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Callaway Mack Daddy 4 Wedge Review

Along with the launching of new woods and irons on an annual basis Callaway Golf has been shortening the interval between wedge launches of late, with the Mack Daddy 4 wedges the latest short-game weapons from the brand to hit the market. You ...

Mizuno CLK Hybrid Review

Mizuno has been making some serious waves in the last couple of years with the launch of the JPX900 series of clubs followed up by the MP-18 range of irons and the ST-180 and GT-180 woods. Along with all of this fantastic equipment the brand has ...

TaylorMade M4 Driver Review

The M4 driver is the brand’s latest non-adjustable and more forgiving driver. It still features the adjustable hosel sleeve that allows loft and lie angle changes as well as the ability to change shafts more easily, but that is where the ...

TaylorMade M3 Driver Review

For TaylorMade, 2018 sees a total upgrade on the M range with the new M3 and M4 golf clubs replacing the M1 and M2 from the previous two generations. With this new range comes a host of new design features most notably TwistFace in the drivers. ...

Mizuno ST 180 Driver Review

Mizuno is most notably known for producing some of the best forged irons on the market, so it’s no surprise that the brand’s woods are often overlooked. However, in the last few years Mizuno has begun to produce high performing woods that easily ...

Cobra KING F8 Fairway Wood Review

Cobra made a name for itself many years back with the launch of the Baffler fairway woods, which were popular due to being some of the easiest to hit woods especially out of tough lies. And after reintroducing the baffler Rail system in the KING F7 ...

Cobra KING F8 Driver Review

The KING F8 driver is the latest Cobra driver to hit the shelves and is packed with new and unique design features that produce more distance and consistency in accuracy than its predecessor, the KING F7, while also helping you to improve your game ...

TaylorMade M4 Fairway Wood Review

For 2018 TaylorMade has once again produced two ranges of golf clubs: the M3 range is designed to suit the better golfer and the M4 range is designed to be more forgiving and suit all golfers. With much of the hype focused on the Twist Face ...

TaylorMade M3 Fairway Wood Review

Almost all of the hype around TaylorMade's latest range of equipment is about the Twist Face technology in the new M3 and M4 drivers. And while this has left the new M3 fairway wood in the shade slightly, the improvement in the design of this wood ...

Callaway Rogue Hybrid Review

Along with the highly popular and successful Rogue drivers and fairway woods for 2018, Callaway has also launched the Rogue hybrids that include the regular version and the Rogue X. And once again the brand has managed to incorporate Jailbreak ...