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Posted March 6, 2017 in Products and Brands by Tom Brassell
Now is a great time to be a golfer as some of the game’s best equipment is hitting Worldwide Golf Shops stores following the PGA Golf Show in Orlando, Florida, at the end of January. Whether you’re looking for a new driver, wedge or putter, there’s plenty of bling to swing. Here’s a sampling of some of the products producing a high level of excitement:
O-WORKS PUTTERS FROM ODYSSEY
Odyssey Golf’s latest line of O-Works putters feature a technology called Microhinge, which consists a 304 stainless steel Hinge Plate backed by a soft thermoplastic elastomer inner layer. Every insert goes through a rigorous 23-step production process. The proprietary insert is designed to gently flex and rebound at impact to produce forward spin, which is critical to rolling the ball accurately.
MACK DADDY FORGED WEDGES BY CALLAWAY
Designed by Roger Cleveland, the new ultra-premium, Mack Daddy wedge from Callaway delivers the ultimate in satisfying feel and response. With an appealing new shape and forged from soft 1025c steel, the club is less oﬀset with a straighter leading edge, meaning it looks like it can deliver. More importantly, it does.
CALLAWAY GREAT BIG BERTHA EPIC DRIVERS
The latest iteration of the Big Bertha Driver is here – the Great Big Bertha Epic and Great Big Bertha Epic Sub Zero drivers. Both the Epic and Epic Sub Zero are outfitted with the company’s new Jailbreak ball speed technology, which creates an innovative working relationship between the face, crown and sole to promote faster ball speed across more of the face. That translates into much more distance off the tee.
TAYLORMADE M1 AND M2 DRIVERS
TaylorMade drivers were used by more winners on the PGA Tour in 2016 than any other brand, and were recently put into play by Tiger Woods. The updates the company has given the latest version of its metal woods has put some of that tour player performance into the hands of everyday golfers. By enhancing its materials and design, TaylorMade says its M1 and M2 drivers deliver improved launch conditions, increased personalization and more forgiveness.
Republished with permission from SoCal Golf Insider