I'm teeing up this unpopular opinion for all to see - I love yellow golf balls. And I'm hardly alone in my thinking.
Senior Writer Mike Bailey sits down with a former rocket scientist to discuss golf equipment and clubfitting
Mickelson and Yonex, Couples and Lynx: Those marriages are long over, but the brands are back in the game
Wilson finds a resurgence; Etonic and Hogan could be back in the groove again, too
Training aids can cover just about all aspects of the swing, from path and positioning to speed, short game and, of course, putting. Ideally, if you're looking to improve, you should take a lesson, and then get a training aid or two your instructor recommends.
From tech gadgets to snazzy shoes, here are a few ideas
Need a Christmas gift suggestion for the golfer on your list? Asking these questions will help you find just the right item this holiday season
Cotton and polyester are *so* 1998. These golf apparel companies are using some less traditional materials in their products.
After a six-week review period that recently ended, the USGA and R&A announced on Monday a new interpretation of Rule 4.3 that limits the size and scale of detailed putting maps that players may use during a round.
Are you playing a driver built for the pros or your game? Mike Bailey put the new Teeless Driver, which promises forgiveness and distance for amateurs, to the test.