Zach Johnson is a two-time major champion, and in both the 2007 Masters and 2015 Open Championship he used Titleist’s Pro V1x. Normally Johnson, who is not superstitious, will use any of...
Yesterday Justin Thomas hinted he might have a new Titleist driver in play this week at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club for the U.S. Open. And today, Titleist let everyone know what that club might be.
Ariya Jutanugarn has made playing without a driver fashionable. And as you might expect from someone who has 12 clubs that are irons or wedges in her bag...
Webb Simpson talks about his equipment, the anchor ban and the last club he bought with his own money
Whether it be five metal woods, an iron set starting at the 5-iron or the Arm-Lock style of putting he employed, Webb Simpson’s sticks certainly weren’t aren't the norm.
Webb Simpson won the Players Championship in dominating fashion and did so with a set of makeup that everyday players should take note of.
In team golf, the short game usually plays a huge role in either establishing or keeping momentum and that held true for Billy Horschel and Scott Piercy in winning the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
Andrew Landry made a timely change in the shafts and lofts of his irons heading into this week’s Valero Texas Open, and it might have been just what he needed to capture his first PGA Tour title.
Satoshi Kodaira, five shots in arrears of Si Woo Kim starting the day, fired a final-round 66 to erase the deficit and then won the RBC Heritage with a birdie putt of 24 feet, six inches on the third extra hole of a playoff with Kim.
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.
Austin Cook won the RSM Classic for his first PGA Tour victory in just his 14th start by flashing an incredibly steady tee-to-green game and a deft touch on...