2015 Most Wanted Driver – (Overall Awards)

2015 Most Wanted Driver – (Overall Awards)

The numbers have been crunched. We’ve found our Most Wanted Driver of 2015. We’ve given you our absolute top pick of 2015. [READ MORE]

You Can’t Get These Anywhere Else

For every color Cobra paints on its metalwoods and puts on store shelves, there are several other that don’t make into the retail mainstream.

Produced in limited quantities (sometimes only 1), these prototype paint schemes occasionally find their way into Cobra’s Venom Vault where, if you’re so inclined, you can pick one up for yourselves. You want unique, this is it.

  • July 5, 2015
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You can count on Mizuno’s late summer/fall releases like clockwork, and so here’s your first look at part of Mizuno’s 2016 lineup, courtesy of Charles Howell III.

Behold the S5 wedge, AKA Blue Magic.

  • July 2, 2015
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SOLD OUT – TaylorMade Stars & Stripes R15

Less than one week after release, TaylorMade’s Limited Edition Stars & Stripes R15 Driver is sold out.

All 50 of them…$800 each. Gone.

  • July 1, 2015
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Win a Year’s Supply of the Snell ‘My Tour Ball’

How would you like a one-year’s supply of Snell Golf’s My Tour Ball?

You’ve read the reviews. We’ve introduced you to the man behind the brand. Now we’re giving you a chance to win the ball at the heart of the direct-to-consumer movement.

Three lucky MyGolfSpy readers will be selected to win a Snell Golf prize package.

  • July 1, 2015
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First Look – PING i and GMax Irons

As we move into summer and creep towards fall, golf’s equipment hot stove is beginning to bubble.

Despite PING’s reputation playing it close to the vest until the very last minute, details about its fall lineup are starting to leak.

Sources outside the company are telling us PING has 3 significant new product offerings assumed to be for late summer/early fall release.

  • June 30, 2015
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GolfGeeks – Draw Bias: Slice Killer or Total BS?

Is draw bias a reality or just a marketing myth?

Can manufacturers actually design clubs that can help you hit a draw, or at the very least, slice the ball less?

The short answer is that draw bias isn’t a myth. It’s a real thing, and golfers probably don’t take advantage of it as much as they should.

  • June 29, 2015
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