Driver Reviews

Ping G20 Driver Review

With the ever increasing pressure to become longer and straighter of the tee, finding a driver that fits your game is a critical piece in the puzzle of shooting more consistent rounds. Labeled as the glamor club of the bag, one that has a lot of show but, in many short ball hitter’s opinions, does…

Titleist 910 D2 Driver Review

It was actually pretty hard for me to get excited about trying out the Titleist 910 D2 driver, only because I’ve been so attached to the 905 for so long. I tried to give both the 907 and 909 their fair chance, but there was just no spark, no chemistry, and no delivery of promises.…

Callaway Razr Hawk Driver Review

If you are an ardent golfing enthusiast, you may have come across Callaway’s innovative range of products while giving it a go. Callaway has been on the forefront in designing innovative and state-of-the-art drivers for some time now. This is what has earned them the distinction of standing out from the crowd. With the help…

Taylormade Burner Superfast 2.0 Driver Review

Introduction There is a wise quote in the American military that says, “Talent is hitting a target no one else can hit; genius is hitting a target no one else can see”. Just like in the military where the weapon greatly determines the accuracy and power you can generate, in golf too, a lot depends…

Callaway Diablo Octane Driver Review

Quite honestly, I have not been this excited about a driver (or any other club) since the Big Bertha. I would probably even say that I’ve found my soulmate in the Callaway Diablo Octane driver, if it wasn’t missing that beautiful titanium sound that I have grown so fond of through the years. A gorgeous…

Callaway FT-I Driver Review – a mid-high handicappers dream

About the Callaway FT-I Driver Few clubs have created as much interest as Callaway’s FT-I on release. Pretty obvious why as it was the first real square club head and it split the golfing world in two when it was launched. Some couldn’t wait to give it a whirl while others had trouble not bringing…

Ping G15 Driver Review – How Does it Stack Up Today?

The Ping Philosophy Ping is a company who has their own little niche in the golfing world. They don’t do flash, they don’t really do pretty and they certainly don’t do gimmicks. They just do effective and they do it well. The Ping G15 is pretty much an embodiment of that philosophy and many golfers…

Introducing Clevelands New CG Black Golf Clubs

Cleveland Golf recently announced the release of their new CG Black golf club line, which is engineered for players seeking maximum distance and forgiveness. Every CG Black club has been designed for players who have lost some yardage and swing speed and are looking to get their distance back. Continuing with it’s lightest driver on…

Nike VR Pro Limited Edition Forged Driver

Introducing the latest addition to the VR franchise, the Nike VR Pro Limited Edition Forged Driver From concept to course, the new Nike VR Pro Limited Edition Forged Driver was made for and with golf’s very best. Utilizing unique player insights and demanding standards has helped produce a club that delivers Tour-level distance with maximum…

Cleveland Launcher XL270 Ultralite Driver Review

The Launcher XL270 Driver one three new Ultralite drivers released by Cleveland Golf in 2011. They made their debut at the 2011 PGA Merchandise Show and have since been aiding the driver market in their own weight loss initiative. The average driver weight is 315 grams and since they’ve been selling the Ultralite, they’ve been…

TaylorMade R11 Driver Review

The TaylorMade R11 Driver hit the shelves early last month and it is the latest and greatest from the makers of the number one driver in golf. There are three major differences from last years R9 series; the white non-glare club head,  Adjustable Sole Plate (ASP) technology and a smaller 440cc head. With the new…

TaylorMade R11 Driver “Not Like The Others”

Update: Check out our TaylorMade R11 Driver Review TaylorMade’s Pre-Launch Campaign for its New R11 Driver “Not like the Others” Status Quo-Challenging Spots Debut on the Golf Channel January 3rd, 2011 TaylorMade Golf Company is tapping a Sesame Street song “One of These Things is not like the Other” as the theme to introduce its…

Cleveland Launcher DST Fairway Wood – Review

I first encountered Cleveland Golf’s Launcher DST series at the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show. I hit the Cleveland Launcher DST driver at the indoor range and loved the feel and distance the club produced. I requested the driver and the fairway wood for a golf club review and my first impression of the Cleveland Launcher…

Callaway Diablo Edge Tour – Win With Phil Driver

A couple months back I wrote about the Win With Phil Free Callaway Driver promotion. This was the promotion where, if Phil Mickelson won the 2010 Masters and you either purchased one of the 2010 Callaway driver (Callaway Diablo Edge, Callaway FT-Tour or Callaway FT-iZ) or if you went into Golfsmith and filled out a…

Cleveland Launcher DST Driver Review

Cleveland Launcher DST Driver – Review A few weeks back I received the new Cleveland Launcher DST Driver to put through the paces and review. After logging four rounds of golf and just as many trips to the range, I’m ready to make my report. I’ve had a lot of fun with this bad boy…

Cleveland Launcher DST Driver – First Glance

Cleveland Launcher DST was released  in November 2009 and is the latest in the Cleveland Golf driver line. It comes in three models, the DST, Draw and Launcher Tour. What makes this driver stand out over many of the other drivers released in 2010 is concept behind the design. The lighter you can make a…

Cleveland Launcher DST Fairway Wood – First Glance

UPDATE: FULL REVIEW IS POSTED – Cleveland Launcher DST Fairway Wood Review The Cleveland Launcher DST Fairway Wood has been getting some good reviews on a quite a few websites out there, and it also earned a silver on the Golf Digest 2010 Hotlist. A couple days ago, I arrived home after a grueling day…

TaylorMade R9 SuperTri Driver – Robert Garrigus test

PGA Tour Pro Robert Garrigus taking the TaylorMade R9 SuperTri out for a test drive. According to PGATour.com, his average driving distance is 289.5 and in the video he was cranking it over 300 yards. I’m a pretty big fan of the company, they make quality golf products. Currently in my bag I have the…