Author Archive: Dan E.
Dan Edwards is a THP staff writer that currently resides in southern Ohio. He is a low index player that has a long-held love for taking in and sharing knowledge about golf equipment.
There is an obvious effort in the 2017 Tour World lineup by Honma to fit the golfer to the best possible club for their game. THP has already introduced the TW737 iron lineup which offers subtle changes to a head profile, and now the TW737 FW and FWc provides golfers with quality fairway options separated […]
The Honma Tour World 737 iron series is something to behold. Unique in more than just their build process, they have provided golfers with a slightly more finite than usual way of making the iron accommodate their particular nuances and preferences. On the surface it might seem like overkill, but Honma has provided subtle changes […]
When searching for the right shot tracking software, there are some very important elements that must be considered. Golfers should seek out a device that accommodates their needs without overwhelming their experience with buttons, syncing, pairing, or bulk. For Shot Scope, they have introduced a shot tracking device and tag system that is compact on […]
Those who are familiar with the Wilson Staff iron lineup will likely look back at the FG Tour V4 irons with fondness. A subtle presentation with good heel/toe weight allocation and a traditional finish. For 2017, Wilson provides a refreshing update to this series with the FG Tour V6 irons, boasting sleek lines, visible technology […]
The name “Fusion” is not new to the Callaway product line, however golfers will be treated to some new technological concepts in this release. This tech will help to allocate weight to the appropriate locations, alongside the ever popular hyper speed face cup tech that Callaway has found great success with in other offerings. Forget […]
There are many in the golfing world who strive to look down at a sleek and minuscule iron profile, with a sharp top line, no cavity, and limited offset. The problem, of course, is a lack of forgiveness, launch, and distance retention that is introduced by playing an iron in the muscleback category, leaving much […]
Bridging the gap between the longest iron in a bag and either a high lofted wood or hybrid is a difficult process. Finding the appropriate levels of launch and turf interaction as a golfer has become much easier with the introduction of the utility iron, and Srixon has updated and improved on their previously successful […]
Bolstering the 2135 lineup, Cleveland Golf has introduced the Elevado, Mezzo, and Cero mallet putters. They are each unique to the 2135 lineup in shape, and have a tremendous amount of weight applied to the appropriate locations in order to produce exceptional roll and consistency. According to Cleveland, “each design is clean with a few […]
Constructing the best golf clubs includes the right mix of compromise and technology, however Srixon is proving that while clubs can come from the same family, they are not made alike. Taking player’s needs into consideration, Srixon is introducing the high launching, low spinning, low lofted Z F65 fairway woods, in compliment with their high […]
The muscle back iron construction is a touchy subject for many golfers as we move into an era where ‘forgiveness meets compact profile’ becomes more and more a reality. Rounding the fantastic looking latest release from Srixon Golf is the Z 965 iron. A beautiful update and improvement to the successful Z 945 release, which […]