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Forgan launches new iHY hybrid irons set
August 18, 2011

ForganLegendary golf clubmakers Forgan of St Andrews have unveiled the ultimate set of irons for game improvers and golfers who struggle with consistency and accuracy.

The iHy is the company's first-ever combination hybrid-iron set, which completely replaces difficult-to-hit 3-6 long irons with high-quality hybrid rescue clubs.

Added to that, the top grade stainless steel 7-SW irons which complete the set all feature ultra-forgiving deep cavity backs and wide soles, designed to get the ball in the air even on off centre hits and give the golfer extra power, accuracy and consistency.

And with advanced perimeter weighting and high MOI, the set is the most forgiving ever made by the company, which has been at the forefront of golf club manufacturing innovation since 1860.

Said Forgan CEO, Simon Millington: "Throughout our history, we've been successful for continually innovating and building clubs that meet the needs of golfers.

"This dates right the way back to the 1800s, where the sides of the 17th fairway at St Andrews were lined with our imported hickory, drying out before being crafted into shafts.

"The iHy set continues to break the mould."

The 3-SW Forgan iHy set is available in right-hand and left-hand models with a huge range of custom-fit options.

Golfers can choose from the stock premium Apollo steel shafts to a higher-grade Forgan SL Superlight 58gram or Dynamic Gold shaft, select from four shaft flexes, 10 different length settings and three grip options - including a matching green and black Golf Pride MCC grip.

All Forgan woods, irons, utility clubs, wedges and putters are available in custom fit options - with the golfer completing an easy website process to create their own perfect custom-fit profile before going on to order the clubs online.

Priced just £179.99 at www.forgan.co.uk the Forgan iHy hybrid irons set represents incredible value, especially when stacked against the cost of buying replacement hybrids as so many golfers do when they struggle to hit longer irons.

Added Millington: "Rather than supply a set with long irons, which are the hardest to hit for beginners and intermediates and are often replaced with rescue clubs anyway, we replace them upfront with easy to hit hybrids.

"This not only helps the golfer's game, but avoids any future expenditure on buying rescues."

For more details visit www.forgan.co.uk

Forgan of St Andrews is the world's oldest clubmaking brand and last year celebrated its 150th anniversary. The company is now owned by renowned sports e-tailers, Sports PLC, and is at the forefront of personalised club fitting having pioneered a full online custom fitting service in the UK via www.forgan.co.uk and the USA, through www.forgangolf.com





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