Hot List 2007\nThe days of the 1- and 2- irons are coming to an end, even for the best ball-strikers in the world. On the PGA Tour, there are upward of 100 hybrids in play every week. Eventually (and thankfully), hybrids will be as ubiquitous as drivers and putters. Some choice examples for you to mull.\nLike a solid middle-relief pitcher, the fairway wood is the club tour pros call to the mound when their starter isn't throwing his best stuff. Today's fairway woods offer improved stability, new heat off the face and even the occasional creative space-age material. That means they're easier to hit than ever.\nNothing in golf changes lives more than an obliterated tee shot. Golfers walk taller when they've outdriven other members of their foursome. Looking for a little boost to your self-esteem? Try one of these monsters.\nBefore saying "I do" to a new set of irons, we recommend you go on a few dates with Game-Improvement, Super Game-Improvement and Player's irons.\n\nGame-Improvement Irons Super Game-Improvement Irons Player's Irons\nWe've divided balls into two categories: Tour Performance are high-end multilayer balls played by the world's best. Value Performance balls offer the latest technology without injuring the wallet.\n\nTour Performance Balls Value Performance Balls\nPutters are the money club for tour players—and for those of us who pack our lunch everyday. Your search for your next instrument of calm, peace and tranquility begins here.\n\nMallet Putters Blade Putters\nAll day you have to get up and down: from the bunker, from the weeds, from the mud by tree roots. Here, we've put the approval stamp on 12 applicants for Best New Co-worker, the one who helps you get the dirty job done.