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
The 3+ Launcher XL Halo Hy-Wood features 18 degrees of loft, more than ample for settling comfortably into the role of a 5-wood. Its head is noticeably bigger than your typical hybrid, and its size creates a higher moment of inertia for more stability at impact, according to Cleveland.
TaylorMade Golf is promoting the use of carbon fiber in the new multi-material Stealth fairway woods and Rescues to help provide more ball speed, forgiveness, and control.
Since Callaway made a major investment to upgrade their ball making facility, they are better able to control manufacture from start to finish and this shows in the new Chrome Soft ball series each of which also has a new core formulation and cover pattern.
The hollow-body Stealth irons from TaylorMade Golf make use of the Cap Back feature from the 2021 model SIM2 Max with an area added that wraps around on to the toe to redistribute weight lower in the head.
TaylorMade Golf has announced the Stealth Carbonwood driver family with a totally new and unique face, one made of carbon fiber rather than titanium as other drivers and offering what the company says are significant performance advantages.
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Planning for the 69th PGA Merchandise Show is well underway, but a list of those renting exhibit space reveals several top companies are missing. The list dated Nov. 18, 2021 does not include the two largest golf equipment companies, Callaway Golf (NYSE: ELY) and Acushnet Holdings Corp. (NYSE: GOLF) nor well-known smaller makers Tour Edge Golf [...]
Adams Golf Tight Lies fairway woods and hybrids have been reintroduced with improvements to make them even easier to hit and more forgiving from most any lie for recreational players.
OnCore Golf, based Buffalo, N.Y., has been taking on the golf ball category for more than 10 years, and is gearing up for its best decade yet.