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2010 hot list

2010 hot list

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What irons to buy?

Taking a break from all things Tiger, let's answer this question from a California reader about new irons. I asked Mike Stachura, Golf Digest's Equipment Editor, to reply. I need a new set of irons...
Thursday, 3/25/2010 at 10:36PM
Golf Instruction / 2010 Hot List

2010 Hot List: The Retailers

Meet the retailers who make up the 2010 Hot List panel.
February 2010
Golf Instruction / 2010 Hot List

2010 Hot List: Performance

Find out how our Hot List player panelists assess the utility and performance of each club.
February 2010
Golf Instruction / 2010 Hot List

2010 Hot List: The Scientists

Meet the scientists who make up the 2010 Hot List panel.
February 2010
Golf Instruction / 2010 Hot List

2010 Hot List: The Process

Watch and learn about the process we use evaluate all the equipment submitted for the 2010 Hot List.
February 2010
Golf Equipment

2010 Hot List Tips: Hybrids (Feb. 2010)

Don Hurter, PGA pro from Castle Pines Club Club in Colorado, offers tips on hitting a hybrid from the edge of the green.
February 2010
Golf Instruction

2010 Hot List Tips: Drivers (Feb. 2010)

There were over 60 drivers submitted for Golf Digest's 2010 Hot List. Find out how we chose the most significant drivers in the game today.
Golf Instruction

2010 Hot List Tips: Irons (Feb. 2010)

One of the most complicated categories that we encountered in the 2010 Hot List was game-improvement irons. Senior Editor E. Michael Johnson breaks down the criteria and testing that was involved in selecting the best game-improvement irons available on the market today.
Golf Instruction

2010 Hot List Tips: Mallet Putters (Feb. 2010)

Today mallet putters designs come in many shapes and sizes. Senior Editor E. Michael Johnson breaks down the criteria and testing that was involved in selecting the best mallet putters available on the market today.
Golf Instruction

2010 Hot List Tips: Wedges & the New Grooves Rule (Feb. 2010)

Senior editor Stina Sternberg demos new wedges on the market today that have addressed the groove rule with interchangeable sole-plates -- one with the old groove and one with the grooves that conform with the new rule.
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