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Lots of speculation out there on the new Cobra F6 and F6+ range. One photo is going round social media that is making everyone talk. It was spotted out on the range on Tour. We 'understand' that it is blue and does feature a sliding weight that is very similar to the back trajectory weight on the Taylormade M1 Driver. It is called the CARBONTRAC and it looks very large for a sliding weight, so it should have some reasonable effects when sliding the weights front to back. It also 'appears' that there are 5 stages of trajectories, allowing you to dial in on the most effective flight to suit your personal needs. Sliding the weight to the back with give you a 'towering' flight and sliding it to the front will give you a 'penetrating' ball flight.
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If you had to create your own golf driver, what would be your main focus?
Personally, i would create a driver head that looks appealing at address and allows me to produce a more confident golf swing. Well, either Mizuno have read my mind, or this is a more common request than what i first anticipated. As the new Mizuno JPX EX Driver features one of the friendliest heads at address that i have ever seen. Designed with a larger footprint than previous models the new EZ is a high launching, low spinning driver with multiple adjustment options.
Every year golf companies produce tempting new products with more adjustability, different CG locations and even lighter materials. But I don't think we have ever seen anything quite like this! With the legacy of the 'King Cobra' returning with ground breaking innovations, that have never been seen before within our golf industry. Introducing the new Cobra King LDT Driver.
The news is out that the Cobra 'King' is back and has been completely redesigned with help from space experts to provide the best in golf innovation. This includes the new Spaceport. The spaceport is a 16g weight that locks with a Spiralock to securely fast and withstand heavy loads and vibrations imparted throughout our golf swing. All this was inspired by the space station observation platform when working along side The Center For The Advancement Of Science In Space (CASIS).
Earlier this week Callaway Golf unveiled the Callaway Apex CF16 irons. These irons are designed to offer the consumer a high performance iron that is targeted at better players. The face cup technology was created for the Big Bertha range and have been carried over to a better players forged iron for the first time. This gives the Apex CF16 a serious amount of fire power and forgivess for lower handicapper iron, without jeopardising forgiveness.
The new Callaway Apex 16 Hybrid was also unveiled at the same time to compliment the set. It has been no secret that hybrids have also replaced the longer irons in sets, as they are more forgiving and easier to launch. The only negatives about hybrid clubs are their ball flight characteristics, as they have yet to replicate a irons trajectory and spin rate.
With the New Callaway Apex Hybrid this could be a thing of the past.
Taylormade's main goal for the PSi range was to create a better players, performance golf club. This is not something that you tend to hear together. As you either have a small headed better players golf club, that is ideal for workability. Or you have a bigger cavity with more performance improving technology.
Have Taylormade achieved the almost impossible task of using a better players head design and equipping it with performance enhancing properties?
Callaway Golf unveiled their latest range of golf irons this morning, with huge changes to cosmetics and technology. This new range will hopefully cement their position as one of the leading iron manufacturers for 2016.
The predecessor to the 2016 Apex Iron was targeted at the better player and proved to be a very successful iron for the lower handicapper. The new Apex irons hit the same target market, with inspiration from the Callaway PGA Tour staff players to provide a workable iron with a classic look. The main goal for Callaway was to provide an iron that combines distance and workability, which has been achieved by installing the popular 360 cup technology in a forged head for the first time. This gives the 2016 Apex a hot and consistent face, that is especially effective on mishits.
Following on from the rerelease of the legend that is the Callaway Great Big Bertha, comes the Callaway Big Bertha Alpha 816 Double Diamond Driver. Designed for the better player with even more adjustability and a heavier upgraded shaft.
The next generation of the popular Mack Daddy range is upon us, with the release of the third generation Callaway Mack Daddy 3 wedges. The Roger Cleveland designed milled wedge has been a big hit with the players on tour. The new wedge technology creates a controlled and consistent flight to compliment your short game.
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Little did we know that in 1991 the birth of a golf driver could change the face of golf for decades to come. Named after the powerful and explosive World War 1 Mortar, The Big Bertha Howitzer. The 1991 Big Bertha (for its time) offered a very forgiving 253cc stainless steel head which really set the benchmark for the 'golf driver'.
ow do you make something great, better? Well, Taylormade have taken the best things out of the original Daddy Long Legs Putter and enhanced them, to create their most stable putter to date.
Introducing the new Taylormade Daddy Long Legs + Putter. A completely revamped design to improve MOI, its counterbalance properties and roll. After two years since its debut on Tour, the Taylormade Daddy Long Legs has received a totally new Make-over.
For over two decades, Taylormade Golf have been designing a Driver that bends laws in Golf Driver innovations. Lots of hours spent on creating something that is 'different' and performs better than anything else in the current market. With one goal in mind, to create Taylormades Longest Driver.
Have they achieved their goals with the New Taylormade M1 Driver?
The Japanese forging masters have returned, with the latest instalments of the 2015/2016 Mizuno iron range. With over 30 years of experience in forging irons, these are not to be missed.
For the higher/mid handicap golfers we have the Mizuno JPX EZ Forged Irons. For the lower handicapper the Mizuno MP-25 irons.
The previous Mizuno JPX 850 was the first iron to include the new Boron Element. Due to the popularity, which is largely down to its performance. Mizuno are now featuring it in most of their new range.
Why Boron? Well Boron is a much stronger and versatile element than any other materials used in iron development. Making the iron head stronger than ever before.
I’m going to break the fitting process down for you to make it easier to understand that all these numbers, shafts and heads don’t have to be as confusing as what people make them out to be.