This is an article from the April 9, 2012 issue
FOR THE MASTERS
"I'm always looking to change something to get an advantage. If you make even a subtle change, it can salvage you a stroke here or there and make the difference."
Razr Fit (9.5°, adjusted to 8°)
Diamana 'ahina (XX flex)
2. FAIRWAY METALS
Razr Fit (15° and 18°)
Fubuki K (X flex)
Callaway Razr X Forged (four-iron); Razr X Muscle Back (five-iron through PW)
Tour (V.2 flex)
Callaway X Series Jaws, vintage finish (52°, 60°, 64°)
SHAFTS: True Temper
Project X 7.0
Callaway Hex Black Tour
Golf Pride Black and White
Nike gave its Concept putter a face-lift for Augusta
OVER THE LAST few years Nike has rolled out special editions of certain clubs and shoes to go with particular events, such as Union Jack--styled shoes for the British Open and a Ryder Cup--stamped putter, to name a few. This week the company has put out a version of its Method Concept putter in shades of green and yellow that shout "Masters." The shades are eye-catching, but the Concept doesn't need much help getting attention. It has a distinctive appearance and an interesting technology story.
The high-density steel arm moves the center of gravity low and back.
From above, the head has the look of a blade with the stability of a mallet.
The lightweight aluminum face reduces mass up front and provides distinct feedback even as the polymer insert dampens vibration.