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Callaway Big Bertha B21 Hybrid Review

In this review, I’ll be putting the Callaway Big Bertha B21 hybrid to the test. With its slogan “distance any way you swing it”, the Big Bertha B21 is claimed to be Callaway’s easiest-to-launch hybrid yet. It’s designed to be super forgiving, with a large head volume and offset that promotes a draw ball flight. How does the Big Bertha B21 hybrid perform on the course? How does it compare to the similar MAVRIK MAX hybrid offering? Is it worth putting in the bag? Read on to find out what you…

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Callaway Big Bertha B21 Fairway Wood Review

Today I’ll be reviewing the Callaway Big Bertha B21 fairway wood. The Big Bertha B21 is designed to help golfers who traditionally avoid using fairway woods because they can’t make good contact. With a shallower face and deep CG, Callaway claims that the B21 is their easiest-to-launch fairway wood yet. The B21 also takes advantage of Callaway’s latest ball-speed-enhancing technologies like the Flash Face and Jailbreak. Just how easy is it to hit the Big Bertha B21 fairway wood? How does it…

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Callaway Big Bertha B21 Irons Review

Today I’ll be reviewing the Callaway Big Bertha B21 iron. The B21 is the first Big Bertha iron to feature Callaway’s Flash Face technology in the Face Cup. It’s designed to deliver maximum ball speed, high launch, and straight shots in a confidence-inspiring profile. How does the Big Bertha B21 iron perform at the end of the day? How does it compare to the MAVRIK MAX? Is it worth putting a set in the bag? Read on to find out what you need to know to make an informed decision. What are the…

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Callaway Big Bertha B21 Driver Review

In this review, I’ll take a close look at the Callaway Big Bertha B21 driver. The Big Bertha B21 is the latest member of the Big Bertha driver family. It incorporates many of Callaway’s latest technologies like the Flash Face, Jailbreak, and T2C Carbon Crown, while utilizing a ultra-low forward CG for high launch, low spin, and big distance. The Big Bertha B21 also has an internal draw bias meant to take the big miss, a slice, out of your game. So, how does the Big Bertha B21 shape up in…

TaylorMade M4 Irons Review

This is my review of the TaylorMade M4 iron, a gold-medal winner on the 2018 Golf Digest Hot List. The M4 is the sister iron to the M3. It features RibCOR technology for increased ball speed, as well as a larger head, thinner face, and enhanced forgiveness for higher handicaps. So, how does the M4 iron perform at the end of the day? How does it compare to the M2 and M3 models? Is it worth putting a set in the bag? Here’s what I’m going to be covering in the review: Ratings Features…

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TaylorMade M3 Irons Review

Today I’ll be reviewing the TaylorMade M3 iron, a gold-medal winner on the 2018 Golf Digest Hot List. In addition to key performance technologies found in previous entries such as the Speed Pocket and Face Slots, the M3 introduces new RibCOR technology. RibCOR concentrates face flexion into a smaller area, increasing ball speed, trajectory, and distance. So, how does the M3 iron perform at the end of the day? How does it compare to the previous M1 model? Is it worth putting a set in the bag?…

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TaylorMade SIM Max D Driver Review

In this review, I’ll take a close look at the TaylorMade SIM Max D driver. The SIM Max D shares the same cutting-edge technologies that define the SIM family of drivers. But with a very large face, heel weight and divergent topline masking to encourage a draw ball flight, it’s the most forgiving SIM model that is aimed at high handicaps. Just how much more forgiving is the SIM Max D than the SIM Max? How does it perform on the course? Is it worth putting in the bag? Here’s what I’m going to…

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TaylorMade SIM Max Driver Review

This is a full review of the TaylorMade SIM Max driver. The SIM Max shares the same cutting-edge technologies that define the SIM family of drivers including the asymmetric sole and Inertia Generator. But with a larger club face and deeper center of gravity, it delivers more MOI and forgiveness and is aimed at higher handicaps. Just how much more forgiving is the SIM Max than the SIM? How does it compare with the M6? Is it worth putting in the bag? Here’s what I’m going to be covering in…

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TaylorMade SIM Driver Review

In this review, I’ll take a close look at the TaylorMade SIM driver. The SIM builds on the success of the M5, namely the Speed-Injected Twist Face, and introduces a completely reshaped asymmetric sole. The new shape combines with a redesigned Inertia Generator to improve aerodynamics and increase speed at the most critical stage of the swing. The SIM certainly talks a big game, but how does it actually perform? How does it compare with previous offerings like the M5 and M6? Is it worth…

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TaylorMade M6 Driver Review

In this review, I’ll be taking a look at the TaylorMade M6 driver. The M6 shares the same core performance technologies as the M5, namely the Speed-Injected Twist Face and Hammerhead 2.0 Slot. It replaces the T-Track with what’s called the Inertia Generator, which improves aerodynamics and stores weight low and back for added forgiveness. How does the M6 actually perform out on the course? How does it compare to the M5 and M4? Is it worth putting in the bag? Here’s what I’m going to be…

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TaylorMade M5 Tour Driver Review

Today I’ll be fully reviewing the TaylorMade M5 Tour driver. The M5 Tour is the slimmer, more compact brother of the M5. At 435CC, the M5 Tour has the same technologies as the M5 but tends to appeal to better players and professionals. It allows for more workability, more control, and less spin on average. How does the performance of the M5 Tour compare with the standard M5? When is it worth considering the Tour variant over the M5? Here’s what I’m going to be covering in this review…

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TaylorMade M5 Driver Review

In this review, I’ll take a look at the TaylorMade M5 driver. With the M5, TaylorMade has built on the next-level Twist Face technology found in the M3, carefully calibrating the head to deliver as much speed as the USGA and R&A legally allow. A redesigned weight track also allows for powerful ball flight adjustability. How does the M5 really perform? How does it compare to previous offerings like the M3? Is it worth putting in the bag? Here’s what I’m going to be covering in this review…

TaylorMade M Gloire Driver Review

In this review, I’ll be taking a look at the TaylorMade M Gloire driver. The M Gloire incorporates TaylorMade’s newest cutting-edge driver technologies with the premium design of the Gloire series, released for the Asia and Japanese markets back in 2012. The M Gloire is designed to provide a premium forged feel, speed and forgiveness. But how reliable is it really? How does it compare to other TaylorMade offerings like the M4? Is it worth putting in the bag? Here’s what I’m going to be…

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TaylorMade M4 Driver Review

This is a comprehensive review of the TaylorMade M4 driver. The M4 is meant to be both the successor to the M2 and the lighter, more forgiving alternative to the M3. It packs most of the same technologies as the M3, without movable weights but with new Geocoustic technology that contributes to a larger face. How does the M4 really perform out on the course? Which golfers and situations is it best suited for as compared to the M3? Is it worth putting in the bag? Here’s what I’m going to be…

TaylorMade M3 Driver Review

In this review, I’ll be taking a look at the TaylorMade M3 driver. TaylorMade has introduced three new breakthrough technologies in the M3: the Twist Face, the Hammerhead Slot and the Y-Track. These allegedly combine to produce better mis-hit forgiveness, more ball speed and distance, and more adjustability for dialing in your ball flight. But how does the M3 really stack up? How does it compare to previous TaylorMade driver models like the M1 and M2? Is it worth putting in the bag? Here’s…

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Callaway MAVRIK Pro Hybrid Review

Today I’ll be reviewing the Callaway MAVRIK Pro hybrid, a gold medal winner on the 2020 Golf Digest Hot List. With a shallower face, more compact profile, cambered sole, and neutral CG, the Pro takes the MAVRIK hybrid to a new level of versatility that is ideal for better players. But just how good is the performance of the MAVRIK Pro hybrid? Is it worth putting in the bag and should low handicaps or scratch golfers choose it over other models? Read on to find out everything you need to know…