Best golf equipment for professionals

If you are an amateur golf player there’s no point in spending thousands of pounds of professional equipment unless you really want to make those companies very happy. We’ll talk about the best models of clubs and balls because after all, these are the 2 most important items when you’re out there on the course.

Clubs

Here are the best 3 drivers: the Callaway Big Berta Fusion ($400), the Callaway GBB Epic/Sub Zero ($500) and the Cobra King F7/F7+ ($350/$400). The Big Bertha Fusion is very light because it comprises several pieces of light carbon composite plus a crown made of a material that’s 65% lighter than titanium. This is said to be the most stable driver in Callaway’s history.

The GBB Epic and the Sub Zero use a titanium frame with carbon composite panels. Extra structural stability was added by placing 2 bars inside the head that stretch from the crown to the sole.

And last, the Cobra King sets up neutral and doesn’t look hooked at all. The oversize F7 and the compact F7+, both of them come in only one head that adjusts to different lofts. The clubs also have adjustable weights that fits in 3 ports.

If you’re looking for some super game improvement irons, take a look at the Callaway Big Bertha OS, the Cobra King Oversize and the Ping GMax ($900).

Balls

Taking a look at what top players use should be a good indication of quality golf balls. For example, Tiger Woods uses the Nike One Platinum. Camilo Villegas from Colombia uses the Titleist Pro V1 while Robert Karlsson from Sweden prefers the Titleist Pro V1x. Padraig Harrington also likes the Titleist Pro V1x. Henrik Stenson who’s also from Sweden goes with the Srixon Z-Star X just like the Fiji national Vijay Singh.