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GOLD STANDARD FROM TEE TO GREEN


VARIETY FOR ALL


TAYLORMADE has developed one of its most versatile fairway woods. The R11S adjusts to each individual game and swing. With the option to hit 24 different shots with one club, there is no fairway shot that cannot be conquered. By incorporating adjustable sole plate technology, hitting a draw or fade is accomplished by switching the plates to closed or open (though clubs cannot be adjusted in the middle of a round). This fairway wood allows for faster ball speed and easier launch by altering the plate position to low and forward; for more control the plate can be set to high and back. MSRP: $299.99. Price for members at Poppy Hills/Ridge golf shops $239.99


The CALLAWAY Hex Black Tour golf ball uses HEX aerodynamics technology versus the traditional round dimples. HEX technology reduces drag and promotes a stable, penetrating ball fl ight. The dual core construction offers optimal spin from tee to green. Using low spin off the tee, the Hex Black Tour will add more distance to the drive while giving a soft feel around the green with high spin approaches. MSRP: $45.99 a dozen


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


WALK OR RIDE


The 2012 SUN MOUNTAIN KG: 2 STAND/ CARRY BAG combines 25 years of technology in the design of a versatile bag. The 4.6-pound bag has E-Z dual straps that are perfect for walking the course in leisure and comfort. For the golfer who wants to ride, the cart-friendly bottom and front pockets are designed for easy convenience and durability. The bag comes with eight pockets, velour-lined for valuables, a beverage pouch and matching rain hood. MSRP: $199.99


SUMMER 2012 / NCGA.ORG / 63


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