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Lynx help ladies get started in the game
by Carly Frost
September 26, 2013

At the entry-level of the game, Lynx are catering for the lady golfer who is new to the fairways this autumn with their brand new Crystal line of clubs. Designed for total ease-of-use at a price-point that won't break the bank when you are just learning to play, the Lynx Crystal selection includes a driver, fairway woods, matching hybrids and irons.

The Crystal driver has a striking deep purple clubhead that's made from a powerful Beta Titanium with the maximum 460cc size allowed and a generous 12.5 degrees of loft to make it really easy to get tee shots airborne. It's fitted with an ultra-light ladies flex shaft in the same plum purple as standard, but as with all Lynx clubs, if you are stronger than the average lady player the beauty is you can have your woods custom built with the exact shaft specifications to suit your swing speed and characteristics.

The complementing Crystal fairway woods are made from stainless steel and are designed for easy playability. They come in two loft options - 3-wood ( 16°) and 5-wood (21°). The hybrids have an offset head design to make it easy to square up for straighter shots and versatility from all lies and come in three loft options - 3 ( 21°), 4 (24°) and 5 (27°).

Completing the line-up for your golf bag are the Lynx Crystal irons, a set with a blend of hollow long irons for effortless use and forgiveness and deep cavity mid irons for penetrating shots.

Driver £119, Fairway woods £69, Hybrids £69, Irons (5-SW) £285,

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