Titleist is providing breakthrough technology and proven performance for players at every level of the game. The new AP1 feature powerful distance and ultra-forgiveness of AP1. The AP2 deliver tour-proven consistency. And the new AP3 are going to be absolutely insane. Think of them as a combination of the AP1's distance and forgiveness along with the look and feel of the tour-favorite AP2s.
Thursday, August 31, 2017
I try to always be even-keel when I'm writing an equipment preview or review, but I have to throw that theme out the window this time. Mark it down right now. Titleist's new line of 718 irons irons are destined to be hugely successful and they're going to have a significant impact on the golf equipment landscape.
The importance of putting cannot be overemphasized. It's arguably the most important skill in your game. Unfortunately it's often the most frustrating to master, too often leaving us weeping on the greens.
Cleveland Golf understands putting is what separates the field, and their new TFi 2135 Satin putters promise to take the fright out of the flatstick and put you in a holing putts state of mind.
Nothing beats the scenery of fall golf. The season turns into a blur of reds, yellows, and oranges, and letting that beauty sink in makes playing an entire day out on the course something memorable.
Cleveland Golf thinks that your game should be memorable as well. And so next month they're releasing the new Launcher CBX irons, designed to make your game even more spectacular than the new autumn landscape.
Tuesday, August 1, 2017
Scotty Cameron has added a high-MOI mallet with enhanced toe flow to his new Futura line of putters that combines the forgiveness of a mallet with the feel of a blade. The Futura 5.5M features the alignment and high-MOI characteristics of the Futura line coupled with a neck configuration that promotes a flowing, arced putting stroke more commonly associated with blade style putters.
The idea for the Futura 5.5M began as a prototype when Justin Thomas came to the Putter Studio looking for a new option. Thomas wanted a smaller mallet that he could align easily, but one that also promoted the arced putting stroke he preferred. Cameron welded a flare neck to a Futura X5 Tour putter and sent him on his way. Thomas went on to win three events, reporting back that some of his buddies wanted a putter like his, and the wheels started turning from there.