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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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Tour Edge Exotics CBX Hybrid Review

Tour Edge Exotics CBX Hybrid Review

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In a world full of obvious technological changes, where clubs tend to look more like a mechanical device than a ball striking tool, Tour Edge provides us with a continued trend of subtle effectiveness in packages that suit particular golfers.  For this review, we will be taking a look at the CBX Hybrid, designed with […]

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Cleveland Launcher HB Hybrid Review

Cleveland Launcher HB Hybrid Review

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Back in August, Cleveland Golf gave many of its fans what they wanted, a return to market with a full line of clubs. While it does not seem like it was all that long ago, the previous shift in philosophy caused many to look at Cleveland as strictly a wedge brand, and a darn good, […]

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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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New Gear Alert: Tour Edge Exotics CBX Hybrid

New Gear Alert: Tour Edge Exotics CBX Hybrid

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Next month, Tour Edge Exotics is releasing a new hybrid that immediately went into the bags of several players on the PGA Champions Tour as soon as it became available. Following along with the irons that became favorites by many that tried them, the CBX line from Exotics becomes more complete with this launch. If […]

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Honma Be ZEAL U22 Utility / Hybrid Review

Honma Be ZEAL U22 Utility / Hybrid Review

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In the past year, Honma has made clear their commitment to making a focused push into the U.S. market as it pertains to availability. However, the introduction of the Tour World lineup alone did not feature the entirety of what the company aims to provide golfers who try their equipment. Now, they are beginning the […]

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Cobra KING OS Hybrids

Cobra KING OS Hybrids

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Back in September, Cobra Golf introduced the new OS line of irons and the incredibly popular line from years ago was new again with modern technology that created one of the most forgiving irons that THP has tested to date. Today, the line expands with the launch of KING Oversized Hybrid. Like it’s iron compliment, […]

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Honma Tour World TW737 UTc Hybrid Review

Honma Tour World TW737 UTc Hybrid Review

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Throughout the year Honma Golf will be celebrating their 60th anniversary, but 2017 is a milestone year for another reason because this is the year that Honma increases its presence in North America. While their catalog is quite extensive, the first batch of products to hit stateside are part of the Tour World TW737 lineup, […]

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Looking For Testers: Matrix Altus Tour Hybrid Shafts

Looking For Testers: Matrix Altus Tour Hybrid Shafts

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At THP, we believe that testing should be done not only by us, but also by the wonderful forum members and we have another new testing project. One of the cool features about being an active member of the THP Forum is that we look to you guys/gals, the consumers, to give feedback on equipment […]

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Wilson Staff D300 Hybrid Review

Wilson Staff D300 Hybrid Review

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For years, Wilson Staff has utilized a clean, consumer friendly naming model which easily depicts to golfers which line they should be focusing on. Throughout their entire catalog, consumers will find clubs that start with the letters F, C, and D. With the F standing for feel player, C for crossover player, and D for […]

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