This year’s Driver Derby is nearly over and among the leading drivers is the Titleist 913D2. These drivers aren’t designed for beginners, but they’re far from typical Tour fare — in fact, the D3 is more commonly considered the pro-level club in this family. Find out why the D2 is getting a piece of the spotlight this year.
Golfer Ryan Moore took first place in the PGA Tour CIMB Classic for the 2nd year in a row, using the same clubs as last year. You might be surprised about who’s commenting on his victory…
The original Big Bertha driver was the stuff of legends, so when the line was re-issued earlier this year, the entire sport was on pins and needles. Would she live up to the legacy of her predecessors? Find out what we think of Big Bertha’s reappearance in this review.
The Titleist 913 D2 driver comes with an adjustable hosel standard, but there’s nothing standard about adjusting a driver. Don’t worry, we’ll walk you through the process and hopefully add a few yards to your drive.
TaylorMade had no idea what a hit they had in store with the SLDR driver, but they didn’t waste any time creating a model for almost every golfer imaginable. Whether you’re looking for game improvement, a tour grade driver or something different, the SLDR family has what you’re hunting for.
There’s no question that the LPGA Tour is an excellent test of skill and gear. We’ve broken down the winning drivers for this season so you can pick up the gear that’s killing it on the course this year.
Every year the pros fight it out to see who will be the best in golf, but so do their drivers. The Driver Derby is inching toward a close with the Titleist 913s and the TaylorMade SLDRs neck and neck — we’ve put them head to head to help you choose the winner for your golf game.
Have you ever wondered what’s really behind all that technical jargon golf club manufacturers use to sell you their newest and best? We’ve broken down all the tech that went into the Callaway X-Hot driver for you in this article.
Too many golf experts ignore the growing number of women on the course — but not us. We know ladies play golf, too — and we’re here to help improve your game with this list of our favorite women’s drivers.
The TaylorMade SLDR was a huge hit when it debuted in 2013. TaylorMade heard and answered with a line of SLDRs for every golfer–meet the advanced player’s SLDR 430. Feature packed with reduced ball spin, this is the tech you’ve needed to drop your ball spin below 2000 rpm.