My Take from 13th Annual Tour Edge Media Day Event

What better way is there to kick off a week with the Golf Industry than to participate in the 13th Annual Tour Edge multi/manufacturer Media Day? With the sun out and the temperatures rising, golf professionals and media personnel from all over the country gathered at Lake Nona Golf and Country Club in Orlando, Florida for a day filled with golf adventures. The Tour Edge Media Day was filled with  vendor presentations, demos and testing opportunities, and meet and greets from all over the Industry. After all the work was finished it was time to play a round of golf.

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Mizuno MP18 Review

Mizuno MP18 Review

Through the years I have had an opportunity to test many of Mizunos irons. Starting with the MP54, 15, 25, H4, H5 and the JPX Forged Irons. All these great and innovative clubs but never their blades. Blades were always clubs I feared. Yes, I can hit them but can I do it consistently? A believer in "game whats easy to swing" or "whatever makes the game easier". Although I still agree to those motto's I have coined in the past, I feel my stance on hitting clubs I "feared" has softened as well. For 2018, my new years resolution was to grow as a golfer. Conquer my fears of hitting blades and just go for it. When the opportunity came to choose my Mizuno testing clubs, the decision to test the MP18's with the KBS Custom Tour White Pearl XStiff shafts was a no brainier! READ MORE

TaylorMade M3 and M4 MetalWood Preview

TaylorMade M3 and M4 MetalWood Preview

World-class design and elite performance is the genesis of every product TaylorMade engineers. In 2015, the company introduced multi-material construction with eye-catching carbon composite crowns that captured the attention of millions of golfers around the world, becoming the most winning driver on the PGA TOUR and once again retaining the title of the best-selling driver in the industry. Two years later, the stakes have been raised, and engineers have responded to the challenge by creating the most advanced driver in company history — M3. READ MORE