Callaway Golf recently released a new line of Big Bertha B21 woods and irons, both designed with the slicer in mind. The woods feature a slight offset with heel weighting, while the irons feature more offset and wider soles. Both woods and irons feature club faces designed by artificial intelligence.

Titleist Golf is introducing new drivers and fairways woods in the form of TSi2 and TSi3 models. The TSi2 is designed for straight performance while the TSi3 is designed to be more workable.

Mizuno Golf recently launched its JPX 921 series of irons. The JPX series have more forgiveness than the traditional MP series. Models include the Hot Metal, Hot Metal Pro, Forged, and Tour.

Ping Golf will soon bring to market its G425 line of drivers and fairway woods. They will be the most forgiving woods in Ping’s history, and will come with Arccos Caddie Smart Grip and Smart Sensor technology.

Tour Edge, the company with “the most bang for your buck,” will have its new 521 line of woods and irons available in November.

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