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Vertical Groove Driver secures new global distribution deals

Highlighted by two wins on the PGA TOUR Champions, and on the heels of John Daly’s 2nd place finish at the Paris Legends Championship on the European

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PING introduces G400 Series

PING’s fastest and most forgiving driver and an iron that delivers tour-level distance and ball flight highlight the new G400 Series. The full line of

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Lynx repositions Parallax irons and woods

With two Majors to their name, Lynx Parallax irons are steeped in professional golf tour history - but for 2017 the marque is reborn with a new emphas

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Callaway launch Steelhead XR Fairway Woods

Callaway have launched the Steelhead XR Fairway Woods, a modern interpretation of the iconic shape that made the original Steelhead one of the best-se

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Vertical Groove Driver comes to the UK

On the heels of Vertical Groove Golf’s first-ever win, when global ambassador John Daly captured the PGA TOUR Champions’ 2017 Insperity Invitational,

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Triton driver from Wilson now on sale

Wilson Golf has released the world’s most adjustable multi-piece driver on general sale in the UK, featuring two interchangeable sole plates for optim

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New Lynx Black Cat driver ad airs on Sky Sports

Lynx’s new Black Cat adjustable driver is the star of a TV ad being aired on Sky Sports. Called ‘The Tempest’ the lifestyle ad features three-time Eur

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Latest data on driving released

The R&A and the USGA have published their annual review of driving distance, a research document that reports important findings on driving distance i

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Great Big Bertha Epic introduced by Callaway

Callaway Golf Company has introduced the Great Big Bertha Epic, a driver that incorporates Callaway’s new Jailbreak ball speed technology. Jailbreak c

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Wilson’s Triton driver ruled nonconforming

Wilson’s Triton drivers, other than the 9 degree model, have been ruled non-conforming by the USGA. Wilson worked with the Golf Channel to produce

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New 917 Drivers by Titleist

Titleist have revealed their new 917D2 and 917D3 models, engineered with proprietary Active Recoil Channel 2.0 and SureFit CG technology. “When we

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Callaway launch Big Bertha Fusion Driver and Fairway Woods

Callaway have announced the launch of the Big Bertha Fusion Driver and Fairway Woods. The Big Bertha Fusion Driver marries an all-new aerospace-grade

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Mizuno’s new JPX EZ metal woods

Mizuno have announced the launch of its next generation JPX EZ metal woods family, the latest Mizuno metal woods in the illustrious line. The clubs bo

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TaylorMade introduces M1 ‘unmetalwood’ series

TaylorMade Golf has introduced the M1 driver, fairway and rescue club series as a replacement for the R15 series which was launched last January. The

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Ping claims top-selling club spot for G30

According to analysis by Golf Datatech, the Ping G30 has been the top-selling driver, fairway wood, hybrid and iron in terms of both value and units s

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Cobra Puma Golf launches King Ltd driver

Cobra Puma Golf has introduced its Cobra King Ltd driver which is reinforced with TeXtreme. To make the crown lighter Cobra Golf has added TeXtreme, w

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Srixon launches game improvement range

Srixon Sports Europe has introduced game improvement Z355 series clubs and Z155 irons, incorporating the company’s ‘Action Mass’ technology. Equipped

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Mizuno provides different bats for Lyth

Left-handed Yorkshire and England cricket opener, Adam Lyth, has enjoyed a full Performance Centre club-fitting experience from Mizuno, the Japanese e

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Two new driver and fairway wood families from Callaway

Callaway has announced the launch of the new Great Big Bertha Driver (pictured), claimed to be the fastest, most forgiving and distance-enhancing prod

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Morrison wins with Callaway and Nippon Shaft

Callaway staff professional James Morrison had a flawless closing round of 69, to win the Open de España at Real Club de Golf El Prat in Barcelona. Mo

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