DRIVERS, WOODS & HYBRIDS
THE LATEST REVIEWS FROM GOLF FOCUSED
TITLEIST TS3 3-WOOD
Mar 16, 2029
For the last couple seasons, a Sub Zero version has become a staple of Callaway’s driver line up. Players that struggle with high spin have flocked to these models as they’ve proven to produce stronger ball flights and longer drives. What’s new about the Epic Flash Sub Zero is that dropping spin no longer requires losing forgiveness.
Jan 8, 2019
The Titleist TS3 3-wood boasts an array of technical aspects that make it better than its predecessors. The speed chassis was designed to make the club faster, and whilst the head shape isn't much different than previous Titleist models, the lighter crown and thinner face create a "hotter" 3-wood.
Oct 24, 2018
It can be hard for clubs to live up their hype, but the Callaway GBB Epic Sub Zero driver exceeded my expectations. It is the real deal when it comes to ball speed.
The fastest balls speeds we've ever hit with a driver. Jail Break technology is for real and Callaway built a perfect combo of low spin and forgiveness in the GBB Epic Sub Zero driver.
July 4, 2018
The M4 driver is the brand’s latest non-adjustable and more forgiving driver. It still features the adjustable hosel sleeve that allows loft and lie angle changes as well as the ability to change shafts more easily, but that is where the adjustability ends. And this has allowed for improvements in other design features, including the addition of TwistFace technology that make the M4 much more stable and forgiving for a wider range of golfers.
May 23, 2018
Plenty of technology and design features have gone into the making of the ST 180 along with the use of high quality materials that ensure this driver performs incredibly well.
The extensive range of premium stock shafts ensures it can be fitted to suit any golfer regardless of skill level.