A large firm core with lower compression allows increased initial velocity for added distance.
Should suit all golfers - concentrates on better balance
Soft cover aimed at good golfers looking for spin
Fairly soft and more suited to the better player after spin and control around the greens
Easy on the eye and easy to keep on line
A big dog with real class
Cheap as chips at £169
Consistency's the key word with this fairway wood
The GM testers were impressed by the attractive, compact appearance of this fairway wood. It has the classic old Ping design that has always proved popular.
A top quality driver for low handicappers
Mizuno have designed a club that has a classic yet easy-to-hit look that should appeal to golfers of all standards. The heads aren't too big so they should be easy…
This putter should instill confidence over those tricky short putts and the funky modern design should attract plenty of attention
Hippo have succeeded in designing an elegant driver that performs well
Titleist don't do ugly wedges and this satin finish is guaranteed to impress, and as it's dull it shouldn't reflect glare from the sun.
Low handicappers will get a bargain big dog here
A decent set aimed at mid handicappers
Adams have used Tungsten weights in the perimeter of the head to ensure a more stable moment of impact and improved forgiveness on off centre hits.
These irons look great and perform well but they don't come cheap
The curvy, red clubhead has an unusual, quirky look that is suprisingly appealing to hit. It's marginally bigger than some utilities on the market but that shouldn't put you off.
Low handicappers will enjoy the classic look and solid striking on offer here