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Performance and great value from PowerBilt Air Foil metals
November 17, 2010

Building on the success of its revolutionary nitrogen-charged Air Foil Driver, PowerBilt is bringing the Air Foil 3-wood and Rescue Clubs to the UK market, promising significant increases in distance, forgiveness and accuracy, especially for golfers with slower swing speeds.

In common with the Air Foil Driver, these new clubs from PowerBilt are designed for a slower swing speed - that means the vast majority of amateur golfers.

The heads of the PowerBilt 3-wood and rescue clubs are supported with pressurised Nitrogen enabling the use of an incredibly thin club face. This in turn allows golfers with average swing speeds to get the maximum C.O.R and Smash factor allowed by the rules of golf, a benefit previously only ever seen by those with the highest swing speeds when using traditional clubs. (Watch a video of this technology)

The PowerBilt nitrogen-charged Air Foil 3-wood The PowerBilt nitrogen-charged Air Foil Hybrid
The PowerBilt nitrogen-charged Air Foil
The PowerBilt nitrogen-charged Air Foil Hybrid

This unique development from PowerBilt is a huge advantage to the average golfer. Where a driver may have been necessary a 3-wood will now suffice, where a 3-iron was needed a #4 rescue will get you there. With the extra loft and forgiveness that using a shorter club provides, the PowerBilt range offers the additional benefit of reduced dispersion from off-centre hits, because the face has no solid supports behind it that can cause hot or dead spots. Pressurised Nitrogen provides balanced support across the whole face, allowing more consistent flex on impact, leading to off-centre hits being forgiven much more easily.

The Air Foil 3-wood has a 15° face angle and is priced at an incredible RRP of just £99.

The Rescue Clubs are available in #4 (23°) and #5 (26°) face angles at only £89. Great value for money.

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