Featuring a technology that can improve roll, regardless of your stroke's attack angle into the ball. There are small stainless steel protrusions on the face insert "hinge" at impact to lift the ball and reduce skidding for a true topspin roll. There's also a thermoplastic elastomer layer to sweeten feel, and Versa alignment technology to improve aim.
Forged construction, soft-solid feel and simplistic design come together in a pure players iron that's both workable and forgiving. P770 irons utilize an advanced forging process to create a pure and simple head shape that appeals to the better player’s eye.
Dustin Johnson and World number 1 Jason Day are huge fans of the M range but here they get their first glimpse of the new 2017 M Driver range...
Their Most Forgiving Driver Ever. The Big Bertha Fusion Driver is a material change in forgiveness and distance, led by our revolutionary titanium Exo-Cage and ultralight triaxial carbon crown, with a new and innovative shape, and industry-leading aerodynamics.
The New Titleist 917 drivers & fairways have been designed to deliver the most complete performance in the game today. They provide increased speed for more distance, even on off-centre hits, along with the capability for precise customisation so every player can get the most out of every drive.
The purest, most solid feeling JPX iron in the line. Grain Flow Forged using 1025E Pure Select mild carbon steel, the JPX900 Tour combines authentic Mizuno feedback with advanced stability - from weight pushed to the Power Frame’s extreme points.
The new JPX900 series is made of 3 models - the JPX900 Tour, JPX900 Forged and the JPX900 Hot Metal. All of which use a different metal, best matched to the performance intention of each iron. Chris Voshall from Mizuno R&D gives an insight to why.
Golf is a game of small margins. Incremental changes, quarter of a second faster, half a meter further or just trying to get that extra bit of performance. To be custom fit, for Justin Rose, makes everything else he is doing worthwhile because he knows the equipment is going to follow suit.