Created Golfalot.com in 2000 to bring all the best advice, golf equipment reviews and the latest golf news in one place. First played age 4 and now holds a scratch handicap. Loves to write about golf equipment to entertain and inform (and still dreams of being a professional sportsman).
Milled face and 360 Aero crown increase speed and accuracy.
Shorter length version of the F8 hybrid could be the ONE for all.
Fixed hosel hybrid builds on F7, but shorter length could be the ONE.
F8 loses weight & gains more rails to keep you on straight & narrow.
Single length irons take next step to improve performance.
Carbon badge, faster face will connect you to more distance.
Cobra VP reveals key changes in King F8 range for 2018.
Classic blade brings style and feel for elite shot shapers.
High end materials deliver classy putter with great feel.
We talk Epic drivers, Ryder Cup course set up & the optimum number of rookies.
Forged blade with forgiveness returns with timeless feel.
Stylish blade gives shot-shapers great feel turf interaction.
3 layers become 2 as the JPX gets softer for 2018.
High launch game improvement irons offer full array of TM tech.
Larger TruTouch core is softer and creates more distance.
New satin finish & deeper milled face keeps 2135 putters on line.
Going low Toe Flow to review the 5W, 6M and 7M Futura putters.
Get ready to be educated on how to select your Scotty.
Light, low CG driver is forgiving on the course and your wallet.
Large cavity back irons offer value & forgiveness for game improvers.
Return of HB irons could take your game to new heights.
Large head of Launcher HB fairway a hit for forgiveness.
Large headed hybrid brings forgiveness in revamped style.
Quality street shoe that is at home off the course as on it.
SpeedFoam goes to the head of the P790 hollow irons.
Forged cavity back blade brings tech to better players.
Compact cavity back combines blade style with a little forgiveness.
Tomo explains the tech behind TaylorMade's most forgiving iron.
PowaKaddy FW7s handles GPS distances with ease.
Why Galvin focuses on golf, plus wearable tech & Ryder Cup gear.