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More iron models undergo Titleist Tour seeding process

More iron models undergo Titleist Tour seeding process

Following on from last week’s introduction of the new Titleist T100, 620 MB and 620 CB irons at last week’s US Open, the company’s T200 and T300 models are making their Tour debut this week. 18 Jun 2019
New Titleist irons arrive at Pebble Beach

New Titleist irons arrive at Pebble Beach

Titleist has unveiled three new iron models at Pebble Beach ahead of the US Open as the company begins its all-important Tour seeding process. 11 Jun 2019
Titleist TS1 driver engineered for effortless distance

Titleist TS1 driver engineered for effortless distance

Titleist’s TS driver family has a new addition. The ultra-lightweight TS1 driver joining the TS2, TS3 and TS4, with the latest model aimed at giving moderate swing speed players maximum distance. 5 Jun 2019
PING G410 driver family grows

PING G410 driver family grows

The latest addition to the PING G410 range, the G410 LST driver, offers lower spin in a slightly smaller head shape and is available for custom fitting and pre order now. 29 May 2019
PING introduces new Blueprint

PING introduces new Blueprint

PING hasn’t taken entering the forged blade iron market lightly. The company renowned for its engineering processes and history, incorporating an entirely different approach to produce its new Blueprint iron. 29 May 2019
Titleist unveil 2019 Pro V1 and Pro V1x

Titleist unveil 2019 Pro V1 and Pro V1x

Designed to deliver increased distance and speed without sacrificing any performance of previous versions, the latest Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls from Titleist were announced today and are set to arrive in golf shops around Australia from February 2. 24 Jan 2019
New Srixon Z-Star series faster to the core

New Srixon Z-Star series faster to the core

Powered by Srixon’s all-new ‘FastLayer’ core the sixth generation three-piece Z-Star and four-piece Z-Star XV golf balls are set to arrive in Australian golf shops from February 21. 15 Jan 2019
Mizuno unveil new ST190 woods

Mizuno unveil new ST190 woods

Japanese manufacturer Mizuno has announced a new range of drivers and fairway woods to start 2019, with the company hoping the ST190 line achieves the acclaim of its renowned irons. 14 Jan 2019
NEW GEAR: TaylorMade M5 and M6 irons

NEW GEAR: TaylorMade M5 and M6 irons

Following on from the recent announcement of the new M5 and M6 woods and hybrids, TaylorMade is set to release game improvement M5 and M6 irons, with the company’s new ‘Speed Bridge’ the standout technology. 14 Jan 2019
NEW GEAR: Odyssey Stroke Lab putters

NEW GEAR: Odyssey Stroke Lab putters

Odyssey Golf is taking a different approach in the search to help golfers become better putters with its latest models. The new Stroke Lab range offering putting improvement primarily through an innovative new shaft design. 7 Jan 2019
Callaway expand golf ball offering

Callaway expand golf ball offering

Callaway Golf is set to release three new golf balls in early February 2019, the company replacing its popular Supersoft model and unveiling the all new ERC Soft and Supersoft Magna. 7 Jan 2019
Callaway release Flash 2019 club range

Callaway release Flash 2019 club range

Callaway Golf has replaced some of its most popular models to kick off 2019, with the company’s new Epic Flash and Epic Flash Sub Zero drivers and fairway woods joined by new Apex irons and hybrids. 7 Jan 2019
TaylorMade launch M5/M6 woods and updated golf balls

TaylorMade launch M5/M6 woods and updated golf balls

The start of the New Year means new equipment for many of golf’s manufacturers and TaylorMade recently announced its new M5 and M6 woods as well as improved versions of its TP5 and TP5x golf balls to start 2019. 7 Jan 2019
Cobra introduces King F9 Speedback

Cobra introduces King F9 Speedback

Determined to end golfers being forced to choose between optimised aerodynamics and low centre of gravity (CG) in woods, and either distance or forgiveness in irons, Cobra has developed its new King F9 Speedback driver, fairways, hybrids and irons. 31 Oct 2018
New Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x arrive on Tour

New Titleist Pro V1 and Pro V1x arrive on Tour

Titleist’s biennial debut of its latest premium golf balls is once again taking place in Las Vegas this week, with the 2019 Pro V1 and Pro V1x available for PGA Tour players to use in competition for first time. 30 Oct 2018
New Cobra King Forged irons inspired by Rickie

New Cobra King Forged irons inspired by Rickie

Designed with input from Rickie Fowler, and intended to mimic the American’s own clubs, Cobra’s new King Forged CB/MB progressive iron set offers soft forged feel and ball flight control in a durable black finish. 24 Oct 2018
Ping Sigma 2 putters add feel and adjustability

Ping Sigma 2 putters add feel and adjustability

A new dual-durometer face and adjustable-length shafts are the headline technologies of the new Sigma 2 series of putters from Ping, announced today and available for pre-order immediately. 16 Oct 2018
TaylorMade gets progressive with P760 irons

TaylorMade gets progressive with P760 irons

Blended iron sets comprising numerous models have become more and more common, both with the world's best players and average golfers. To cater to these players, TaylorMade is set to release its new P760 irons, the latest addition to the company's P700 series. 16 Oct 2018
FootJoy Pro/SL gets a fresh look

FootJoy Pro/SL gets a fresh look

FootJoy’s most popular spikeless shoe both at retail and on the world’s professional Tours, the Pro/SL, has been updated. With one BOA and three laced options available in Australian golf shops beginning October 25. 3 Oct 2018
Ecco gaining traction with new Strike

Ecco gaining traction with new Strike

Ecco Golf’s new Strike combines the company’s renowned comfort and fit with increased traction that is designed to complement the natural movement of a foot during a golf swing. The blend of technologies delivering what Ecco calls “an evolution in cleated performance”. 28 Sep 2018
Titleist TS2 and TS3 woods built for speed

Titleist TS2 and TS3 woods built for speed

Challenged by its Tour Staff to produce faster drivers delivering increased speed and distance, Titleist's R&D team undertook a two-year task named the "Titleist Speed Project", stripping back driver design and rebuilding it piece by piece for speed. 9 Sep 2018