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Palm Springs launch E2i white wood range
August 24, 2011

Palm SpringsPalm Springs , the golf brand that unveiled an incredible £14.99 driver earlier this year is about to rock the market again - with the sensational new white E2i driver for just £39.99.

And with fairway woods and rescue clubs to match, any golfer can now benefit from the year's hottest development in golf club design without spending a small fortune!

Here's a more detailed look at the superb new Palm Springs E2i white collection:

E2i Driver £39.99: Lofts: 10.5 degree; Options: men's right hand.

Continuing the alignment-aiding trend for white woods, the E21 Driver features a fetching white, non-glare crown with aerodynamic head shape and deep 2.25" black clubface.

Everything about the club is designed to help the beginner or improving player - the oversized 460cc Titanium Matrix head provides maximum forgiveness and explosive power. The lightweight, precision-balanced graphite shaft helps to generate increased clubhead speed.

This superlight head, combined with a huge sweetspot and high Moment of Inertia (MOI), leads to more reliable and straighter drives, even on off-centre hits. A high-modulus graphite shaft has been designed with game-improvers in mind and provides easy energy transfer from the swing into the ball via its strategically placed kick-point.

E2i Fairway Woods £29.99: Lofts - 3 wood; Options - men's right hand

This is an extremely lightweight club with inbuilt low-drag aerodynamics to inspire a smooth swing and crisp contact.

White grooves built into the black face mean aligning the club to the ball on the tee or fairway is made simpler than ever. Meanwhile, the pure high-modulus graphite shaft is precision-balanced and gives wonderful feel, power and forgiveness.

E2i Hybrids £19.99: Lofts 3 (18º), 4 (21º), 5 (24º). Options - men's right hand

Easy to hit, easy to line-up by virtue of its white colour - the Palm Springs E2i Hybrids inspire confidence on the course for the golfer who struggles to hit long irons.

The dual crown design of the hybrids' stainless steel head is larger than most comparable rescue clubs clubheads, with an expanded 'footprint' that deliver a higher MOI for incredible forgiveness.

The centre of gravity has been repositioned lower and this leads to higher and longer launches, perfect for taking on long par threes. Add the low-torque modulus graphite shaft and all weather grip and you have a hybrid that looks and plays like a gem.

Palm Springs Golf is revolutionising the budget end of the golf equipment market with a range of good-quality, low-priced gear that plays well but simply won't break the bank.

With the E2i white range, Palm Springs have again demonstrated that it's possible to bring the very latest in golf club technology and design to golfers without it costing them hundreds of pounds to buy.

All Palm Springs Visa clubs are available with next day delivery from leading e-tailer .


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