A clubface with 3-level thickness deviation crafted with innovative concept and technology

Although possibly not as noticeable as drivers that have become visibly larger, the evolution of irons has been remarkable over the past few years.

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How to put more spin on approach shots

Putting spin on approach shots and stopping the ball on the green is a dream technique of many amateur golfers.

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The strong correlation between clubhead shape and strong trajectory

The year 2008 was a pivotal one for drivers, with important regulations for clubhead volume and shaft length added, as well as rules set for the repulsion coefficient. The clubhead volume can no longer be designed to exceed 460cc since then under the rules.

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An easy, authentic wedge that can be used similarly as irons

Perhaps wedges create the biggest difference between golf in the 20th century and in the 21st century.

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The repulsion coefficient and forged cup faces

The compression and decompression of clubfaces was capped by the rules in 2008. The rules are referred to as the SLE (Spring-Like Effect) rules because of the "springing back" function of the face.

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