Here’s a look at the golf equipment making a splash in early 2021
The new year is off to a fast and furious start when it comes to golf equipment.
Some of the top names in the game are making a splash in early 2021 with the release of new drivers, fairways, hybrids and irons. Titleist is also rolling out new Pro V1 and Pro V1x golf balls, and there’s a host of new putters to choose from.
Here’s a look at what you can find…
Titelst Pro V1 and Pro V1x
To make the No. 1 golf ball even better, Titleist changed the core, the casing, the cover and the dimple pattern to deliver longer distance, even more greenside spin and control, and softer feel.
Callaway Epic Speed
Callaway’s new family of Epic drivers and fairways are built to deliver one important ingredient to your swing – speed. Built with Callaway’s new artificial-designed Jailbreak Speed Frame, the fast and furious drivers include the Epic Speed, the Epic Max and the Epic Max LS. There are two fairway metals models available – the Epic Speed and Epic Max – and both feature A.I.-designed Velocity Blades to help increase ball speeds.
Callaway Apex 21 irons
Callaway is reaching new heights with the release of its Apex irons and hybrids. The Apex 21, Apex Pro 21 and Apex DCB are the first forged Apex irons that feature the company’s artificial intelligence-designed Flash Face Cup, which helps increase ball speeds and spin robustness. The Apex 21 and Apex 21 Pro both fall into the players category with the former offering more distance and the latter providing better performance. The DCB irons (deep cavity back) extend the Apex offerings to a wider group of golfers.
Odyssey White Hot Putter
The White Hot OG putters feature a two-part urethane insert that offers the original White Hot formulation, feel, sound and performance that have made it the most-played and most-decorated insert of all time. Finely milled with a rich silver PVD finish, the putters come in a variety of shapes and sizes to satisfy players who prefer blades or mallets.
TaylorMade SIM2 family
TaylorMade Golf is launching the all-new SIM2 family of drivers, fairways, hybrids and irons, following up on the launch of the first set of SIMs introduced last year. But there’s a lot more to the new SIM2 as TaylorMade has completely reconstructed the way it builds clubs.
PING G425 family
The new lineup of G425 clubs from PING is led by the three drivers – the MAX, the LST for spin, and the SFT for a draw bias. There are matching fairway metals, a set of irons, and a crossover club that is designed to fill gaps in your bag with long iron-like performance.
Cobra RADSPEED metalwoods and irons
The Cobra RADSPEED family of metal woods and irons utilizes radial weighting technology to deliver the perfect balance of ultra-low spin, fast ball speeds, and extreme forgiveness.
Mizuno M Craft Putters
Three new putter shapes join the Mizuno M.CRAFT line that was first introduced in 2020. There’s the M.CRAFT IV (a deep square back), the V (a deep mallet), and the VI (a winged mallet). The putters come in three striking finishes with an additional weight kit to adjust to a variety of putting conditions.
Mizuno ST drivers
The culmination of Mizuno’s three-year rapid-fire driver development project has delivered the all-new STZ and STX. The STX offers a high-draw bias, while the STZ is geared for more straight-line ball flight.
Srixon ZX family
The ZX family of clubs from Srixon has been born, and it includes three new drivers, four fairway metals, two sets of irons, and a utility long iron. The woods feature a new Rebound Frame that provides more recoil and energy into the golf ball at impact.
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