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Power and forgiveness - the new VMS Series from Yonex
November 19, 2010

FootJoyThe new 2011 Yonex VMS Series of woods, irons and hybrids provides forgiving, effortless power at excellent prices

WOODS

The VMS Ladies' Driver features Isometric Face Technology for maximum performance across the entire face. The deepening of the face at both toe and heel creates a larger sweet spot, generating more power and forgiveness across the entire hitting surface.

The VMS Driver and Fairway Woods feature the Inner Weight System and V-Slot Technology that helps to position weight deeper in the club, lowering the Centre of Gravity and creating a higher launch angle. This in turn reduces side spin that causes slicing, and creates optimum back spin for a distance enhancing trajectory.

The Yonex VMS Ladies Driver The Yonex VMS Ladies Fairway Wood
The Yonex VMS Ladies Driver The Yonex VMS Ladies Fairway Wood

The matching fairway woods feature an ultra thin Maraging steel face. The thinner face allows weight to be repositioned around the hitting area for greater forgiveness on off-centre hits, whilst the 2-Way Round Sole allows a clean ball strike whatever the lie.

The VMS Wood Series (ladies only, for the moment) comes with the new lightweight, Hi-Stability Yonex HS700 graphite shaft, featuring CFS (Centrifugal Force System) technology for maximum energy transfer through the ball and a solid feel through the strike.

The VMS Driver comes in 12° & 14° lofts, with a ladies' graphite shaft, at a RRP of £159. The VMS Fairway Woods come in #3 (18°), #5 (21°) and #7 (24°), with ladies' graphite shafts, at a RRP of £129.

IRONS

The Yonex VMS IronEffortless power and forgiveness, that's the promise from Yonex with the new VMS iron.

Featuring V-Con Core technology situated behind the ultra thin 3mm face, the Elastomer sandwich helps generate maximum power whilst reducing unwanted vibrations for greater feel.

The VMS iron also features the new Power Weight System, a progressive weighting system which repositions weight in the cavity throughout the set for optimum performance.

In the longer irons (#4 and #5) the weight is positioned towards the heel to reduce the tendency to slice. The mid irons #6 &#7 have neutral weighting to facilitate solid, accurate ball striking, whilst the short irons #8-SW have weight positioned towards the toe to reduce the tendency to hook the ball.

The VMS ladies' irons are powered by the same Yonex HS700 graphite shaft as the woods, with CFS technology for maximum energy transfer through the ball and a solid feel, and come in 4-SW, at a RRP of £549.

For men, VMS irons come with either the Yonex HS700 graphite shaft, in Stiff, Regular (incl. Left Hand) and Super Light, 4-SW, at a RRP of £549, or with steel shafts in Stiff and Regular (incl. Left Hand), 4-SW, at a RRP of £399.

The Yonex VMS HybridHYBRIDS

The new VMS hybrid has been developed to fit seamlessly into the VMS iron set, allowing long irons to be replaced by more forgiving and powerful hybrids.

Complementing the VMS irons, they offer golfers the effortless power and forgiveness that characterise these easy to hit clubs.

The VMS Hybrid features a thin yet powerful face for extra yards whilst the 2-way round sole allows a clean ball strike whatever the lie. Forgiveness is further enhanced by the progressive off-set through the range.

The hybrids all use the same Yonex HS700 graphite shaft as the VMS irons and woods and have a RRP of £89 each.

For ladies, they are available as #3 (20°), #4 (23°), #5 (26°) and #6 (29°), and for men as #3(20°) and #4(23°) in Stiff, Regular (incl. Left Hand) and Super Light, and #5 (26°) in Regular (incl. Left Hand) and Super Light.

For further information on all Yonex golf produts visit www.yonex.co.uk





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