Titleist has introduced new versions of the 3-piece Tour Speed and 2-piece Tour Soft golf balls citing enhanced distance and overall performance.
Tour Edge’s reputation as a first-class club manufacturer has been built on the performance of their fairway woods and hybrids; the introduction of the Exotics 722s strengthens that tradition.
The 0311 Gen5 family from PXG includes three iron models for a range of player skills, each with redesigned clubheads and weighting plus a newly formulated polymer core material.
Honma Golf has announced two new TW757 drivers, the D, and the S, making use of a unique sole slot made with titanium reinforced using carbon fiber plus a non-rotational hosel sleeve to maintain shaft spine position.
Featuring more accuracy than previous versions, the Arccos Gen3+ Smart Sensors use integrated artificial intelligence machine learning developed over the past three years and linked with Arccos Caddie app.
The new 0311 Gen5 club family, woods, hybrids, irons, from PXG according to the company shows improvement over previous models with faster ball speeds, less dispersion, a higher MOI and better feel.
Cobra Golf has introduced the fourth generation of the King Forged Tec line including a model for mid to high handicap players, the King Forged Tec X. A One Length version is also available.
XXIO, a sister brand to Srixon, has introduced for the new season the X family of light weight clubs targeted for better players and featuring the X driver.
TaylorMade Tour Response is a 3-piece urethane cover with a 70 compression and constructed to be played by those looking for a Tour level ball for non-Tour players
Ping Glide 4.0 wedges, the 4th generation of this popular line, developed with focus on loft and grind options making them easily customizable for any player.