We’re all enjoying the Tour Championship and Portugal Masters but everyone’s minds are on the Ryder Cup at Le Golf National next week.

Especially Sergio Garcia and Partick Reed who have been using special Ryder Cup putters this week.

Ryder Cup putters

Garcia’s Toulon Design Rose Gold Atlanta model has yellow and gold stars to mark each year he has been a player or vice-captain at the event.

Ryder Cup putters

Patrick Reed, who is a free agent when it comes to his clubs, has been testing out a custom model from Scotty Cameron.

This ‘Tour Only’ Tour Rat model has Captain America stamped on the heel and toe pads – obviously.

Ryder Cup putters

But seeing as we still have a week to go before the 2018 matches get underway let’s take a look at some of the new equipment releases you may have missed.

Callaway launch ‘Tactical’ Mack Daddy 4 wedge

These wedges have a new, military green raw PVD finish and the overall ‘Tactical’ look is enhanced with a Black PVD Face.

Mack Daddy 4

There’s also milled black medallions that affect CG placement, a black limited-edition True Temper Tour Issue 115 shaft and Lamkin UTX Grip, with contrasting green detailing.

Read our review of the Mack Daddy 4 wedges here.

SRP: £149

More information can be found on the Callaway website.

Ecco add new autumn colours to Biom Hybrid 3

The Ecco Biom Hybrid 3 have been one of the best performing models we have tested in 2018.

Ecco Biom hybrid 3

And they’ve been absolutely flying off the shelves in the pro shops.

So to build on the success Ecco have added some new colours as we head into autumn and winter.

Ecco Biom hybrid 3

Don’t worry, they are protected with Gore-Tex lining to keep your feet 100 per cent dry.

Read our review of the Biom Hybrid 3 here.

SRP: £190/£205 (BOA)

More information can be found on the Ecco website.

Cobra introduce new F-Max Superlite range

Cobra FMax superlite

Cobra say their new F-Max Superlite woods are their easiest to hit – ever.

Building on the success of the original F-MAX family, first introduced in 2017, the new drivers and fairway are significantly lighter offering more club speed, distance and easier launch.

They’ve also added some new irons and hybrids to the range which are also incredibly light and easy to hit.

Cobra F-Max irons

More information can be found on the Cobra website.