Three years, three months and six days. That’s how long golfers have had to wait for the introduction of the next iteration of Callaway’s Apex and Apex Pro irons as well as its player’s-style Apex hybrid.
The update to Callaway’s PM Grind wedge involved a collection of subtle and not-so-subtle tweaks, about what you would expect when you combine the input of one of golf’s most legendary wedge players with one of the game’s most legendary wedge designers.
Callaway’s lineup of new balls for 2019 are a reminder that as compelling as tour-played golf balls might be, there are a lot more golfers who aren’t tour players and those golfers just might need a different kind of ball.
The new TaylorMade TP5 and TP5x balls continue the company’s technological heritage of using a five-layer construction to optimise launch, spin and speed specifically for the requirements of wood, iron and wedge in your bag. But the latest iteration’s upgrade focuses on the layer just below the cover.
The new TaylorMade M5 and M6 drivers, the flagship products of the company’s new lineup of metalwoods that also includes fairway woods and hybrids, are about many things, but mostly they’re about being so fast they’re just this side of illegal.
TaylorMade's M5 and M6 drivers, set to be officially unveiled to the world on Thursday (US time), already made their existence legal with the ruling bodies with their appearance this week on the USGA list of conforming clubheads.