Drivers


Honma’s new low handicap driver – TW737 445!

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The Tour World Honma 445 Driver - There are 4 drivers in the new 737 driver line up the 445, 450 455 and 460 from smallest to largest.  The most obvious differences are that each head has different cg locations,  individual head designs and face structures.  Today we are talking about their low handicap pro level driver the 445.

The new TW737 445 is designed to for reduced spin,  workability and to avoid the left side allowing the hard hitter to go after it.  The cg is high and the face not as deep as most tour clubs which allowed them to add extra forgiveness but expanding it's outer diameter.  Lots of photos and information after the jump...

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TourSpecGolf Now Offers Tour-B’s in Custom Finish Woods & Irons!

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Great news Bridgestone fans TSG is now offering factory customizations on the the Tour-B's from Bridgestone Golf.  This includes a large variety of paint colors for the woods as well as seven different plating options for the irons.  The prices are pretty reasonable woods cost 80 bucks for a new coat of paint and the irons are 35 per head to change the finish.  You also have the option to match grips, ferrules, and paint fill.  Please inquire with [email protected]

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Grandista LS-001 Driver

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Grandista LS-001- The brands second driver release.  For those who are not familiar with Grandista they produce really good drivers and fairway woods.  The owner,  founder and designer Kazutaka Yoshida is a former professional golfer.  At one point he was ranked 3rd - 5th on Japan's long drive championship.

This man doesn't fool around,  he sourced the best DAT55G from Japan by Daido steel co for the face of this new driver.  I've got more for you guys after the jump...

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2016 PRGR RED Driver

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PRGR Red Driver New for 2016 - Pro Gear also known as PRGR has a lot to offer this year.  First they announced the RS series woods, irons, and wedges those were geared toward the better player and now the release of the new Red Series which caters to the slower or smoother swinger.  Today I highlight the driver.

There are two versions of the driver,  the Red which you see here in the photos and the Red-S 9.5.  The S version fills the segment between slower swinger and faster.  What makes this Red special is more than a few things and we will go into it after the jump...

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Miura Giken Hayate Driver

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Introducing the Miura Giken Hayate driver - Recently Miura has been designing new releases based around more forgiveness and distance.  The PP-9005 Genesis irons are a serious departure from their players cavity and blade offerings Miura is so well known for.  The MG-S01 wedge is another offering the brand has produced that caters to the average player and now a new release the MG Hayate driver follows along the same path.  Follow the Jump for more photos and information...

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JBeam 535 Premium Black Driver

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Introducing the Jbeam 535 Premium Black Driver - Jbeam is one of TSG's top selling driver brands.  Known for it's spin reducing and lower launch characteristics.  The most popular Jbeam head right now is the ZY-7 yet it's not for everyone as it caters to those who need to reduce spin and lower their trajectory.  This new 535 Premium Black driver is for those who wish to reduce spin but also want a medium to mid/high trajectory.  It's also more forgiving than the ZY-7.  Follow the Jump to read on...

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PRGR RS-F Driver

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Yesterday we showed you the RS Forged Irons now today the RS-F Driver.  There are two drivers in the RS series the RS and RS-F,  the "F" is the better player model.  Both are 460cc's with the same materials and base technology.  Where the differences are is the "F" has a 56* lie angle which will make many people happy it also has a 3.5* open face angle,  Ok before you run for the door the good news is PRGR measures their face angles different than other brands do.  It looks super square to slightly open and PRGR fans know not to be afraid of this.  Follow the Jump for more...

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Bridgestone Tour-B Series now in the TSG Pro Shop!

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The Bridgestone Tour-B Series Golf Clubs have officially been announced.  While TSG has been posting news of this including in hand photos (here) this new pro line goes straight for the athlete low handicap player.  The first thing to notice is it reminds us a lot of TourStage and for those of you who are new to the Japanese golf scene TourStage is what Bridgestone used to be in Japan and at one time the #1 equipment company in Japan.  Overall the TourStage product was better designed with more features than the Bridgestone gear they would later rebrand to.  Not anymore as these new Tour-B's start off exactly where TourStage left off.  Impressive to say the least.

Another thing to take note of is that there are no adjustable hosels on these clubs,  If you look on Tour most of the players opt for a non adjustable version of a club and this is the case here.  Already all the younger athlete Bridgesteone staffers have switched over to the new line of equipment and as you can see below the bags look stealth too.  I have a quick break down of all the new clubs after the jump...

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