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Sticks Stones AND MODIFY FACE ANGLE


CALLAWAY was late to jump into adjustable drivers, but its fi rst changeable big-stick, the RAZR-FIT, is a worthy member of the circle of adjustable clubs. The driver’s hosel allows players to modify the face angle for accuracy and trajectory and the weighting can be transformed to either a draw or neutral ball fl ight. This driver’s face has been redesigned to maintain ball speed outside of the sweetspot, promoting forgiveness. MSRP: $399


AERODYNAMIC DESIGN


The TITLEIST VELOCITY is the company’s latest distance ball. The ball’s core, cover and aerodynamic design deliver the high and consistent ball fl ight necessary for good distance with reduced spin, without sacrifi cing the desired spin around the green. The Velocity is a more affordable option compared to Titleist’s chief ball, the ProV1. MSRP: $35/dozen. Price for members at Poppy Hills/Ridge Golf Shops: $28


Members enjoy a 20% discount on in-stock regularly priced items at the Poppy Hills and Ridge shops and online at shop.ncga.org.


FINEST PIMA COTTON


MARTIN GOLF aims to perfect the all-cotton lisle golf shirt. Martin’s fi rst line of men’s shirts debuted late last year and emphasized classic style and elegance. The shirts are made of 100% Pima cotton spun into yarn and then put through a refi ned singeing procedure and completed with a comprehensive fi nishing process that imparts the lasting sheen characteristic of the fi nest cotton shirts. MSRP: $80-$90


62 / NCGA.ORG / SPRING 2012


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