Equipment

Not all 7-irons are alike. We’re not talking about shape or even materials. We’re talking about loft—for all of golf eternity the most basic building block to determine ball flight. Some clubmakers keep lowering the “standard loft” of their 7-irons in a race for more distance. (The 7-iron is what most golfers test first when
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The TaylorMade TP Patina putter collection may get attention for its distinctive tarnished finish, but it’s what’s not seen that is the hallmark for improvement in the company’s lineup of traditional putters. While TaylorMade’s putter lineup has gotten the majority of attention for its high-stability, alignment-focused Spider mallets, including this year’s Spider X, the company
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As a rookie, Hall played all five matches for Team Europe at the 2017 Solheim Cup (2–3-0). Hall was a relative unknown until the Solheim Cup. “I was very impressed with Georgia,” says captain Annika Sorenstam. “It’s not easy. The stage is big, and she performed beautifully.” Hall qualified for the LPGA Tour via Q
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True Sports, the parent company behind shaft giant True Temper, announced Tuesday that it is acquiring Accra, the premium graphite shaft company that works exclusively with the aftermarket clubfitter business. The acquisition includes Accra’s parent company, Premium Golf Management Co. (PGMC). Terms were not disclosed. The announcement was part of True Sports’ unveiling of its
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The Srixon Q-Star’s two-piece construction isn’t what you would think of for a tour-level ball, but a deeper look into the design reveals some of the same guiding technologies found in the company’s tour-played Z-Star and Z-Star XV balls. While the ionomer-covered Q-Star won’t ever be a choice of elite players who prefer the versatility
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Last year we brought you our 13 Dumbest Things in Golf—a collection of egregious traditions, decisions and products that cause golfers to raise their collective eyebrows, snicker or in some cases, get fired up about. Of course, golf being what it is, there’s no way that our original 13 things covered the entire landscape of
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