PING fan Cajsa Malmberg plays off a six handicap and has found a perfect combination from the PING range to suit her game
Golf Monthly tests the new Garmin Approach G5 golf GPS
Golf Monthly's Paul O'Hagan, one of the GM Test Team, takes the new TaylorMade Burner SuperFast driver to the range and blogs on its performance
Golf Monthly associate editor Jezz Ellwood gives us his thoughts on TaylorMade's new R9 fairway wood.
Andrew Akesson talks about some of the major Japanese golf brands, highlighting exactly what's out there and how it differs to our markets here in the UK.
A review and blog of TaylorMade's new R9 460 driver, following the release of the 420cc version earlier this year.
Staff writer Paul O'Hagan visits 'The Oven' in Dallas-Fort Worth where he gets a look at some of Nike's new gear for 2010 at the Nike Golf test facility, including…
A recently graduated five-handicapper, reveals the clubs he has and why they are good for his game. TaylorMade Super Steel irons, TaylorMade r7 driver, Ben Hogan Carnoustie wedges and Scotty…
A golf equipment blog on the Titleist Vokey Spin Milled wedges.
Golf Monthly was given the exclusive on PING's new i15 range. Here Neil Tappin takes a close look and also casts his eye over the much-anticipated PING G15 launch.
A blog review of the Scotty Cameron Studio Select Newport 2 putter by Titleist, written by Rob Menzies. Rob has a handicap of three and has had this putter for…
Rob Menzies' golf equipment blog on the TaylorMade Tour Preferred irons. Rob plays to a handicap of three and provides a short review of the TaylorMade Tour Preferred irons.
The Ping G5 driver may now be fairly old and there might be some great new models on the market, but this 12 degree club continues to serve me well.
Golf Monthly caught up with Sweden's Peter Hedblom to ask every golf fanatic's favourite question, 'What's in the bag?'
A review of the mallet Odyssey Teron White Hot XG putter in the hands of a mid-handicapper from the Golf Monthly Office
A review of the Ping Rapture V2 fairway wood in the hands of a 17-handicapper, who has found reaching the green in two on par 5s impossible...until now.
Jackson Almond, who plays off a handicap of five, gives his verdict on his wedges - the Ping Tour-W. Read Jackson's blog and discover whether this is a club that…
What one of Golf Monthly's higher handicappers thinks of the Ben Sayers Benny hybrid
Christopher Smith gives us his opinion on the Ping G10 driver, a club that has helped him to hit longer and straighter drives.
Keith Wright plays off seven and took the Nike SQ Dymo2 driver out on the course to see how it performed for him.