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uDesign, uWin (maybe)

Callaway RAZR Fit uDesign Driver

Confidence has long been considered a key component to a solid golf game — if you’re bold in your approach, the rest will take care of itself. For some, that assuredness is found through long hours on the range; for others, it’s in knowing that the boom stick coming out of their bag is Rickie...

Their playability is anything but limited

Nike VR Pro Limited Edition Driver & Fairway Woods

Nike Golf’s latest metal wood offerings have just been released and while the “Limited Edition” moniker caught our eye, an upgraded face technology is what grabbed our attention. Nike is unveiling its own multi-face thickness technology with NexCOR and when coupled with an enhanced compression channel results in a hotter club face and higher ball...

Hawk, line and sinker

Callaway Razr Hawk Driver

If the idea of unsheathing a lean, mean Storm Trooper inspired machine isn’t quite your style, allow Callaway to give you a taste of the dark side with their latest Razr Hawk Driver ($399). Lighter and stronger than titanium, forged composite is the hallmark technology behind this club, allowing giving engineers maximum control over wall...

White is the new black

Taylormade R11 Driver (In-Depth)

Let’s just get it out of the way. The Taylormade R11 is white. It’s designed to cut down on sun glare and reflections on the crown that can be distracting. Is it unique? Yes, for now. Does it warrant buying a new driver? Not really. I can’t remember ever being distracted by my driver. Don’t...

For length's sake

Callaway Diablo Octane Driver

A man’s quest for increasing his length, drive length that is, is a long and never-ending struggle. Fortunately for golfers, Callaway understands the pain and alongside Lamborghini (a company that knows a thing or two about dynamics) the two firms’ R&D teams have been hard at work to develop a worthy successor to last year’s...

TaylorMade r7 CGB Max Driver

[click on image to enlarge] This Fall’s unseasonably warm weather has caught everyone off guard but it doesn’t mean you can’t take advantage of it. How you ask? One word. Golf. Which of course gives you a perfectly viable excuse to justify replacing your driver with the new TaylorMade r7 CGB Max driver. With enough...