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Cobra Introduces S2 Max Irons

While we wait for the sale to Puma to conclude, here’s the latest from Cobra: Cobra Golf unveils the new high-performance Cobra S2 Max in both iron and iron-hybrid integrated sets. While both sets are designed for maximum forgiveness and...

Nike Golf rolls out 2010 club line

Between the parent companys historic status as a sports-manufacturing colossus and the obvious stature of a staff player whose status as No. 1 player in the world doesnt begin to do him justice, its always been easy to assign an asterisk of...

TaylorMade revs up sexy new R9 irons

The glory days of the Big Three automakers might be the stuff of history books and Happy Days, but the aesthetic legacy of the American muscle car still pops up in some of the least expected places, not the least of which is the golf course. It...

Titleist: Tweaks AP Line-up, Brings on FJ...

Last week at Eagles Nest the fine folks from Titleist sat down with the Canadian golf press and walked through the line up of new product that has either just hit shelves, or will hit shelves in coming months. In many ways it is sprucing up the...

Miura: the ultimate golf gear indulgence

In some ways, Miura irons are the hardcore golfers equivalent of a Bentley or Rolls-Royce parked in the driveway “ a hand-crafted, high-priced, precision-tooled marvel of engineering for discriminating players who are looking for the...

TM’s Big Launch: New Burner Driver...

A ton of stuff just announced from TaylorMade, including a new take on the ultra-successful Burner driver, new Burner irons and a new wedge line: TaylorMade Golf, the No. 1 driver brand on every major professional golf tour in the world, has...

Gear Review: Ping i10 Irons

Gear Review: Ping i10 Irons Retail Price: $899 Outside of the car business, the golf industry must be next in line for the Most Relentless R&D award. There is a constant and never ending pursuit to improve and discover the next great...

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