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OPTIMUM PLAYABILITY


A NEW TAKE ON A CLASSIC DESIGN


The popular and revolutionary TITLEIST PRO V1 is even better. The new Pro V1 has a softer compression for more feel, more distance and more durability. An improved urethane elastomer cover and new paint system makes the ball last longer than ever, and improves ball fl ight. The 352-dimple pattern has fi ve different dimple sizes and three axes of symmetry that helps produce a penetrating ball fl ight that holds its line in the wind. The new Pro V1x promises to be an even longer golf ball with a lower trajectory. MSRP: $62/dozen


Olympian-turned-golfer Michael Phelps just signed an endorsement deal with Ping, and he’ll have the new G25 IRONS to help his game. Each iron has been designed for optimum playability, as the sole width gets narrower as you move from a 3-iron to pitching wedge. The wider sole on longer irons provides a lower center of gravity and more forgiveness, while the short irons are designed for better performance. The G25 irons have a MSRP of $97.50 per club with Ping’s proprietary CFS steel shaft.


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


SQUARE TO YOUR TARGET


Callaway’s newest putter, the ODYSSEY VERSA, has caught the attention of the golf world, with Phil Mickelson, Dustin Johnson, Ernie Els and Keegan Bradley all giving it a try. The Odyssey Versa’s simple, yet striking black-white- black and white-black-white heads make it easier to tell when your face is square to the target. The Versa also features Odyssey’s newest white-hot insert and comes in several familiar head styles. A Versa 2-Ball mallet putter will only be available in a white-topped edition. MSRP: $169


SPRING 2013 / NCGA.ORG / 63


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