Makers of the "Tight Lies" line of drivers and irons. Check the product showcase or look for a retail outlet near you.
Makers of a lineup of putters, Aserta also recently purchased Photon Golf.
The company founded by the great Ben Hogan continues turning out top-notch equipment, such as the Hogan Apex irons and Apex Tour balls.
Bob Bettinardi is one of the master craftsmen of putter design.
Premium equipment including drivers, fairway woods and hybrids.
The parent company of Precept also markets clubs and balls under its own name.
From the introduction of the Big Bertha line, Callaway has been a leader in golf club production and sales. They also own the Odyssey line of putters and a hot new brand of ball.
They call themselves the "short game solution," and putters are their specialty. You can also find top of the line wedges.
Long known for the wedges, Cleveland has recently made inroads into the ultra-competitive driver market with the Launcher line.
Cobra is best known for its King Cobra line of oversized titanium drivers, but the company also offers irons, wedges and accessories.
Curv Golf makes a convex-faced putter.
Daito Golf is a Canada-based manufacturer of milled putters, plus putting trainers.
It's called Diamond Touch Golf because they really do use diamonds in their clubfaces. The result is an ultrahard surface and less spin.
Best known for its Hog line of putters, drivers and irons, Dogleg Right now makes putters under various brand names.
Dunlop offers a full line of products, from drivers, irons and wedges to shoes and balls. The Tad Moore line of clubs is a popular choice.
Feel is best known for its wedges, and offers two series of clubs: "Competitor" for highly skilled players and "Sensation" for those seeking game-improvement clubs.
Gauge Design makes putters that is says are the most-precise milled putters around. It combines modern technology with throwback designs.
Golf Research In Play, a k a GRIP, debuted in 2006 with lower-priced clubs aimed at the middle market.
Hammy Putters are built for a different kind of putting stance, once that relies on a split grip and open stance. Hammys have been used successfully on numerous tours, perhaps most notably by Natalie Gulbis on the LPGA. And a side note: The company spells its name "hammY."
Henry-Griffitts clubs are available only through custom-fitting with a company-certified teaching pro. The website runs down the company's products and locations of certified clubfitters.
The largest golf equipment manufacturer in Europe, best known for its woods.
Japanese company noted for its high-end irons and played by many players in Asia.
Infiniti is a maker of clubs and components known for its commitment to clubfitting.
This wholesale-direct manufacturer offers wedges, irons, hybrids and woods and is best-known for its irons.
Jazz is the largest Canadian wholly owned golf manufacturing company. It offers a full range of clubs as well as accessories such as bags.
Kasco offers a product line that features distance balls and drivers, as well as gloves. Find a demo day or check out the company's pro players.
Knight Golf is a low-priced alternative to high-end clubs, offering drivers, irons, putters and more at big-box retail outlets.
KZG makes a full line of golf clubs and accessories, including drivers that utilize maraging technology and forged irons.
Louisville Golf is one of the rare companies remaining that still produces persimmon drivers and fairway woods. Also offers forged irons and putters.
Browse MacGregor's clubs, bags and outerwear. The newest featured product: V-Foil forged clubs.
Now a division of TaylorMade, Maxfli offers a series of golf balls.
Miura offers custom built forged irons.
Makers of full sets, drivers, hybrids and putters.
Mizuno is one of the most popular irons among pros. You'll also find putters, drivers, wedges, shoes, bags and accessories.
High-end studio foundry best-known for its metal woods.
Now a division of Cleveland Golf, Never Compromise is known for its putters.
Nickent makes a full line of products but is perhaps best known for its fairway metals.
Golf equipment from Jack Nicklaus along three different product brands, from high-end to value: Nicklaus Golf Equipment; Jack Nicklaus Golf; and Golden Bear.
Nike Golf, whose equipment is played by Tiger Woods, offers a full line of men's and women's clubs, balls and accessories.
Best known for its hipTi metal woods and drivers.
Makers of drivers and fairway metals that feature shorter shafts for greater control.
A company known for its irons and putters in particular, and offering a full line of products and services.
Pinnacle is almost synonymous with "distance ball."
Still best-known for its golf balls, but Precept also makes drivers, irons and other equipment.
Prince is best known for introducing oversized rackets to tennis, but it also has introduced sweet spot methods to golf that it says greatly increase the odds for recreational players.
The Ram company and then the Ram brand have undergone many changes of ownership over the years. Today, the Ram brand (owned by the same company that owns Tommy Armour) produces clubs aimed at recreational golfers.
This company is best known for its fairway woods, drivers and its patented "Driving Cavity" technology.
Square Two is best known for its women's clubs, but it also offers a full line of men's club.
Srixon was best known for balls when it first appeared on the scene, but now offers a full line of clubs and accessories.
STX Golf makes putters - and nothing but putters. STX was a pioneer in the insert-face technology developed in the 1980s.
TaylorMade came on the scene with an innovative line of drivers, and continues strong in that category. Offers a full line of products.
This direct-to-customer manufacturer offers a full line of clubs.
Perhaps the most famous name in golf equipment, and long the leading ball company. New drivers and irons are major successes.
Tommy Armour has introduced some of the most popular iron sets for mid-handicappers over the past 20 years.
Now a division of Callaway, Top-Flite makes popular value golf balls and the more upper-end Strata brand.
Tour Edge produces a full range of clubs, for men, women and juniors, from full sets to individual woods, irons, wedges and putters.
Vulcan makes a full line of equipment but is best known for its hybrids.
Offers a full line of products, in both value and high-end categories.
One of the most popular brands around the world, especially its V-mass woods and irons.