TaylorMade has added a new twist to golf club technology. Today, the company revealed a first look at their M3 and M4 woods and irons. The biggest talking point? New Twist Face technology, which features driver faces with a twist in the low heel and high toe.
TaylorMade offers the Twist Face concept to combat the tendency for overcorrection and fairway misses when players make high toe or low heel hits. After conducting research on thousands of shots, TaylorMade found that the traditional bulge style face wasn’t meeting expectations. Adjustments to the faces on the M3 and M4 line are meant to correct this. You can read more about the Twist Face technology here.
Another step-forward for the M3 driver is found in the weight and track system. The M3 features a potential 13,000 setups between the adjustable weights and the adjustable hosel, which doubles the number possible in the 2017 M1. Similar improvements are made to the adjustability of the M3 fairway woods and hybrid.
Along with the new woods, TaylorMade announced the M3 and M4 irons. Adjustments to the irons include new technology called RIBCOR, a new support system inside the head that is meant to provide faster ballspeed across the entire face.
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A first look is now available for those curious about Callaway’s next driver installment following the GBB Epic. According to the USGA Conforming List, the next driver will be called the Rogue. It will also come in a Sub Zero version. The listing doesn’t describe all of the changes that there will be compared to the Epic, but it does mention the return of the Jail Break Technology. The heads will also feature weights in the soles and adjustable hosels, like the Epic. There is no word yet on a release date, which will surely come with Callaway’s official announcement.
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As 2017 comes to a close, the promise of new golf clubs in 2018 is just around the corner. While many players will spring to try out the latest and greatest, the equipment released this year remains capable as ever. Maybe you’ve been playing with the same old clubs for a while, and are ready to try out some of the latest technology. Or maybe you finally have the extra cash to upgrade, but don’t want to jump right to the newest 2018 models and their price points. As we pointed out recently, buying used clubs is an excellent way to save money while still receiving great value.
Prices on used 2017 clubs will only continue to drop as the 2018 models are released. That makes the releases from this year the perfect path to a less expensive yet impactful boost to your game. But where to start? Thankfully, months of playing with 2017 models has allowed plenty of time for critical feedback and ratings online. We’ve compiled a list of some of the best clubs from this past year based on reviews from Golf Digest, Golf WRX, and Golf.com. For this list, we’ll look at drivers, fairway woods, hybrids, and irons.
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Wilson has announced a new line of clubs to add to their golf family. All of the new Staff C300 clubs feature Wilson’s “Power Hole Technology”, a design that places urethane-filled through holes around the faces of the clubs with the purpose of increasing distance and ballspeed.
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Callaway has revealed a new version of the model that is only available in limited quantities, following the success of the Epic driver this year. The GBB Customs Tour Limited Epic Red driver is the first club offered through the Callaway Customs-Tour Limited program. The club features the same technology as the original green Epic driver, but offers a major cosmetic difference: color.
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Cobra Golf has unveiled their line of new F8 clubs for 2018. Seeking to offer improvements for all areas of the game, Cobra will be releasing new drivers, fairway woods, and hybrids under the F8 model.
The biggest update from the F7 to the F8 driver is the first 100% CNC milled face found on any driver in the industry. This innovation makes for a level or precision that makes the club face 3% lighter and 11% thinner. The clubs also see the introduction of new areodynamic technology on the crown called Aero Trips, imitating similar features used by Ping and Callaway. Take a look at the new drivers below: Continue reading Cobra Reveals New F8 Clubs for 2018