Some players have a hard time launching a 3 wood because it is the lowest lofted club we use off the turf. Consequently, putting a 4 wood or 5 wood in the bag makes more sense because the additional loft on those clubs helps the player launch it higher, get more spin, and subsequently get more distance than they would on a 3 wood.
We really love what TaylorMade did with the P•770s. They took their bestselling performance iron and bridged the gap between their tour inspired heads. And the new line does an excellent job maintaining appropriate levels of spin and launch for more skilled players while giving you that peace of mind that you don’t always get looking down at a blade.
The Mizuno JPX921 line is likely among the most underrated irons on the market right now. Mizuno – which always puts look and feel at the top of its priorty list – maintains great all around performance with the JPX921 line and packed each clubhead full of new tech sure to make past skeptics do a double take.
GolfWRX – one of the world’s foremost authorities on golf equipment and instruction – published its “Closer Look” into the Best Drivers of 2020. Yes, everybody seems to be fixated on which driver produces the longest tee shots and how Bryson DeChambeau’s bomb-and-gouge approach to the game is changing the definition of a “drivable” par-4. But at Cool Clubs, we know the best driver is not based on how far a robot can hit it. The best driver isn’t even one driver.
One of the main components of the golf swing is repeatability. Sure, any player can accidentally put themselves in the slot for one good pass at the golf ball, and most of the time for high handicappers, it’s the “shot that keeps ‘em coming back.” But a good golf swing is a repeatable golf swing just like excellent customer service should be repeated over and over again.
Titleist is certainly testing a new concept with its CNCPT Iron line. Get it? Forget about the one-size-fits all iron sets of the past. For players who need a little more muscle-back in their long irons and a little less help from their short irons, the CNCPT line from Titleist allows players to customize based on their feel and playing style.
If your putts aren’t rolling in at the clip you’re used to, it very well might be you need a new flat stick. But with hundreds of choices from dozens of manufacturers and mountains of news and articles on the internet, heading to the store to find a new putter can be a daunting task.
Nearly three decades have passed since Callaway changed the game of golf as we know it by introducing their first iteration of the Big Bertha Driver in 1991. The aptly named “howitzer” metal wood was the first of its kind, and at 190 cubic centimeters and crafted entirely of stainless steel, the club looked absolutely gargantuan at address and was a far departure from the old persimmon woods of years past.
The Cool Clubs mobile fitting van is back at Scottsdale HQ after a long tour around the country helping players Play Better Golf. The Cool Clubs mobile van tour began in Kansas before moving on to Iowa, Montana, and finally down south into Colorado, fitting more than 150 players. One common theme emerged from this […]
Cool Clubs | First Take Distance, distance, distance. While unusual for Titleist to produce a game-improvement iron aimed at mid to high handicappers, they achieved their goal of creating additional yardage for player with average swing speed. The T400 line manages to produce a decent ball flight considering the extremely strong lofts. Initial tests show […]
Cool Clubs | First Take From what we’re seeing here at Cool Clubs during initial testing, Callaway’s MAVRIK line provides slightly higher ball speeds than competitors. The biggest improvement Callaway made over last year is the impact sound – a big knock on last year’s FLASH – which has returned to a traditional sound as […]
Cool Clubs | First Take First impressions of the PXG GEN3 irons here at Cool Clubs suggest the new lines are very forgiving. Keeping in line with standard PXG claims, they feel soft on mis-hits, even softer on a center strikes. The irons felt very hot and jumped off the clubface at impact. Ball speed […]