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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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Callaway Steelhead XR Hybrid Review

Callaway Steelhead XR Hybrid Review

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Within the golf industry, there is a current trend that has companies looking to their names of yesteryear and resurrecting them for today’s product launches. This fall, Callaway released a new set of irons with not just a familiar name, but a familiar look as well. As a compliment to those new irons, Callaway has […]

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Cobra F7 Hybrid Review

Cobra F7 Hybrid Review

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One of the most under the radar releases year in and year out for Cobra are their hybrids, for some reason they remain an afterthought for many. This year, the company is stepping up the versatility by introducing the F7 which also features Baffler Rails, something that should catch the eye of many who demand […]

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THP First Look – KBS Tour Hybrid Shaft Preview

THP First Look – KBS Tour Hybrid Shaft Preview

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KBS going graphite? No, don’t worry, the company is not moving away from it’s steel shafts that many THPers have been fit into, but they are launching a new graphite shaft and it is currently being tested out on tour. The new KBS Tour Hybrid Shaft is coming soon, so THP TV caught up with […]

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Srixon Z U65 Utility Club Review

Srixon Z U65 Utility Club Review

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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 […]

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Callaway Big Bertha OS Hybrid Preview

Callaway Big Bertha OS Hybrid Preview

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Joining the new Callaway Big Bertha OS Irons (also previewed on THP) are the hybrids bearing the same name. Two years ago the new Big Bertha hybrid was released and it became an instant hit with THPers offering adjustability in a unique package. The Features Explosive Distance from Next-Generation Hyper Speed Face Cup Next-generation Hyper […]

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