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Are you sick of paying the equivalent of a green fee for premium golf balls? Do think to yourself, there goes another $5 every time you lose a ball? We know that feeling at Golfer’s Authority, and it’s a painful one. You’re probably familiar with it as well. It’s like paying extra for the glass your beer comes in at the end of the round. Ludicrous. Thankfully, a company in Germany saw the exorbitant price of premium golf balls and decided to do something about it. Vice has cut out the middleman and ships directly to consumers. That allows them to undercut much of the competition and deliver the savings to golf geeks like you and I.
The company’s flagship ball is the Vice Pro Plus. Made for low to mid-handicappers, this ball delivers the best of both worlds – distance and exceptional feel and control.
- Price point is much lower than tour-level balls made by the major manufacturers.
- Plenty of colors appeal to a wide range of golfers.
- Advanced technology and design deliver the very best in both distance and control.
- The Pro Plus might not be as durable as other premium balls.
- Shipping times can vary based on demand and inventory levels.
- The ball is not endorsed by many of the best players in the world which might be a drawback for some golfers.
Even the best players in the world have trouble finding the center of the clubface and getting their putts online every time. And let’s face it, if the Pros have a hard time with this, chances are you do too. That’s why the Pyramid Putter can be beneficial for players of all different abilities. Even if putting is the strongest part of your game, there’s always room for improvement. And let’s face it, making more putts is the fastest way to start shooting lower scores. So, if you aren’t afraid to try something a little unconventional, and would like to see more putts go in, there’s no reason not to give the Pyramid Putter a try.
- Revolutionary design provides maximum forgiveness.
- Strategically milled face allows golfers to be more consistent.
- Price point is cheaper than high-end putters from the major OEMs.
- Lack of customization and fitting options could be a limiting factor.
- Oversize grip takes some getting used to.
- Only two head designs might not be suitable for some golfers.
Golfers that play Mizuno clubs are loyal to the brand by and large. We only see that phenomenon continuing with the JPX921 forged irons. Situated between the brand’s tour and game improvement models, most any golfer can find benefits with these irons. They’re especially geared toward players that like a clean, traditional look, and appreciate quality.
The JPX 921s are some of the best feeling, forgiving, and precisely tuned irons on the market. If you appreciate quality, and expect the most from your irons, the JPX921s are for you.
- Outstanding feel and sound, even on mishits.
- Sleek profile inspires confidence.
- Plenty of stock shaft options to choose from.
- Low lofts might not be preferable to some golfers.
- Price point remains higher than other, similar irons.
- Can be hard to find because they’re so popular.
Unlike a lot of irons that are geared toward a specific type of player, the ZX5s can benefit golfers of all different playing abilities. The company touts these clubs as players’ distance irons. If you’re someone that wants more consistency and overall improved performance out of your irons, the ZX5s are filled with plenty of technology to help you out. At the same time, if you prefer a sleek, traditional looking iron, and prioritize playability and feel, these irons have plenty to offer you too.
- Compact head and minimal offset look clean and traditional.
- Exceptional forgiveness thanks to added weight in the toe of the longer irons.
- MainFrame face design delivers explosive ball speed for increased distance.
- Some golfers say the clubs sound loud at impact.
- For golfers looking for ultimate iron distance, these clubs might not deliver as much as other irons.
- Limited stock shafts might be a limiting factor for some players.
While there are a wide range of players that have the G425 irons in their bag, they were originally designed for mid to high handicappers that had trouble getting the ball in the air and needed more forgiveness. It didn’t take long for word to get out about these clubs. As a result, you can now find them in the hands of everyone from rank beginners to scratch players. In the year since these clubs were released, it’s become more than apparent that just about anyone can reap the benefits the Ping G425s have to offer.
- Much more forgiving than other clubs in the G-Series.
- Sleek, compact look inspires confidence.
- Perimeter weighting adds stability through impact.
- Lack of stock shaft options could be a limiting factor.
- Price point is higher than some other irons.
- May not be preferrable for players that like forged clubs and a smaller traditional head.
If you’re just learning the game, you should be playing clubs that offer plenty of forgiveness and help you get the ball in the air. If this sounds like you, the Srixon ZX7 irons aren’t the best choice.
However, if you’ve been playing for a while and put more of an emphasis on control and shot making, then you probably want an iron that’s a little more compact and easier to manipulate. That’s precisely what this iron offers. While there are some elements of forgiveness in its design, the emphasis is on traditional looks, clean looks, soft feel, and responsiveness.
- Excellent turf interaction thanks to the Tour VT Sole.
- Remarkable forgiveness for a compact forged club.
- Value is better than most other forged clubs on the market.
- Lack of new, breakthrough technology may not be attractive to some players.
- Not forgiving enough for high handicappers or beginners.
- Lack of stock shaft options could be a limiting factor.
If you’re just getting into golf, you’ve probably learned how expensive and difficult the game is. It’s for those two reasons that a lot of folks try it once and decide it’s not for them. That’s exactly why Callaway introduced the Edge Complete Set. These irons are meant to give beginning golfers and high handicappers every advantage to achieve maximum enjoyment and performance. The best part is they won’t break the bank either. Better players probably won’t reap the benefits of these irons. However, if you’re just starting out, or struggle hitting the ball consistently, there’s no better choice than the Callaway Edge Complete.
- Complete set allows you to make a one-time purchase instead of having to buy clubs individually.
- Low COG and perimeter weighting promote both forgiveness and stability.
- Quality design and materials mean these clubs are built to last.
- Lack of customization options may be a deterrent for some golfers.
- No adjustability in the driver may be a hindrance.
- Price point is higher than other complete sets on the market.
Not only are the Callaway X Hot irons some of the most popular game improvement irons ever made, they don’t cost an arm and a leg either. That’s especially true today as golf clubs depreciate faster than just about anything else a consumer can buy. While the modest price of the X Hot irons is certainly attractive, the design and technological features these clubs boast remains cutting-edge, even to this day. For any golfer looking for more distance, forgiveness, and exceptional responsiveness from their irons, Callaway X Hot irons should be a top consideration.
- Clubhead design features promote maximum forgiveness and explosive ball speed for increased distance.
- Undercut cavity fosters high launch conditions so iron shots land soft and hold the green.
- Price point is the best value on the market.
- Lack of adjustability for loft and lie maybe be troublesome for some golfers.
- Complete sets can be hard to find.
- Forgeries are known to exist so be sure to check serial numbers.
When these irons first hit the shelves, they were all the rage. Even the best players in the world had them in their bag. Everyone was a fan of hot and forgiving these clubs were. It quickly became apparent that these clubs were most beneficial for higher handicaps that struggle with consistent ball striking. While TaylorMade has certainly released plenty of top-notch irons since the days of the R7’s, these clubs remain one of their most popular models.
- High launch design characteristics increase playability and control.
- High MOI makes the R7’s more forgiving than other irons of the time.
- Price point can’t be beat.
- May be hard to find a used set custom-fit to your swing.
- Thicker than average top line may be off-putting to some golfers.
- Lower handicaps report some struggle with shaping shots compared to forged blade irons
Let’s be honest, you probably won’t see Rory McIlroy putting this club in play any time soon. But, if you’re like the rest of us that struggle to consistently hit long drives that find the fairway, the XhD Oversized Hybrid Driver might be just what the doctor ordered.
- Oversized clubhead provides plenty of forgiveness.
- Multiple shaft options allow for easy customization to your swing.
- Price point is cheaper than other, similar clubs on the market.
- May not be the best option for advanced players or those with fast swing speeds.
- Some players don’t like the look of the oversized head.
- Shipping times can be unpredictable based on inventory levels and demand.
I’m beginning to doubt whether the club designers at TaylorMade ever sleep. It seems like every time I turn around, they’re coming out with a new club or product. And despite such frequent release dates, this company never churns out a bad club. They’re back at it again in 2022 and the latest release is the new Stealth driver. Even though it’s still early in the year, this club appears to be a hot one. We’re talking about explosive distance and all sorts of new technological and design features, aimed at helping you find more fairways and gain more distance.
- Carbon fiber head is 40% lighter than titanium which means faster swing and ball speeds, and therefore more distance.
- Three heads, numerous stock shafts, and adjustability make customization easy.
- All three heads are durable and built to last.
- Current price point is higher than anything else on the market.
- Availability has been an issue but should improve as more retailers receive driver shipments.
- Black finish makes the head seem small at address which might not inspire confidence for some players.
Since the onset of COVID-19, golf has witnessed an explosion of new people taking an interest in the game. The truth is most folks are brand new to it. Maybe they’ve been to the driving range a time or two, or played a little when they were younger, but for all intents and purposes, they’re just starting out. As such, equipment manufacturers have recognized the need for equipment geared toward these types of golfers. Especially when it comes to irons. TaylorMade is one of the industry leaders in this regard, and Stealth irons are their latest introduction in the game improvement category. These irons are packed with technology and early reports are that they’re some of the most forgiving TaylorMade has ever produced. Let’s dig deeper.
- Lack of weight in the toe extends the sweet spot and offers more forgiveness than other game improvement irons.
- Inverted Cone Technology increases MOI across the face for forgiveness and consistent ball speeds, even on mishits.
- Wider sole provides more forgiveness on thin shots and improves turf interaction in all playing conditions.
- Price point is quite high.
- May not be suitable for better players looking for playability and ability to hit different shots.
- Availability may be limited because irons are in such high demand.
Tis the season for golfers. For us, it’s almost better than Christmas. January is when all the major club manufacturers introduce their new lines of clubs for the season. And Callaway never misses the date. This year, it’s all about the new line of Rogue ST drivers. There are no less than four customizable driver heads in this latest line. The thinking is that one driver head, no matter how adjustable it is, just isn’t enough to fit the needs of all golfers. According to the manufacturer, the new Rogue ST line of drivers is an evolution from the 2018 Rogue line, a not a replacement for the newer Mavrik or Epic Speed lines. Let’s take a closer look.
- Multiple head, loft, and shaft options make the fitting process easy.
- New tungsten weight in the back of the head increases MOI compared to previous models.
- Improved Jailbreak Technology makes this face one of the most stable of any club on the market.
- Price point is quite high.
- Ship times have been slower than expected so far.
- Scheduling a fitting may be difficult depending on where you live and fitter availability.
Titleist has a reputation for being a “players’” brand. Sure, they certainly make some of the best equipment in the game for better golfers. However, they also know that it’s just as important to cater to players of all abilities. They take pride in helping those less skilled enjoy the game as much as possible. The latter are the players the T300 irons are meant for. If you have trouble getting the ball in the air or making solid contact with your traditional irons, the T300 irons could very well make all the difference in the world.
- This model is more forgiving than the previous model.
- These irons are much cleaner sounding and feeling than other game improvement irons.
- Impact Technology delivers excellent forgiveness without sacrificing ball speed and distance.
- Absence of a stock steel shaft might be a deterrent for some golfers.
- Price point is higher than other game improvement irons.
- Shipping times may take longer than expected due to high demand.
The TaylorMade Sim 2 Max irons are the perfect club for any golfer looking for more distance and forgiveness.These clubs are packed with cutting-edge technology that’s designed to help average golfers strike their irons more consistently. If you’re an advanced golfer and put an emphasis on playability, feel, and responsiveness, the Sim 2 Max irons might not be what you’re after. For everyone else though, these clubs have something to offer.
- Increased forgiveness compared to previous models.
- Low CG allows golfers to launch shots high so they stop on the green.
- Intelligent Sweet Spot gives golfers more room for error and makes mishits less penal.
- Price point is higher than other distance irons.
- Short irons are difficult to work.
- May not be preferable for advanced players who prioritize shot making, feel, and responsiveness.
While the top manufacturers emphasize all the technology that makes their clubheads the coolest thing since sliced toast, any seasoned club fitter will tell you that players benefit most from shafts that are properly fit for their swing.
That’s precisely the reason the Mamiya Recoil DART shaft has been so popular in 2021.
To achieve maximum distance, UST has optimized hoop stiffness throughout every critical energy transfer point throughout the shaft.
Both robot and human testing have shown these design features to be superior to other iron shafts on the market in terms of distance and consistent ball flight.
- DART Technology maximizes performance in terms of distance, accuracy, and feel.
- Ion plating finish looks sharp and is built to last.
- Six different stock shaft options and the option of customization make fitting easy.
- Shafts are more expensive than other iron shafts on the market.
- Increased distance with irons may take some getting used to.
- Shaft availability may be inconsistent due to unpredictable shipping logistics.
It’s tough to argue with the fact the UST ProForce line of shafts continues to get better and better every year. This year’s Prime M40X shaft isn’t just lighter than previous generations. It’s stronger too.
M40X material has proven to be a major breakthrough when it comes to carbon fiber technology. Developed by TORAY industries, M40X pushes the limits in terms of tensile strength.
What does this mean for golfers? More swing speed, increased stability, and longer shots with fairway woods and drivers.
- M40X high tensile material is stronger and lighter than the carbon fiber used in previous models.
- Plenty of options and customization options make fitting simple and easy.
- Mid launch design is ideal for most players.
- Price point is higher than most stock shaft options from major club manufacturers.
- Mid launch design might not be ideal for players that hit the ball exceptionally high.
- Availability is variable due to inventory levels and shipping logistics.
The Top Flite XL complete set of golf clubs has proven to be one of the best performing and most economical options on the market this year.
The set comes complete with a driver, three wood, four and five hybrids, six through nine iron, wedge and putter. Also included are a bag and headcovers.
The clubs are oversized, offset, and have a low COG. All this adds up to the perfect game improvement club for the beginner or high handicapper.
The main advantage of buying a complete set of clubs is that you’re assured consistent performance throughout the bag. Not to mention this is a much cheaper option than buying a bunch of different clubs from name brand manufacturers.
- Offset head design and perimeter weighting provide ample forgiveness.
- Low COG helps with higher launch and increases forgiveness across the face.
- Clubs lack some of the advanced technology of other, more expensive clubs.
- Better players might not find as much control and workability compared to other clubs.
- Lack of adjustability and customization options might be a deterrent for some golfers.
If you are struggling with your short game and you are tired of seeing shots slicing to the right or coming out low and not stopping on greens, the Cutter wedge can absolutely offer new levels of performance to your golf bag. Hey guys, we got you the hook up! Get an additional 10% off the Cutter Wedge exclusively at the Golfers Authority shop by using the code 10OFFCUTTER at checkout.
- Symmetrical shape and optimized center of gravity lead to a club that is easier to launch and easier to align.
- The thinner leading edge will help some players hit their golf ball from the rough more easily.
- The Cutter Golf Wedge excels at reducing golf shots that spin offline with a draw bias and more upright design.
- The Cutter Golf wedge is very bold in its shape and will not suit the eye of golfers that prefer a traditional look.
- Although coming soon, the current lack of loft and darker finish options will limit some buyers.
- An inability to try the wedge for yourself in retail or pro shops would be greatly improved by a trial offer or demo kit.
Since 2013, Wilson has been all about reducing weight to allow golfers more clubhead speed. While that story continues to play out with some of Wilson’s clubs, a new approach was taken with the development of the D9.
In concert with Tour staffer, Gary Woodland, the company used computer modeling to come up with a head design that’s the most efficient after comparing hundreds of different iterations. It’s safe to say that Wilson is current with the times when it comes to this part of the process.
- Computer-generated head design is scientifically proven to provide maximum performance in terms of distance and forgiveness.
- Lightweight three-layer composite crown is lighter than previous models and allows players to increase clubhead speed.
- Price point is lower than other drivers on the market.
- Lack of adjustability might make fitting and customization a challenge.
- Only one stock shaft option could be a limiting factor.
- Only one loft option for left-handed players isn’t ideal.
The word on the street is that the C721 driver is one of the lowest spinning drivers to hit the shelves in 2021. However, it’s also one of the most playable.
I’ll be the first to admit that the driver is a little out there when it comes to looks. The crown looks lime something out of Star Trek. But the club flat out performs, feels good, and sounds great.
Most of all, it’s undeniably one of the hottest drivers available for this year.
- Modern technology and design provide the very best in both distance and forgiveness.
- Diamond Face Technology is not only hot, it maximizes performance on strikes all across the face.
- Plenty of stock shaft options make fitting a breeze.
- Crown design aesthetics might be tough to look at for some players.
- Limited loft options for left-handed golfers might be a limiting factor.
- Shipping times have been inconsistent due to high demand and logistics circumstances.
When PXG showed up on the market, they rocked the boat with clubs that were exorbitantly expensive. And they weren’t shy about it.
With the release of the 0211, everybody expected more of the same. But Bob Parsons (PXG founder) threw everyone a curveball when he slashed the price of this club to less than $250. Why? I’ve heard lots of rumors, but PXG seems to be feeling bad for everyone after a forgetful 2020, so they’re throwing us all a bone.
Whatever the case is, the reviews far surpass the price of this driver. The word I keep hearing thrown around about this driver is “balanced”. Not just in a structural sense (although it certainly has that), but a literal sense as well. Players across the ability spectrum seem to benefit from all the 0211 has to offer.
- Price point is cheaper than just about anything else on the market.
- Plenty of loft and shaft options, along with adjustable hosel make for easy fitting and customization.
- Titanium alloy face is one of the hottest around.
- All black head isn’t everyone’s favorite.
- Shipping times might take a while due to such high demand.
- Low price special ends at the end of June.
The Honma T//World GS driver is all about helping golfers that struggle with consistency off the tee, turn the big dog into an offensive weapon. It’s more than clear that the thought, craftsmanship, and engineering that went into this club is second to none.
And when it comes to performance, this driver is a cut above the rest. The results have shown in both testing and through feedback from golfers just like you.
- Technologically advanced head construction maximizes both speed and MOI.
- Keel sole design provides plenty of draw bias for players that fight a slice.
- Ultralight crown works with Flip Shot design to increase COR and distance.
- Price point is higher than other drivers on the market.
- Only one stock shaft option could be a limiting factor.
- Shipping times have been inconsistent.
As of late, Cleveland has prioritized Average Joe’s before Tour Pros when it comes to driver manufacturing. That’s not to say that there aren’t a few pros playing this driver. Only that the club’s design features and technology are geared toward higher handicaps that are looking for longer, straighter, more consistent tee shots.
- Low CG promotes high launch and low spin resulting in more distance.
- HiBORE Crown is the lightest and most aerodynamic yet resulting in more clubhead speed during the swing.
- Variable thickness in the face produces consistent strikes, even on mishits.
- Lack of adjustability can make customization difficult.
- Lack of stock shaft options might be a limiting factor.
- Most models are only available in right-handed.
Callaway has always made it a goal to create the very best golf clubs that golfers of all abilities can enjoy and benefit from. For a lot of golfers, that means struggling with a slice off the tee.
The Big Bertha B21 is Callaway’s latest iteration designed to help this type of player. In an effort to help players spend less time in the right trees, Callaway has incorporated some cutting-edge technology to promote a draw and at the very least, reduce the amount of slice spin coming off the face.
- Built-in draw bias helps reduce slice curvature.
- Plenty of adjustability options make driver customization and fitting easy.
- Lightweight clubhead allows golfers to increase swing speed resulting in greater distance.
- Draw bias is not of benefit for players that naturally draw the ball.
- Lack of stock shaft options might be a deterrent for some players.
- Shipping times have been unpredictable.
After what we might call a driver hiatus, Titleist is confident they’ve released their “best drivers ever” in the TSI2 and TSI3. That’s due in large part to these clubs’ sleek, classic looks, sound, feel, and the fact that both drivers are exceptionally long and forgiving.
- ATI 425 Titanium face is one of the hottest on the market and built to last.
- Plenty of adjustability settings allow for easy customization.
- Aerodynamic head allows players of all abilities to increase clubhead speed.
- Classic shaped head is said to be harder to hit for higher handicappers.
- Low spin launch might not be ideal for some players, especially in the TSI3 clubhead.
- Price point is higher than some other drivers on the market.
There are no shortage of reasons golfers have loved TaylorMade drivers over the years. From technology, to design, and just about everything in between, the company continues to get it right when it comes to drivers.
Of late however, the shape of TaylorMade drivers, along with all the other stuff, has been what golfers rave about.
That story continues with the Sim2 family of drivers. While the shape of the Sim2 drivers mirrors those of the previous SIM family, the materials used to create that shape are completely different. We’ll talk more about that in a bit.
- Wide variety of head designs can fit the swing of nearly any player.
- Lighter materials allow players to increase both clubhead and ball speed for more distance.
- Stability through impact is world-class.
- Lack of adjustability may be a drawback for some players.
- Price point is higher than other drivers on the market.
- Lack of new technology and innovation may find some players feeling there’s not much difference from the previous generation of Sim drivers.
In the ZX5 and ZX7, Srixon has introduced the best drivers they’ve ever produced. That’s the consensus the golf world has witnessed from Tour Pros to high handicappers. The technology has been upgraded and the clubs’ aesthetics are eye-catching.
While Srixon might not replace Taylormade or Callaway as industry leaders in the driver space, they’re surely being noticed more and more.
- Rebound Frame Technology affords unsurpassed stability at impact.
- Plenty of adjustability options make both clubs easy to customize.
- Price point is slightly lower than other drivers on the market.
- Lack of reputation may be a deterrent for some golfers.
- Limited stock shaft options could be a limiting factor.
- Shipping times have been inconsistent due to global shipping logistics.
The Ping G425 family of drivers feature cutting-edge technology that’s meant to improve the games of everyone, from the world’s best players to weekend warriors that are just starting out.
The G425 Max, LST, and SFT are some of the most forgiving drivers Ping has ever made. Since their introduction, they’ve been touted for their high MOI, low spin, and slice correction.
Whatever level of player you are, there’s little doubt that one of the drivers in the G425 family will benefit your game.
- Highest MOI on the market provides maximum forgiveness.
- Three different head designs and sufficient adjustability make the fitting process easy.
- Price point is lower than some other, comparable drivers on the market.
- Lack of technological and design innovation might be a drawback for some golfers.
- Other drivers on the market might be longer off the tee.
- Shipping times have been varied based on supply and global shipping logistics.
As the name might suggest, both these drivers are currently only available to Tour Pros. By the minute, PXG is garnering feedback from the best players in the world about these clubs and so far, the response has been overwhelmingly positive.
While PXG isn’t going to let the cat out of the bag entirely with regard to these drivers, we’re happy to share with you what we know so far.
- Stability through impact is top-notch.
- Both drivers have plenty of adjustability options.
- For now, price point is more than affordable.
- Lack of color options may be a deterrent for some players.
- Not available to the general public as of yet.
- Still waiting on in-depth feedback from Tour Pros.