Will seeing better help you score better? These new designs make the case.
Question: What club is the longest and lightest, as well as the most engineered and regulated? Answer: The Driver. Check out the g …
How the new drivers will change your group's order of play.
Counterfeit clubs are out of control, but who's really at fault?
Looking to increase their chances, some pros decreased their use of drivers at TPC Sawgrass
Transitions survey underscores elite pros' happiness with hybrids. The benefits are considerable
A complete guide to trading in your old fairway woods for the latest technology
Lost in the Ping Eye 2 furor is the simple fact that pros using those clubs are playing by the rules.
Changes in players' equipment deals were limited except for a few notable exceptions
Our chief implements geek says it’s often the little things that lead to improvement. Here are his 10
The new groove rule could impact the PGA Tour by altering the way pros play the game. But as players adjust, the change will be mo …
All four majors this year were won with putters using insert technology.
A decade ago, in the aftermath of the Shoal Creek race-relations controversy, we asked the question below. What's the answer today …
If Lucas Glover won the U.S. Open with an old driver, why do I need to buy a new one?
Ball cores are commonly designed to withstand at least 100 strikes at 125 miles per hour before cracking. That's seven rounds of T …
he Dixon Earth is a two-piece ball constructed from 100-percent renewable polymers sold in 100-percent recycled packaging.
Finding the right golf ball for your game
If you think women's golf balls are all about cute packaging, sparkly covers and pink ribbons, think again.
An equipment special for NBC Sports became an interesting, humbling experience
Been a while since you bought a new putter? If that's true, there's good news and bad for your next buy: more technology, higher p …