A new year brings a fresh lineup of golf clubs from the industry’s biggest brands. TaylorMade, Ping, and Callaway have all announced their latest models of drivers, woods, hybrids, and irons. There will be plenty of new options to choose from as you look to upgrade your bag this year. Take a look at what are sure to be the most popular new 2021 golf clubs. Continue reading New 2021 Golf Clubs
Upcoming Golf Club Releases
Club manufacturers are announcing new club models, variations, and other equipment updates at an endless rate, and it can be hard to keep up with all of the latest news. We’ve got you covered. Check out some of the upcoming golf club releases for August and September 2019.
Two years after the first P790 irons were released, TaylorMade is back with an updated 2019 model. This year’s release features a thinner face, smaller blade length, and also 15% extra tungsten in the head to provide players with a higher launch angle. The 4140 carbon-steel faced club will include TaylorMade’s SpeedFoam technology injected into the clubhead, just like the original model.
TaylorMade will also release a new P790 UDI driving iron, featuring the same SpeedFoam technology. The club has been designed with added forgiveness and better ball speeds in mind.
Release date: September 6, 2019.
Price: P790 Irons: $1,399.99 Steel, $1,599.99 Graphite. P790 UDI 2-iron: $229.99.
TaylorMade is wading into the waters of the ultra-premium market with the P790 Ti. The club is being branded as the “most premium, technically advanced iron” that TaylorMade has ever created. They resemble player’s clubs in appearance, but are actually closer to game improvement irons. Featuring a titanium face, the club has a wider sole, longer blade, and taller face than the new standard P790. A Thru-Slot Speed Pocket design is a major feature of the iron, which gives players a larger sweet spot as a result.
Release date: November 8th, 2019.
Price: $2,800 Steel, $3,000 Graphite.
If you’re looking for a new wedge to pair with your game improvement irons, Cleveland has you covered. The new CBX 2 wedge has a cavity back and is designed with maximum forgiveness in mind. With the same groove technology as the Cleveland RTX-4 wedges, the CBX 2 also includes an improved version of the Feel Balancing Technology found in the original CBX. Cleveland is pushing the easy factor with this wedge, above all emphasizing the idea that it should be nearly automatic for most golfers.
Release date: August 30th, 2019.
Price: $139.99 Steel, $149.99 Graphite.
Mizuno is bringing back the T-Series in 2019. After going to the S18 model last year, the Japanese club manufacturer has decided to return to the popular T-series that was so popular with the public and on tour. The most notable difference between the T20 and the previous T7 model is the new Hydroflow Micro Grooves. This feature is designed to battle wet conditions on the course, with grooves that maintain spin rates while releasing moisture. Mizuno is also adding Boron into the Grain Flow Forging, which they claim will increase the life-span of the grooves. Three finish options of Satin Chrome, Blue Ion, and Raw will be available.
Release date: September 20th, 2019.
Mizuno will follow the popular MP-18 series with the new MP-20 range of irons. The lineup of irons is made up of the MP-20 MB, MP-20 MMC, and MP-20 HMB. The MB blade model is a pure, single piece of carbon steel, while the MMC features a more playable design with a cavity back, a titanium muscle plate, and a tungsten sole weight. The HMB line is a hollow-headed iron, with the cosmetic appeal of a blade and the playability of a cavity back. This Hybrid Muscle Back is the first of its kind in a Mizuno iron line.
Release date: September 20th, 2019.
Price: MP-20 MB: $162.50 per iron. MP-20 MMC & MP-20 HMB: $175.00 per iron.
A new year brings a fresh lineup of golf clubs from the industry’s biggest brands. TaylorMade, Ping, Callaway, and Cobra have all announced their latest models of drivers, woods, hybrids, and irons. There will be plenty of new options to choose from as you look to upgrade your bag this year. Take a look at what are sure to be the most popular new 2019 golf clubs. Continue reading Guide to New 2019 Golf Clubs
There hasn’t been a new club released under the Ben Hogan name in almost two years. That will change in April, when Ben Hogan launches a new version of the Edge irons, as well as new Equalizer wedges.
The Edge revisits the most popular club line in Ben Hogan’s history, repeating a name that was found on the first Edge irons thirty years ago. As with previous versions of the Edge, the clubs are meant as game-improvement irons that sport a design to appeal better players. The new design makes sure to echo the appearance of previous Hogan irons, while updating the technology to compete with modern clubs. This includes constructing the head with two separate forged parts, in order to incorporate perimeter weighting technology. Take a look at some of the other updates below: Continue reading Ben Hogan Launches New Irons, Wedges
2017 proved to be an epic year for Callaway. The company saw its 2017 GBB Epic driver lead the field as one of the best reviewed and highest selling models of the year. For 2018, Callaway is going rogue, and taking some of the technology that worked so well in their last driver to their new fairway woods and hybrids.
The Callaway Rogue line will features three new drivers, two fairway woods, two hybrids, and four iron set models. All of the clubs fall under the Rogue name, but are built with unique designs for different players.
Ping’s latest game-improvement iron finds similarities with recent Ping hybrid models. Unlike any of its predecessors, the Ping G700 features the first hollow-body for a set of irons in the history of the company. The successful design of the Ping Crossover hybrid acts as a direct influence for the G700 irons. The hollow-body is meant to push distance and forgiveness to the max. The thin face combines with body design to make the club perform more like a metalwood. Ping has always been known for their game-improvement irons. Now, the G700 model aims to take the next step in creating a forgiving design.