The hottest new clubs available at Fairway Jockey for 2023
On the heels of the 2023 PGA Merchandise Show, we’ve seen a pile of new equipment innovations and products sure to please the masses in 2023. Atop the list are a few perennial equipment stalwarts that bring new iterations of previous models as well as some all new club designs, each of which are available right now for pre-order on Fairway Jockey (GOLF.com’s sister company).
All new for 2023 is the complete line of Paradym clubs from Callaway Golf. The driver features an industry-first 360 Carbon Chassis that according to Callaway “eliminates titanium from the body to push weight and stability to the limit.” It comes in three models, the standard Paradym that blends distance and forgiveness, the Paradym X for added forgiveness and draw bias, and the Paradym Triple Diamond for a lower launch and more workability.
Additionally, the Paradym series offers Paradym fairway woods and Paradym hybrids that borrow much of the same technology found in the driver, as well as the all-new Paradym irons that feature an A.I. designed Forged 455 Face with an all-new Speed Frame. They’re considered irons designed for golfers who are looking for a players’ distance iron with a refined shape and premium forging.
Callaway Paradym Driver
The new Aerojet line from Cobra is specifically designed to provide golfers added clubhead speed for more distance off the tee as well as from the fairway. The all-new driver design comes in three ways: the standard Aerojet for optimal distance and forgiveness, the Aerojet Max for added forgiveness and optional draw bias and the Aerojet LS, designed for a lower spin launch.
Additional products in the category include Aerojet fairway woods that also come in three models that mirror the performance attributes of the aforementioned three drivers, Aerojet hybrids and the all-new, long-hitting Aerojet irons.
The latest from Ping, the G430 Series features four new driver models with adjustable weighting that are designed to help different types of golfs hit longer and straighter tee shots. The G430 Max is an all-around forgiveness/distance driver with improved sound and feel; the G430 SFT has added draw bias; the G430 LST is the low-spinning option for added workability; and, the G430 HL is a high-launch option design for slower swing speeds (HL not available on Fairway Jockey).
The G430 line also includes G430 Max fairway woods, G430 hybrids and the all-new G430 irons designed with a lower CG, stronger lofts and a thinner face that deliver faster ball speed and significant distance gains without compromising forgiveness.
Ping G430 Max
The new Stealth 2 line from TaylorMade includes revisions to make it even easier to hit the ball further and straighter than ever. The driver comes three ways, leading with the standard Stealth 2 which includes a new carbon face design and added carbon on the clubhead for greater performance. The other models include the Stealth 2 Plus+ with a sliding weight track for trajectory tuning, and the Stealth 2 HD (also available in women’s) for a higher launch with added draw bias.
TaylorMade Stealth 2
The latest ZX irons from Srixon come in three all-new designs, including a newly configured utility iron. The ZX4 Mk II irons have a sleek, narrow look at address, plus a premium forged feel. Behind that clean aesthetic is maximum forgiveness plus powerful distance, all thanks to its hollow head design and extra-strong lofts. The ZX5 Mk II irons blend razor-sharp looks, power, and playability with a premium forged feel, advanced ball speed, and distance technology. And, the ZX7 Mk II irons feature tour-preferred looks and the pure feel of a premium blade with a compact shape, narrow topline, single-piece forging, and narrow sole. Finally, the ZX Mk II Utility replacement long Irons offer every player—even tour pros—more long-game power, control, and forgiveness in a blade-like design with minimal offset and narrow toplines.
Srixon ZX5 Mk II
The new King irons from Cobra come in three new varieties to cater to the player who wants forged feel with added performance. The King Tour irons feature a 5-step forged construction, a compact tour cavity back shape, and a TPU insert deliver soft feel with excellent feedback that skilled players demand. The King CB are also 5-step forged but come in a more traditional cavity-back shape for the optimal blend of feel with forgiveness. Third is the King MB, a 5-step forged muscleback for the ultimate in shotmaking capabilities.
Cobra King Tour Irons
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