Golf club manufacturers have only one goal: to produce a club that’s light and easy for the average golfer, but packs a wallop. Try these for size
For drivers, look no further than the new, sleek black editions from Callaway and Cleveland. Callaway’s made a giant leap forward with forged composite technology and hits the mark with the new RAZR Hawk Driver, which retails for R2 999.
Cleveland’s CG Black, R3 999, is the lightest driver currently in the market and with the centre of gravity shifted lower and deeper towards the back of the clubhead for a higher launch angle, it’s ideal for players whose swing speed is less than 120km/h.
And good news for higher handicaps needing a new set of irons… After a two-year waiting period, the dual-cavity Titleist 712 AP1 and AP2 have reached our shores. For increased forgiveness and feel, you can’t go wrong with these advanced performance ranges, offering the latest technology in clean, sleek packaging. The 712 AP1 for higher handicaps retails at R6 999 and the AP2, for lower handicaps, costs R8 999.
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