The Ping G5 driver may now be fairly old and there might be some great new models on the market, but this 12 degree club continues to serve me well.
Golf Monthly caught up with Sweden's Peter Hedblom to ask every golf fanatic's favourite question, 'What's in the bag?'
A review of the mallet Odyssey Teron White Hot XG putter in the hands of a mid-handicapper from the Golf Monthly Office
A review of the Ping Rapture V2 fairway wood in the hands of a 17-handicapper, who has found reaching the green in two on par 5s impossible...until now.
Jackson Almond, who plays off a handicap of five, gives his verdict on his wedges - the Ping Tour-W. Read Jackson's blog and discover whether this is a club that…
What one of Golf Monthly's higher handicappers thinks of the Ben Sayers Benny hybrid
Christopher Smith gives us his opinion on the Ping G10 driver, a club that has helped him to hit longer and straighter drives.
Keith Wright plays off seven and took the Nike SQ Dymo2 driver out on the course to see how it performed for him.
Grant Duguid plays off six and gives us his equipment blog on the Wilson Staff Di9 irons having taken them out for a round.
Adam Hasell, handicap 3, happily returns after a winter break to give a review of the new Wilson Staff FG59 iron
Thomas Clarke, handicap 18, gives a short review of how he got on with his new Benross VX6 irons as he teed up at Remedy Oak
The Golf Buddy Tour GPS can be used straight out of the box as courses are already preloaded onto the device with the capacity to hold up to 20,000 courses…
The Sureshot 8800 GPS device is a full-colour screen system that is accurate to within one yard and measures distances to the back, front and middle of green as well…
The SkyCaddie SG5 GPS device is the most advanced of SkyCaddies units with a large, outdoor-readable colour screen
The Caddy Aid GPS device features overhead photographs that allow you to calculate distances to anywhere on the course.
The Sonocaddie V300 GPS features an overhead map of the course showing you exactly where you are and gives you distances to hazards and to the green
As well as showing the usual yardages to the front, centre and middle of the green the waterproof Golf Logix GPS-8 also gives lay-up distances
The Snooper S280 Shotsaver GPS is a multipurpose touch-screen device that can be used on the golf course as a sat nav
The Bushnell Yardage Pro GPS device is designed specifically for the golfer who simply wants to know the distance to the front, middle and back of the green
The Caddy Lite GPS display gives yardages to the front of the green and shows how far it is to carry up to three primary hazards on each hole