It’s new release season and the announcements are coming fast and furious. This article can be your one stop for all current release announcements to summarize and link to the full details.

Drivers

TOUR EDGE E722 AND C722 DRIVERS

The new Tour Edge E722 is designed for players seeking maximum forgiveness. The C722 is a compact, low spin offering. They retail for $399 and $429 respectively.

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COBRA AIR-X

The Air-X line is designed for slower-to-moderate swing speed players looking for slice-correction. The 277 gram total weight club is both lighter than the previous F-Max and has 20% more offset. Retail price is $349.

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COBRA LTDX DRIVERS

The LTDx driver line harkens back to the original LTD. The LTDx features a CNC-milled H.O.T. face. Besides the standard LTDx, there is also an LS and MAX version for golfers seeking lower-spin or maximum forgiveness. Retail price is $499

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MIZUNO ST-X 220 AND ST-Z 220 DRIVERS

The ST-X and ST-Z 220 drivers were designed for greater stability than last year’s initial release. This should offer improved performance on mishits and more consistent launch conditions. Both will retail for $449.

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TAYLORMADE STEALTH DRIVERS

One of the most buzzy releases in a long time, the Stealth lineup features carbon-fiber faces which TaylorMade considers the beginning of the carbonwood age.  Standard Stealth and HD models retail for $579.99 and the Plus model $599.99.

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a photo of the Callaway Rogue ST line of drivers

CALLAWAY ROGUE ST DRIVERS

The four heads in the Rogue ST drivers combine and refine years off Callaway technology. This includes a new Jailbreak construction and the latest AI-designed Flash Face. Retail starts at $549.99.

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HONMA BERES – BLACK AND AIZU

The S-08 version of the ultra-premium Beres line is built upon lightweight performance with one of a kind looks. The Aizu edition takes the looks to a whole new level with traditional-inspired artwork on the crown and shaft. Retail prices range from $949 to $5000 based on the star level.

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Fairway Woods/Hybrids

TOUR EDGE E722 AND C722 FAIRWAY METALS AND HYBRIDS

Like the driver lineup, the E722 and C722 fairway woods and hybrids target maximum forgiveness and ball-flight control respectively. Generally speaking, E-series will appeal to higher handicappers while better players may gravitate more towards the C’s. Retail price is $229-$299 depending on model.

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COBRA LTDX FAIRWAY WOODS AND HYBRIDS

The LTDx fairway woods and hybrids carry-over much of the new tech from the namesake driver, namely PWR-CORE and H.O.T. Face Technology. That said, the dose is different with the intent not necessarily being maximum distance, but controllable and consistent distance. Fairway woods are priced at $299 and available in 3, 5, and 7. Hybrids are $249 and in 2-6h lofts. One-length hybrids are also available.

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MIZUNO ST-X 220 FAIRWAY WOODS AND HYBRIDS

The ST-X 220 fairway woods and hybrids represent the third generation of Mizuno’s more focused and intentional approach in proving they make more than just great irons. The ST-X 220 line is designed with forgiveness in mind and a slight draw bias. Mizuno will likely address gap created with the lack of a new “ST-Z” version next year. Retail price for the Mizuno ST-X 220 fairway woods is $299 and ST-X 220 hybrids is $224.

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XXIO X METALWOODS

Much of the “better players” market for woods and hybrids also assume higher swing speeds. With the new X lineup, XXIO attempts to meet the gap of better players aging out of highest swing speeds. The two headline features for the new XXIO X are ActivWing and Rebound Frame. These claim to offer distance and forgiveness for moderate swing speeds with a more discerning look. For price, the fairways are set at $399.99 and the hybrids at $299.99.

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XXIO 12 metalwoods

XXIO 12 METALWOODS

Like the X above, the XXIO 12 lineup is designed for moderate swing speeds, but up the forgiveness and lightweight design to appeal more to higher handicappers. With ActivWing technology to keep the clubhead stable and a larger sweet spot, there’s potential for good results all over the face. For price, the fairways are set at $399.99 and the hybrids at $299.99.

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TAYLORMADE STEALTH FAIRWAY WOOD AND STEALTH PLUS HYBRIDS

Following the lead of the driver, the woods and hybrids are available in both Stealth and Stealth Plus versions. The standard Stealth feature CG low and back to achieve high launch and a larger footprint. The Plus versions have increased adjustability and a smaller footprint more to suit better players. Pricing is different as well, the standard line fairway woods starting at $329.99 and hybrids $279.99.

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CALLAWAY ROGUE ST MAX HYBRID

The Rogue ST Max hybrids come in four models: Rogue ST MAX, ST MAX OS, ST MAX OS Lite and ST Pro. The various versions should somewhat offset the lack of adjustability. All feature Callaway’s updated Jailbreak technology, but with different footprints, weighting, and etc. to match different preferences and swing types. Retail price starts at $279.99.

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CALLAWAY ROGUE ST FAIRWAY WOODS

Like the Rogue ST driver lineup, Callaway designed the woods with speed in mind. This means increasing ball speed on solid strikes and maintaining speed on mishits. Three models are available: Rogue ST MAX, ST MAX D and ST MAX LS. The ST MAX D features greater draw bias and the LS designed for lower spin. Retail price is set at $349.99.

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Iron Sets

Tour Edge C722 and E722 irons

TOUR EDGE C722 AND E722 IRONS

Continuing the theme of C – “compact” for better players and E – “extreme distance and forgiveness” the 722 lineup features tweaked improvements over the 721 series and an aggressive price point. New is the inclusion of compact C722 Ti-Utility irons. E722 irons retail for $114.99 each in graphite ($799.99 for a seven-piece set) and $99.99 in steel ($699.99 for a seven-piece set). C722s run $144.99 per stick in graphite ($999.99 for a seven-piece set) and $129.99 each in steel ($899.99).

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PING I525 IRONS

The i525 replaces the i500 as the company’s signature “player’s distance” offering. Ping promises more speed and greater consistency over the previous version. The extra speed comes by way of changes to the construction of the iron allowing for greater face deflection. Additionally, the i525 isn’t as bulky as the i500 to appeal to better players. MSRP for the PING i525 irons is $205 each (steel) $220 each (graphite).

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Cobra LTDx irons

COBRA LTDX IRONS

The LTDx irons feature a version of Cobra’s new PWR-COR weighting system. This promises distance beyond any iron they’ve made before. Another unique fact is the LTDx irons are more bendable than Cobra’s previous players-distance offerings, making them more appealing for custom fits. The LTDx irons are also available in One-Length in addition to standard length shafts. Pricing is $899 in steel and $1,099 in graphite.

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XXIO X irons

XXIO X IRONS

XXIO designed the X irons to meet a gap in the current line. In particular, better players looking for a bit of help with speed. While lightweight and easy to swing, they feature a head shape and V sole for players who still hit down on the ball and have a bit of speed. These irons will retail for $199.99 per stick in steel and $224.99 in graphite.

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XXIO 12 irons

XXIO 12 IRONS

The 12th iteration of the moderate swing-speed-specific XXIO flagship. New tech includes new Super TIX® 51AF titanium face with Rebound Frame. These combine to increase launch and distance. CG is maximized for each loft to maximize performance across each club. XXIO 12’s iron pricing comes in at $219.99 per iron with a seven-piece set at $1,539.93.

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TAYLORMADE STEALTH IRONS

Upgrades to the TaylorMade Stealth irons are aimed at SIM2 MAX shortcomings. Much of this revolves around increasing peak height and descent angle to give more consistent stopping power, a key to better strokes-gained performance. The TaylorMade Stealth will retail for $999 in steel and $1,099 in graphite.

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CALLAWAY ROGUE ST IRONS

Rogue ST features four new game-improvement iron sets: MAX, MAX OS, MAX OS Lite, and MAX Pro. While targeted at different types of players, all feature tungsten to control weight placement and maximize launch conditions. The Rogue ST lineup will start at $999.99.

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Putters

TAYLORMADE SPIDER GT PUTTERS

With the Spider GT lineup, TaylorMade has moved away from the now-classic wireframed design to a more winged approach. The reason for this isn’t just aesthetic, but also about weight distribution as pushing weight more to the edge increases stability and MOI. In addition to a standard GT, the lineup also features Splitback, Notchback, and Rollback head shapes to suit different eyes. The Spider GT will run you $349.99 with the other three at $299.99.

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EVNROLL ZERO AND ER11 VX PUTTERS

In Evnroll parlance, its Sweet Face technology is what continues to separate it from every other putter brand. What continues to evolve is the head shapes that EVNROLL makes available. The ER11 VX features weighting and geometry in line with popular winged-mallet models. The Zero features a shaft intersecting the unique head near the center of gravity, resulting in a face in front of the shaft and unobstructed view of the ball. The ZERO will retail for $449 and the ER11 VX for $429.

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2022 XXIO PUTTERS

With the 2022 putter lineup, XXIO has focused on providing performance in a traditional look to appeal to their target demographic. This includes an ANSER-style blade and milled mallet. Both are priced at $300.

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ODYSSEY ELEVEN AND TRI-HOT 5K PUTTERS

With the Eleven line, Odyssey is looking to improve on the successful Ten mallets, seeking the perfect balance between weight at the edges to boost MOI and CG forward to keep the putter square to target. With the Tri-Hot 5k lineup, Odyssey has managed to achieve MOI of over 5000 (a mallet-like measurement) within blades. There are multiple shapes to match preferences as well. These putters have an MSRP of $299.99 and $399.99 respectively.

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ODYSSEY 2022 WHITE HOT OG AND TOULON DESIGN PUTTERS

A big story for Odyssey in 2022 will be the return of the White Hot insert after a long absence. The White Hot OG line features the popular Double-Wide head as well as 3 new #7 variants. Like the White Hot OG line, the 2022 Toulon Design line will feature new models, along with player favorites, and all will be fully milled as is tradition.

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Wedges

PXG SUGAR DADDY II WEDGES

With the release of the Sugar Daddy II wedge, PXG is returning to its premium-priced roots. The wedges are 100% milled from a single block of steel and a subtle high-toe shape to improve forgiveness and adaptability without sacrificing a clean look. Full-face grooves complete the picture. Retail price for PXG Sugar Daddy II wedges is $499 each with an upcharge for the Xtreme Dark finish.

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Cleveland RTX ZipCore black satin wedges

CLEVELAND BLACK SATIN RTX FULL-FACE WEDGES

Rather than a completely new lineup, the Black Satin RTX Full-Face wedge completes the existing lineup for Cleveland and signals the possibility of something new coming in the future. This wedge brings together the ZipCore technology introduced in 2020 with full-face grooves and the popular black satin finish. The Black Satin RTX full-face wedges will retail for $159.99.

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TITLEIST VOKEY SM9 WEDGES

Constant, incremental improvement is the name of the game with Vokey wedges. In the SM9’s, Titleist promises higher centers of gravity to deliver a flatter trajectory with increased spin. Additionally, WedgeWorks options brings tour-level customization to everyday golfers. Retail price is $179.99 with upcharges for customization.

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