months. Product Overview.

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2021 Titleist Pro V1x Ball Review

Details: February 17, 2021 12:00 pm. In this 2021 Titleist Pro V1x Ball Review, Neil Tappin tests it up against the new Pro V1 to see how the performance compares. 2021 Titleist Pro V1 & Pro V1x Balls Review. The 2021 Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls have had a major redesign. Neil Tappin tested the performance of both to see how the latest

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Srixon ZX7 Iron Review

Details: Srixon ZX7 Iron Review. Srixon has launched the new ZX7 iron aimed at more accomplished golfers who are looking for control and manoeuvrability in a compact iron head. The ZX7 has been launched alongside the ZX5 iron, a cavity back iron that provides a little more distance and forgiveness. The Srixon ZX7 (right) is more compact than the ZX5 model.

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