10 March 2014
Putting coach Harold Swash has joined forces with UK-owned Lynx Golf to launch an exciting new range of putters.
Orlimar Golf Company introduces the Tour3 irons, a progressive iron set designed to give golfers the feel of a forged iron.
TaylorMade has announced the release of Tour Preferred and Tour Preferred X: two tour-caliber golf balls that promise complete tee-to-green performance.
GolfBuddy revealed new products at the 2014 PGA Merchandise Show, including the world's first golf GPS wristband.
SkyGolf introduced the new LINX GPS golf watch and TOUCH GPD handset at the Orlando PGA Show.
To kick-start the creation of Nike Golf's new line of hybrids, Nike engineers re-examined the range of metal woods that golfers have in their bags.
Master Craftsman Scotty Cameron introduces the new Select and GoLo putters - with precisely crafted looks, sound, feel and balance.
South African publication Compleat Golfer has announced that it is set to launch a free interactive, mobile guide to all golf courses in the country.
GPS evolution rolls on - at a dizzy, ever-increasing pace.
Golf & Girls (G&G) have partnered with Britain's sexiest golfer, Sophie Horn, to launch a range of golf novelty towels.
- Woods still battling back problems
- Wire-to-wire win for Reed
- Hadley claims maiden PGA Tour win
- Matsuyama apologises to Poulter
- Park takes Mission Hills honours
- Reed leads as Tiger makes his move
- Woods finally tames Blue Monster
- Hadley holds narrow lead
- Poulter slams Matsuyama
- Park comes to the fore
- Brutal day at Doral
A look at some of the impressive golf courses on offer in the south of Wales. Go to Gallery
Ian Botham, Allan Lamb, Mark Boucher and company in action at the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship. Go to Gallery