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FIRST LOOK – 2017 Taylormade M1

FIRST LOOK – 2017 Taylormade M1

Oct 31, 2016 | 139 Comments

A NEW Taylormade M1 Driver?

Take a Look!

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MORE PICS! – BUBBA’s PINK PING G Driver

MORE PICS! – BUBBA’s PINK PING G Driver

Jan 5, 2016 | 75 Comments

VORTEC?

Has PING piqued your curiosity?

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Want To Become A Golf Club Tester?

Want To Become A Golf Club Tester?

Feb 11, 2015 | 532 Comments

Test an actual pre-release prototype? Who wants in?

We are extremely excited to present our readers with an amazing and rare opportunity to legitimately contribute to the design of a next generation fairway wood. [READ MORE]

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RESTRICTED

RESTRICTED

Jan 8, 2015 | 192 Comments

Yeah.

Probably the first time you’ve ever seen that kind of sign on any magazine related to golf.

Read it carefully. It’s not a joke.

We believe in the truth. It’s simple. It’s black and white. I like black and white. Bob, well, he does too.

And, if you’re going to capture the true essence of and tell the true story of Bob, well it’s going to have to come with some warning signs (earmuff time, don’t say I didn’t tell you so). I’m referring to Bob Parsons, founder of GoDaddy and owner of the new Parsons Xtreme Golf company. And if you care about golf, you might want to read on.

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SPY PICS – 2015 Taylormade R15 Driver

SPY PICS – 2015 Taylormade R15 Driver

Nov 12, 2014 | 96 Comments

Although we’re quite literally on the eve of the official U.S. announcement of the R15, TaylorMade’s newest flagship driver, the guys at TaylorMade Japan were kind enough to spill the beans a little early.

The Return of…[READ MORE]

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Ignoring The Consumer? – Callaway Releases Another New Driver

Ignoring The Consumer? – Callaway Releases Another New Driver

Aug 25, 2014 | 304 Comments

if you are in that majority of golfers who have been telling the golf companies to “STOP, the madness!”, “We don’t need a new club released every couple months.” or “Enough is enough!”. Well, you might want to step away from your computer. Yeah, do it now. No, seriously. Step away.

Yes, this is another new driver from the company who just released another new driver just a couple weeks ago. It is also a newly planned version of the Big Bertha Alpha, which if you just purchased the original (the one that was also just another new driver not too long ago) you might not be too happy about. Amongst all the news of late and the absolute consensus that consumers have had enough, Callaway seems to be of the opinion that the flood has receded (by the way, it won’t for about 2-3 more years), and that consumers are demanding more new equipment from Callaway.

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FIRST LOOK – Cobra BiO Cell and BiO Cell +

FIRST LOOK – Cobra BiO Cell and BiO Cell +

Nov 12, 2013 | 65 Comments

“We take on anybody else’s club head to head, and more often not, we think we’re going to win” – Every Golf Company

Seriously, I’ve heard some variation of that statement from just about every golf company I’ve ever spoken with. Woods or irons, it doesn’t matter; everybody is all but certain their creations are the best.

It’s a belief that’s next to impossible to prove or disprove. That being said, Cobra wants in the discussion. Whether theirs is the first club in, or the 3rd club in the bay behind TaylorMade and Callaway, all Cobra really wants is to be in the discussion.

If you’re in the discussion, you get the chance to compete, and yeah, you betcha, Cobra’s no different than anybody else:

If you give Cobra the chance to compete, they think they’re going to win. So with all of that said (and none of it about BiO Cell yet), I want you to ask yourself this question:

Do I like what I hear? Do I like what I see? Does this package of products put Cobra in the discussion?

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Callaway Doubles Down with 2014 X2 Hot Lineup

Callaway Doubles Down with 2014 X2 Hot Lineup

Nov 12, 2013 | 17 Comments

You’ve already heard about Callaway’s Apex and Apex Pro irons. Joining them today (in the more official sense) is the X2 Hot Lineup.

Callaway describes X2 Hot as the heart of their lineup, and it really is just that. Offering a blend of distance and forgiveness across the entire lineup, X2 Hot is where Callaway is going to reach the bulk of consumers.

2013 was a resurgent year for Callaway. With X2 Hot they look to set the table for, and continue the momentum through 2014. From what we’ve seen so far, it’s a well thought out, well-executed lineup, even if we can’t quite figure out why the insisted on using so much orange paint. READ MORE

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FIRST LOOK! – Callaway X2 Hot Driver, Irons & More

FIRST LOOK! – Callaway X2 Hot Driver, Irons & More

Oct 11, 2013 | 66 Comments

Who made the best performing driver in 2013? Callaway. Which model? The Callaway X Hot.

If you want to check the numbers feel free, we got plenty of ’em for ya.

So, what’s one of the drivers you should be most interested in trying out in 2014? Yep, that’s right, it’s called the Callaway X2 Hot. We got some pics and info for you to check out. The newest kid on the block in Callaway’s 2014 driver stable will be ready to launch Mid-Janurary. And for those that like their whole bag to match, we got the pics of the fairway wood, hybrid and irons as well.

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Cleveland Golf – You Got To Be Kidding Me! Right?

Cleveland Golf – You Got To Be Kidding Me! Right?

Oct 7, 2013 | 60 Comments

What everyone sees…but nobody thinks. Hmm…such a profound statement. This has to be BIG! Right?

It all started with this post Cleveland Golf published on their Facebook account on October 3rd. Teasers are nothing new in golf. Well, they are for Cleveland (a little late to the buzz building table).

No big secret, Cleveland Golf is allegedly struggling. So, at first glance you see a teaser like this and maybe think to yourself, “Hey this must be something BIG, haven’t heard much at all from Cleveland in the past, I don’t know, 5 years, and even less in the last 3” or “at least they’re trying” or maybe even something like, “I love their wedges, maybe its some game-changing wedge technology, that would make since.”

NOPE! All 3 statements would be incorrect.

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VOTE! – Black Taylormade R1 {vs} White Taylormade R1

VOTE! – Black Taylormade R1 {vs} White Taylormade R1

May 7, 2013 | 41 Comments

For all you out there that absolutely cringe at the thought of ever playing a white driver (there seem to be lots of you) there might be some good news. I say might because right now it is just a rumor that Taylormade will be releasing a Black Version of the R1 Driver. So, we wanted to have some fun with the rumor and ask you, which would you prefer?

Black Taylormade R1 {vs} White Taylormade R1? {GO VOTE!}

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MYGOLFSPY EXCLUSIVE! – RIFE “Never Seen” Putter Giveaway

MYGOLFSPY EXCLUSIVE! – RIFE “Never Seen” Putter Giveaway

Jan 17, 2013 | 262 Comments

Earlier today on MyGolfSpy the first round of new releases of the 2013 RIFE putter brand was launched. We also hinted that you might want to consider coming back to the site at 2 PM EST because, “Someone would be winning something VERY cool!”

We also told you that while those first designs we gave you a sneak-peek of would pay homage to some of RIFE’s past putter designs it was only starting to scratch the surface of what the new designer has in store for the RIFE Nation of years past, present and future.

So with that being said, today we are doing an exclusive giveaway you will not see anywhere else. Today, someone is going to get the chance to win the very first and never before seen RIFE Hero Z Gold Putter.

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A MUST SEE! – The Art of James Patrick Wedges

A MUST SEE! – The Art of James Patrick Wedges

Jan 9, 2013 | 59 Comments

In a time where golf clubs have become much like commodities…and choosing between brands is more like picking which type of 2% milk you like better…there is one small brand in Minnesota that stands out from the crowd. If we’re talking about milk again, this would be the one that was hand-milked, by hand-picked cows, by hand picked milking craftsmen. And oh yeah…personalized for each individual in your family for the exact nutrition break-down each child and family member needed. And I almost forgot when you ordered that milk you would actually talk to the owner.

I’m talking about James Patrick Wedges. No, I am no longer talking about milk. I am now talking about an experience I feel every golfer should get the opportunity of having once in their golf career. And that is owning a JP Wedge. That’s because when you buy one of his wedges you are not only buying one of the finest looking hunks of metal you will ever see but more importantly you are buying an experience you might never have again. {MUST READ!}

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ENTER TO WIN! – 2013 KRANK Element Driver

ENTER TO WIN! – 2013 KRANK Element Driver

Dec 13, 2012 | 174 Comments

CONTEST! – Win a 2013 KRANK Element Driver. Let’s face it…lots of golf companies make claims that they have the #LongestDriverInGolf. The major brands use terms like #17YardsLonger and golfers line up in droves to be the first guy on their block to own one. But when you think about it the company that has more right to market being the real longest driver in golf is KRANK. Year in and year out their drivers produce the longest drives and are the real winner of this claim. That’s because the Professional Long Drive guys who hit the longest drives every single year almost always win with a KRANK driver. In fact they have won the last 3 years in a row. {ENTER NOW!}

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TaylorMade R1 and RBZ Stage 2 – What’s the Story with Those Crown Graphics?

TaylorMade R1 and RBZ Stage 2 – What’s the Story with Those Crown Graphics?

Dec 12, 2012 | 118 Comments

You can be certain the resigned compass-like ASP plate is going to offer even more control over face angle. Both drivers apparently will feature an all-lofts-in-one-head design similar to Cobra’s MyFly, and Nike’s FlexLoft. TaylorMade may even talk about a refined head shape with weights in the R1 placed closer to the face.

We fully expect that the announcement of the new RBZ Stage 2 Fairway Wood will be accompanied by a yardage claim; maybe even a double-digit one. Readers will immediately want to know how it compares to Callaway’s upcoming XHot. Begun, the fairway wood wars have…again.

Golfers will care about that stuff…all of that stuff, but the untold story that’s sure to generate the most interest…

What the hell is the deal with those crown graphics? {Read More}

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