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Published: Fri, 29 Dec 2006 09:39:21 GMT

Last Build Date: Wed, 17 Jun 2009 03:40:10 GMT

 



Golf Club Review: GigaGolf Power Max GX922 Irons

Wed, 17 Jun 2009 03:40:10 GMT

GigaGolfs' new PowerMax GX922 iron series is the 2009 refinement over the hugely popular GX920 series from a year earlier. They are designed to be an alternative to the 2009 Callaway X-22 irons, albeit for just a fraction of the price.



Golf Club Review: Hireko Golf 2009 Acer XK Irons

Wed, 17 Jun 2009 03:40:00 GMT

Hireko Golf scored a big winner when their new 2009 Acer XK Irons were selected by Golf Digest's 2009 "Hot List" as "Best Value" Irons. Given the big 'hoo-hah' that these irons caused we figured we should take a closer look as well.



Golf Club Review: Pinemeadow Golf Command BK Driver

Fri, 29 Aug 2008 10:40:10 GMT

This expert golf club review discusses the Pinemeadow Golf Command BK Driver as compared to the TaylorMade r7 CGB Max Driver. Visit us to read the test results and our recommendations.



Golf Club Review: Power Max TRX Ti Driver from GigaGolf

Sat, 12 Jul 2008 12:25:10 GMT

This expert golf club review discusses the Power Max TRX Ti Driver from GigaGolf as compared to the TaylorMade r7 CGB Max Driver. Visit us to read the test results and our recommendations.



Review of the Power Max TRX Ion Control Irons by GigaGolf

Tue, 01 Jul 2008 09:41:09 GMT

These new irons by GigaGolf are a clear winner in the 'looks' department, and they seem to underscore the new trend in golf club design that 'black is beautiful'. More...



Review of the Pinemeadow Golf Yukon Anti-Slice Driver

Sat, 28 Jun 2008 05:03:01 GMT

When compared to a 'normal' driver, an offset driver allows for a split second more time before the club hits the ball. This extra time helps to turn your wrists (= close the clubface) a bit more, thereby promoting a squarer impact and...



Review of the GigaGolf GX Squared Ti Draw Driver

Tue, 15 Apr 2008 04:53:21 GMT

What makes this club special is that it comes with a built-in draw bias. This is a great feature if you, like many other golfers, have a tendency to fade or even slice the ball. The reason for a fade / slice is...



Review of the Pinemeadow Golf ZR1 Irons

Wed, 05 Mar 2008 04:18:21 GMT

These irons are game improvement irons, designed with maximum forgiveness in mind. Compared to last years model we felt that these irons launch higher due to the substantial changes in cavity and weight distribution...



Review of the Pinemeadow Golf ZR1 Driver

Wed, 05 Mar 2008 04:18:20 GMT

The club boasts the maximum USGA allowed head volume of 460 cc which, together with a massive club face of 11" bulge (= distance from left to right edge of club face) and 9" roll (= total height of club face) instil great confidence at address. One of our high handicap testers...



Review of the Pinemeadow Command BK Hybrids

Thu, 24 Jan 2008 04:20:20 GMT

The test clubs came with the standard hybrid graphite shaft and standard grip, a high quality combination that will suit most golfers. The graphite shaft is an excellent match for the club, and you should never change it to a steel shaft just to save a few bucks...



Review of the GX Squared Ti Driver

Thu, 24 Jan 2008 04:20:19 GMT

The 2008 version has a higher MOI, comes in draw and neutral configurations and is equipped with a VFT cup face for higher ball velocity and more distance. The neutral model includes an internal weight chip that is placed to the rear and center...



Review of the Pinemeadow Command BK Irons

Sat, 05 Jan 2008 02:19:19 GMT

To be honest this was the first time I played irons that were black rather than matt or polished steel, so it took a moment to get used to it. The shining black color gives the irons a unique look, very elegant and sophisticated...



Our Recommendations for a Beginners Golf Club Set

Sat, 05 Jan 2008 02:19:18 GMT

There is no need for a beginner to buy the golf set that your favourite PGA Golfer plays. Besides the fact that these clubs will be too difficult to play they are also way too expensive...



Review of the Pinemeadow Excel Strong Irons

Tue, 01 Jan 2008 12:19:18 GMT

The most obvious characteristics of these irons is their wide sole, partially due to the notch cavity at the back of the clubhead. This, together with the bevelled toe reduce the turf drag when hitting in the rough...



Review of the Pinemeadow Command Q Irons

Sat, 22 Sep 2007 12:18:17 GMT

A very obvious feature of these irons is their wide sole with the four additional weights in the back of it. Since these weights sit very far in the rear of the clubhead they remarkably reduce the twisting of the clubhead on miss hits and increase stability and accuracy...



Review of the GigaGolf C9 Ti Face Insert Irons

Tue, 11 Sep 2007 05:23:19 GMT

These irons are made by welding a titanium face plate onto a steel frame. This brings the advantage that most of the clubheads weight is shifted to the perimeter, thereby increasing the sweet spot to almost the whole of the club face. In addition the titanium face, due to the way it's been made, packs a real punch - even with off-center hits...



Review of the Gigagolf C9 c455 Metal Woods

Tue, 11 Sep 2007 05:22:19 GMT

The use of the premium steel alloy called c455 (made by Carpenter Technology) gives the club a few distinct advantages...



Review of the GigaGolf C9 VFT Composite Driver

Tue, 11 Sep 2007 05:21:19 GMT

What makes it technologically outstanding is that some of the titanium from the top of the club head (the crown) has been replaced with a lighter carbon fibre composite. The weight that was saved there was then relocated towards the rear bottom of the club head. This lowered the overall center of gravity for the club, and also reduced the twisting of the club head when it hits the golf ball...



Golf Club Review: Excel Strong Titanium Driver

Wed, 27 Jun 2007 11:13:12 GMT

The large, square shape of the clubhead is something one has to get used to, but that doesn't take long once you've hit the club. We took it to the range and also played 18 holes with it. For some of us it...



Golf Club Review: Tour Series BLOC 455cc Driver

Sun, 29 Apr 2007 05:13:12 GMT

The large, square shape of the clubhead is something one has to get used to, but that doesn't take long once you've hit the club. We took it to the range and also played 18 holes with it. For some of us it...



Golf Club Review: Classic Grind Wedge

Sun, 04 Mar 2007 01:54:02 GMT

We tested the whole set of four Classic Grind Wedges on the course and simulated various tough lies (like in the rough, in the sand and so on) requiring good shot control with high loft. All four wedges are very smooth and provide great spin and good ball control. We particularly like the Sand Wedge (SW): it cuts thru the sand like thru butter, a very smooth feel - a great club....



Golf Editorial: "Net" Great Deals on Golf Equipment

Mon, 26 Feb 2007 04:26:31 GMT

It's the digital age, folks! The idea that you have to go to the store to buy something has become rather passe. This applies to purchasing golf equipment as well as anything else. Now you can get pretty much anything you need to go golfing by sitting in front of your home computer and surfing to your heart's delight....



Golf Club Review: Power Max GX920 Irons

Sun, 31 Dec 2006 04:39:21 GMT

The irons provide moderate feedback, and it is not easy to tell where the ball made impact at the clubface. This is not really an issue as the clubs are very forgiving, and even off-center hits are surprisingly straight...



Golf Club Review: Tour 780 Draw Titanium Driver

Fri, 29 Dec 2006 09:39:21 GMT

When hitting the Tour 780 Draw Titanium Driver it becomes obvious that the club face is indeed more closed than any other club we've tried recently. Golfers with a slice problem who tested this club said they were able to move their shots from the right of the golf course to the middle....