2013 “Golf’s Most Wanted” – BEST OVERALL

We’ve arrived at the moment you’ve been waiting for. After teasing you with the Longest Driver of 2013, and the Most Accurate Driver of 2013, it’s time to reveal MyGolfSpy’s Most Wanted Driver of 2013. Simply put, the #1 Club on this list, is the Best Driver of 2013. Period. [READ MORE]

Pricing Wars – Callaway vs. TaylorMade: Who Blinks First?

Over the last several seasons, early discounting has become the norm for industry giants Callaway and TaylorMade. Now that the bulk of the new product has been announced (and most is already on shelves), some of you have, no doubt, begun counting the days until you can get a R15 for $249 or a Big Bertha Alpha Double Black Diamond for $369.

This could be the year it doesn’t happen. Sorry.

Then again…Let’s set the over/under at June 15th. [READ MORE]

  • February 3, 2015
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 #MyEdel Crowdourced Putter: Head and Neck Design

MyGolfSpy has partnered with Edel Golf to offer you, and other golfers, the opportunity to be a part of something special. MGS wants to empower and inspire you to design a product you can proudly say that you were a part of creating.

We call it the #MyEdel putter.

As the first step in the design process we need you to choose the head and hosel combination for the #MyEdel putter.

Here are your choices: [READ MORE]

  • February 2, 2015
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How It Works: Bridgestone Golf Power Milled Face

When Bridgestone announced the J715 (and now J815) drivers, perhaps the most compelling bit of included technology is what Brdigestone is calling a Power Milled Face. Unlike most drivers which may have a few score lines and a relatively smooth face, Bridgestone’s Power Milling adds a series of narrowly spaced grooves to the hitting area.

The guys at Bridgestone provided us this video (all the way from Japan) that shows how the ball better sticks to the milled face. [READ MORE]

  • January 30, 2015
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The PGA Show: Then vs. Now

Last week I made my annual trek to Orlando to attend the PGA Show. Many golfers would consider the event the Mecca of golf retail.

I have attended every PGA Show over the last 20 years, some good and some bad. I have experienced it from both sides, as a buyer and as an exhibitor. As you might guess, the show has changed significantly since the mid 1990s when I began attending.

Things inside the walls of the Orlando Convention Center’s West Concourse aren’t what they used to be. The good old days, right? Regardless, life goes on and so does the PGA Show.

  • January 29, 2015
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What The ____, TaylorMade?

Trying to decipher the particular whys of TaylorMade’s 2015 PGA Show booth design is an exercise in contradiction.

Cunningly calculated, or cost-dictated?
Well conceived educational experience or barren equipment wasteland?
Ben Sharpe’s vision or Ben Sharpe’s distraction?

By any measure, the 2015 booth wasn’t what we’ve come to expect from TaylorMade.[READ MORE]

  • January 28, 2015
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