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Thursday, February 9th 2012, 2:49am

Review the Super Hot Golf in 2011

For the golf manufacture, the year of 2011 is important for them. In this year, because all of them create the best golf in the market to satisfy the golfer’s meets. If you don’t believe, I can show you. >Taylormade utilizes its inverted cone technology to expand the sweet area reducing overall loss on off center hits. The multifunctional sole is versatile and made to excel in any lie. R11 Irons feature variable face thickness. >Ping have added extreme perimeter weighting in the deep, multi-cavity back of the irons which makes the 17-4 stainless steel heads highly forgiving. The multi-material cavity badge made with soft elastomer heel and toe sections improves the feel and sound of the club. The Ping G20 irons are designed to hit the ball long with forgiveness and distance control. >Mizuno spent adequate time designing the MP 59 Irons because they seamlessly blended the forgiveness of a cavity back with the look of a blade. The compact, traditional head shape allows you to feel confident standing over your golf ball knowing you look like a golfer who has game. Golf clubs for sale in UK has prepared for customers special discount. Buy one hot selling golf set and get one free gifts. > Titleist Create the712 MB Irons are classic muscle back forged irons that deliver the looks, feel and performance highly-skilled players demand. This weighting also produces consistent launch angle, backspin and ball speed in order to provide precise distance and shot control demanded by better players. > Callaway's engineers took a serious look at their clubs and modified the Callaway X-24 Hot Irons into the precision tools they are today. It is true they are a little on the expensive side but you get what you pay for and when you are looking at superior equipment, you would expect the engineering technological advances to be reflected in the price tag.