As technology improved in drivers, heads got bigger. More volume meant more technology to help you hit it farther and straighter. But with today’s irons, it’s sort of the opposite.
David Cannon LYTHAM ST ANNES, ENGLAND – AUGUST 05: Georgia Hall of England lines up a birdie putt on the 13th hole during the final round of the Ricoh Women’s British ...
Patrick Reed, as noted by Golf Digest equipment guru Mike Johnson, is a rare breed of major champion. Specifically, one without an equipment sponsorship.
Patrick Reed is the rare major champion—one without an equipment contract. Of course, that allows Reed the freedom to play any clubs he chooses, and the bag he put together and won the Masters with is truly eclectic.
Phil Mickelson's hall of fame short game propelled him to victory, including the putter he used to win the Open Championship.
Circumnavigating Earth in a corporate tournament is not exactly textbook prep for a long drive competition but for Dubai scratch-handicapper Ricky Dominguez, it will do just fine.
After a 15-year run with TaylorMade that included winning his first major championship at last year’s Masters, Sergio Garcia has signed a multiyear endorsement deal with Callaway to use its clubs and ball.
The big names for the 13th edition of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Championship have been unveiled which means if you haven’t already completed our 2017 Reader Survey, you absolutely should today.
Last month Sergio Garcia and TaylorMade announced they had mutually parted ways and it hasn’t taken the reigning Masters champ long to enjoy his freedom as an equipment free agent.
Garcia ‘feels great’ with Callaway equipment in play at JGE but lengthens his already low odds of Race to Dubai fairytale
Sergio Garcia, putting Callaway clubs into play for the first time, may be at very long odds to win Race to Dubai but is "going to give everything we have this week and see where we end up."
The second batch of winners has been drawn in our 100th issue/100k giveaway with hospitality passes to Ladies European Tour (LET) events in Abu Dhabi and Dubai and a fourball at Gary Player’s only Middle East design scooped up by five lucky winners.