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Peninsula Kingswood Country Golf Club: a new jewel on Melbourne’s famed...

AS if Melbourne's famed Sandbelt didn't already boast one of the world's greatest concentrations of golf course riches, there's a new course on the...

Best new golf irons 2018

CHECK out the best new irons for the 2018 golf season from Titleist, TaylorMade, PING, Mizuno, Cobra, Callaway, Wilson, Cleveland, Bridgestone and more. As this...

Best new golf drivers 2018

The new golfing year is upon us and maybe its time to look at a new driver and really refresh the game. This video from...

“New” premium Callaway Epic Star golf clubs aimed at older golfers...

CALLAWAY’S Epic series drivers, woods, hybrids and irons have proven highly successful and now the company will be “releasing” a new premium lightweight variant in the range aimed at golfers with slower swing speeds

Callaway Epic irons and hybrids now available in Australia

CALLAWAY GOLF has had a big hit with its Epic Driver series and now the matching irons and hybrids are available in Australia. The Callaway...

Best Golf Irons of 2015: Video

SEARCHING for a new set of golf irons? There’s such a plethora of brands and models out there it can be a daunting task.

TaylorMade Burner 2.0 Irons Build on Success

THE combination of distance and ease of use have made TaylorMade’s Burner irons very popular, especially with mid and higher handicap players, since their...

TaylorMade Raylor the perfect weapon for getting out of the rough

TaylorMade has launched a new Raylor rescue club it says is the “ultimate secret weapon for getting out of the rough.” The new golf club...

Callaway i-brid irons

Callaway Golf says its new FT i-brid iron set can help change your game and is the latest in a long legacy of innovation aimed at helping to make the game a little easier. The sets include three i-brids as well as new "game improving" mid and short irons.

Golf club clone wars

Thinking about a new set of golf clubs? What is most important to you? Is it quality, performance, price? Or is the brand name on the back of the club one of the most important factors? Here is one side of the story and an opportunity to have your say.