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FASTER LAUNCH


The white clubhead trend continues for TAYLORMADE as the company has launched the Rocketballz (RBZ) drivers, woods and hybrids for 2012. The RBZ hybrid has a standard model and tour model, the tour model providing more options with the club’s loft, lie angle and length. The RBZ hybrid features what’s called a “speed pocket” boasts a low center of gravity. The “speed pocket” aims to launch the ball faster off the face and the unique center of gravity concept promotes a high launch angle, both giving golfers added distance. MSRP: $179.99


FLEXIBILITY IN ALL KINDS OF LIES


COBRA’S AMP irons (AMP for “advanced material placement”) has a split personality. The 3 through 7-irons have a two-piece construction created for a thinner face for more distance while the 8-iron through the wedge are a one-piece design for more feel. The irons’ soles promote less drag through turf contact, promoting fl exibility in all kinds of lies. The company’s research has optimized the clubs’ face and cavity for ideal distance, feel and forgiveness in each individual iron. MSRP: Individual irons-$89 steel/$99 graphite; Sets-$799 steel, $899 graphite


FIRM STANCE


NIKE’S Lunar Control shoe may not help in performing the moonwalk, but it should help in maintaining a fi rm stance on the golf course with the aid of “Scorpion Stinger” soft spikes on the soles. The shoe material is made of water-repellant leather, keeping feet stylish and dry at the same time. The lightweight shoe comes with a two-year limited waterproof warranty. MSRP: $190. Price for members at Poppy Hills/Ridge Golf Shops: $152


SPRING 2012 / NCGA.ORG / 63


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