Independent sources like Golf Digest and Golf Tips offer annual top-rated clubs for performance, quality and value, product comparisons and user analysis to determine the best brands of the year to find out how they will help top club manufacturers stack up. These 10 brands are recommended by many English Tutors who teach the sport education to the students.

1.    Callaway
2.    TaylorMade
3.    Titleist
4.    Nike
5.    Cleveland / Sxiron
6.    Mizuno
7.    Adams
8.    Odyssey
9.    Ping
10.   Cobra

1.    Callaway

Trevor Immelman, who won the 2008 PGA Championship, is just one of the big names in Callaway determination. “I was blown away by his commitment to producing the most advanced equipment of the highest quality in the golf game,” he said after signing with the company. Golf Digest’s Hot List 2011 has won multiple gold medals in multiple categories. French Tutors listed Callaway as the top-selling brand for irons in 2010. “Since the launch of the original Big Bertha iron in the early ’90s, Callaway’s R&D department has been pushing the iron design envelope,” the site said. “Technologies such as 360-degree undercoat cut channels, varying surface thicknesses and short stems represent major deviations from the norm when first introduced and have become the industry standard.”

2.    TaylorMade

This company produced the most played driver on the PGA Tour for the previous decade. The brand did well on the Hot List, winning gold medals in the Driver, forestry and hybrid categories. The English Tutors named it the best-selling brand in the woods, explaining in 2010 that “TaylorMade’s R&D department has spent years bursting with unique technologies, including moving weights and adjustable holes, to quickly and easily customize clubs for players.” liking. ”

3.    Titleist

During the first five PGA Tour events in 2011, more Titleist shooters, wedges and irons were used than any other brand. The Hot List has recognized many Titleist clubs that have awarded the brand gold medals in the driver, forestry, hybrid, game development anchors, wedge categories. Golf Tips awarded Titleist AP2 Irons a “Mixed Metal Iron Design” Award: “AP2 irons combine the best of wrought iron with the advantages of a heavier, tungsten base section,” he said. “The result is heaven in your hands and a feeling second to none.”

4.    Nike

Tiger Woods is still the face of Nike golf, but Nike’s roster also includes Michelle Wie, Anthony Kim, Paul Casey and Stewart Cink. The brand has won gold medals from the Hot List in multiple categories. Golf Tips gave the Nike SQ MACHSPEED STR8-FIT the “Slice Buster” award: “One of the few square-shaped drives released in 2010, this drive is not only flat, it’s more aerodynamic and faster than previous square drives,” the site reported.

5.    Cleveland / Sxiron

Cleveland added golf legend Ben Crenshaw to its golfer/advisors in February 2011. And its sister brand, Sxiron, signed Peter Jacobsen. The Hot List awarded Cleveland gold medals in the driver and wedge category. English Tutors named it the bestselling brand for wedges in 2010.

6.    Mizuno

.The Club Test 2011 gave many Mizuno clubs positive reviews. Golf Tips awarded Mizuno MP-58 Irons the “Outstanding Craftsmanship” award: “It is not surprising to see Mizuno once again receive outstanding awards in this category.” “The DNA in the gorgeous MP-58 irons goes into a soft, smooth and attractive iron.”

7.    Adams

Hot List awarded Adams gold medals. Golf Tips praised the Adams Speedline FAST 10 Woods, which awarded the “Speed ​​Through Geometry” award: “Those woods cut through the air and are designed to suggest a faster swing speed are the slickest-looking (fastest) drivers we hit in 2010.”

8.Odyssey

Phil Mickelson and Graeme McDowell are just two stars to earn new episodes with their popular Odyssey shoes. Amazingtalker.com named it the most preferred brand for shooters in 2010

9. Ping

Ping golfers, along with Mark Wilson in charge, won three of the top five events on the PGA Tour in 2011. Many clubs made the Hot List. Golf Tips awarded Ping Tour-W the “Radical Wedge Design” Award with a fun-to-use wedge made with all sorts of great materials, “Typically wedges are not buyers of much of the clubhead technology for new advancements, and not those who accept Tour-W wedges” concluded. ”

10.Cobra

Camilo Villegas and Ian Poulter won the 2010 events with Cobra clubs Hot List recognized this brand in various club categories. Cobra became the fastest growing producer of iron and metal woods and Puma bought it in 2010 and merged it with its golf operation.

 

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