The new year is here, and for golfers that means all new drivers for 2023. Last year TaylorMade shook up the golf world with the release of the Stealth Driver. The carbon face was a revelation and the golfing world took notice. It wasn’t all great reviews for the Stealth though. Hitting is slightly off center would result is some pretty horrific shots. The elite players of the world love the club, the “weekend warriors” have different feelings. Now that that the other manufacturers have seen the success TaylorMade felt in 2022, they’ve hopped on the carbon train for 2023. The PGA Merchandise Show 2023 is January 23rd and 24th in Orlando. All manufacturers will have their 2023 line available at that time. But you don’t need to go to Orlando to see all of the new drivers for 2023.
Keep scrolling to see the new golf equipment for 2023 along with review videos and what the manufactures are saying about their new products. Callaway introduced a new line for 2023. For the past five years Callaway has stuck with different versions of Epic, X-Hot, and Mavrik, and Big Bertha. They introduce the Paradym in 2023 that features, you guessed it, carbon. This is not available to the public until January 13th, but we saw it in the bag for Sentury Tournament of Champions winner Jon Rahm. In addition to TaylorMade and Callaway all the other “big boy” manufactures have new drivers coming out in 2023. Ping, Cobra, Titlist, and Srixon have new drivers for 2023. Here’s what we know so far.