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Survey says golfers are looking for accuracy over distance when buying drivers. Does that surprise you, too?

By Mike Stachura Nothing seems to get golfers' attention more than hitting it longer off the tee. The driver remains the most sought-after purchase, but new research on serious golfers' attitudes from Golf Datatech...
Saturday, 5/10/2014 at 9:18AM
Gear & Equipment

Callaway lets you channel your inner club builder with its uDesign driver program

By E. Michael Johnson Are colorful clubs a trend or a fad? Callaway's uDesign program for its Big Bertha ($500) and Big Bertha Alpha ($600) drivers suggests the company thinks it has staying power....
Thursday, 5/1/2014 at 5:59PM
Gear & Equipment

We know you want to buy new clubs. We even have a study that proves it

By MikeStachura It might have been a long winter, but that hasn't chilled interest in new clubs. Golf Datatech's semiannual study of golfers' attitudes suggests an enthusiasm to buy. A survey of 1,000 serious...
Saturday, 4/26/2014 at 9:32AM
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The Hot List - Drivers: Callaway Big Bertha Alpha

Its the first driver to offer independent adjustments of loft and lie angle as well as horizontal and vertical centers of gravity. Designed with tour players like Phil Mickelson in mind, Callaways Big Bertha Alpha breaks new ground in the family of adjustable drivers.
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The Hot List - Drivers: Titleist 913D

Its one of our consistent top performers, and this year the 913D from Titleist is back with a few upgrades, including a face insert thats lighter and thinner than the previous 910 series.
Gear & Equipment

Bobby Jones targets women's market with Rouge driver/fairway wood line

By Keely LevinsThere are two challenges female golfers frequently face, says Jesse Ortiz, club designer for Bobby Jones: getting the ball to launch higher and squaring the clubface at impact. Ortiz tried to address these...
Thursday, 2/20/2014 at 1:20PM
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The Hot List - Drivers: Ping i25

Its the most playable driver in Pings i-Series, mixing a variable thickness face design with a heavy Tungsten weight in the heel and toe of the sole. Find out how the i25 performed in our 2014 Hot List.
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Morning Drive: Hot List Drivers (Part 1)

From adjusting loft and bounce to customizing the shaft, Mike Johnson discusses how you can customize your wedges.
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