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Snake Eyes Python XLD woods & irons, from Golfsmith
by Dominic Pedler
July, 2011

With its precision ‘bead’ welding manufacturing process that saves some 8-10 grammes compared with traditional welding, the XLD woods redistribute the weight within the head for optimal launch dynamics and forgiveness. The same Dynamically Optimized CT face technology as the 685 makes for a lively hitting surface ensuring high ball speed of the tee, while the Aerotech Hoop Wind graphite shaft is designed to eliminate unwanted clubhead oscillation during the swing; Guide: £189.

Meanwhile the Python XLD irons have deep cavities and extreme heeltoe perimeter weighting to help higher handicappers get the ball in the air. Guide: £399 (4-SW). Both woods and irons are hand-PUREd by Golfsmith before assembly in a special procedure claimed to improve on off-centre hits by some 44%.

For more information visit: www.golfsmitheurope.co.uk





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