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Wilson Staff Golf C300 Fairway Wood Review

Wilson Staff Golf C300 Fairway Wood Review

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The conversation on THP about the C300 irons was incredibly positive, and carried throughout the year after a fantastic event with Wilson.  It should come as no surprise that the latest fairway, hybrid, and driver would come with much anticipation.  Fortunately, Wilson did it right.  Subtle inclusion of the power holes on the crown make […]

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Wilson Launches C300 Line of Clubs

Wilson Launches C300 Line of Clubs

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Two years ago, Wilson Staff introduced the C200 line of irons and they got very positive reviews from THP Forum Members that tested them out. Extremely forgiving, incredible distance and in a package that looked very different than what was currently on the market. Fast forward to today and the company is going to be […]

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Cobra KING F8 Lineup: Fully Connected

Cobra KING F8 Lineup: Fully Connected

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New equipment lines begin to come out around this time and with each release, THPers are immediately looking for a catch. Something different to grab their attention, and with the new F8 lineup from Cobra they might have found it. The F8 line from Cobra Golf features F8 and F8+ Drivers, Fairways, Hybrids and Irons […]

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Cobra F Max Fairway Wood Review

Cobra F Max Fairway Wood Review

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A good drive on a scoreable par 5 leaves a player with a decision to make: is it time to pull the 3-wood out of the bag, or better yet, just play it safe by laying-up with a mid-iron? These decisions aren’t limited to just par 5’s, and as a lower swing speed player, they […]

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Tour Edge Exotics CBX Fairway Woods Review

Tour Edge Exotics CBX Fairway Woods Review

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In the past, Tour Edge and their EXOTICS line of fairway woods were viewed not only as revolutionary, but perhaps the originators in what a distance based fairway could be. In recent years however, although Tour Edge has never stopped innovating, it seemed like other companies were catching up and seizing a piece of the […]

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Cleveland Golf Comes Back with a Full Line

Cleveland Golf Comes Back with a Full Line

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New Cleveland Golf line coming out next month and THP has all of the details. Fresh off the launch of the new CBX wedges, the company is back with an entire line that should blend nicely into those new scoring clubs. First up is the new Launcher HB driver and THP TV sat down with […]

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Contest: New Callaway Steelhead XR Fairway Wood

Contest: New Callaway Steelhead XR Fairway Wood

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Earlier this week, the THP Review of the new Callaway Steelhead XR fairway wood was put up and if you missed that, you can check it out here. Everything you want to know about the new metal wood can be found there and in the THP Forum, users that have tested out the new line […]

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Callaway Steelhead Fairway Wood Review

Callaway Steelhead Fairway Wood Review

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Bridging the gap between a traditional name and look with new technology can be an incredibly difficult task.  Companies are required to meet the expectations of fond memories while accommodating the new technology of today to compete with the rest of the market in that particular segment.  For Callaway, bringing back the name Steelhead by […]

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Honma Be ZEAL Fairway Wood Review

Honma Be ZEAL Fairway Wood Review

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In today’s market it is imperative for a company to cover all of their bases and offer something for everyone, for Honma the Be ZEAL rounds out their lineup to do just that. Since Honma’s initial push into the U.S. market has begun, the focus has been on the Tour World line, and rightfully so, […]

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Callaway Steelhead XR Fairway Wood

Callaway Steelhead XR Fairway Wood

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The original Callaway Steelhead Fairway Wood line was one of the best selling lines of all time. The shaping and design of the club heads were some of the most versatile to come out at the time and were loved by golfers everywhere. When you have an iconic design, bringing it back seems like a […]

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