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Equipment - Utilities



JAZZ PLAY 2 WIN PLUS WEDGE:
Custom hand-ground design with heel and toe tapered for maximum drag reduction. Regular face (standard spin) or sandblasted face (extra spin). Lofts from 52 to 60 degrees, bounce range from 3 to 14 degrees. Available for men and women, right- and left-handed.
JAZZ TROUBLE SHOOTER II:
Lighter than original Trouble Shooter fairway woods, with stronger lofts (from 8 to 23.5 degrees). Deeper face lessens chance of hitting under the ball, copper rails moved inside clubhead to reduce drag. Available for men and women, right- and left-handed.
MIZUNO FLI-HI:
Utility long iron for use off the tee or fairway. External T-ZOID Power Bar for back weighting moved centre of gravity away from face for higher launch angle. Lofts range from 18 to 24 degrees. Men's right-hand only.
NEVER COMPROMISE:
Complete with the brand's distinctive black-grey-black tone, the club head is designed for maximum spin control and playability. The stainless steel alloy has been improved for softer feel. Available in 56¼ and 60¼ loft.
NIKE FORGED WEDGE:
Forged from 1030 carbon steel with proprietary groove design. Drop-away heel design allows face to be laid wide open, creating finesse opportunities. Lofts range from 53 to 60 degrees, bounce ranges from 9 to 14 degrees.
ORLIMAR LADY HIPTI:
A fairway wood with harder and stronger face materials to allow for longer distance.

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ORLIMAR TRIMETAL HIPTI:
The centrepiece of the "Hip" series, is built with extra-thin face, pushing the weight to the back for added stability. Designed with improved forgiveness and distance and available in three different lofts and head sizes.
PING I3 WEDGE:
Crafted with a smooth, rounded toe and a thinner top. It's designed with two bounce angles that help stabilize the club through impact. Angled clubface designed to keep the clubface low to achieve more loft and softer feel.
PING I3 O-SIZE:
Has a smooth, rounded toe and a thin top line. The sole has two large radius arcs that form two bounce angles on the landing and trailing edges. These help keep the club low and improves impact.
PRECEPT TOUR PREMIUM WEDGES:
"Tour" head size and shape. Cast from soft 255 stainless steel alloy; after head has cooled, it is milled flat and scoring "U" grooves are added using a computerized numeric controlled machine. Lofts range from 52 to 60 degrees, bounce from 9 to 14 degrees.
PRECEPT TOUR PREMIUM 2-EZ:
Utility club with 18 degrees of loft and 41-inch shaft, designed to be a more forgiving substitute for the standard 2-iron. Centre of gravity precisely located through placement of a 50-gram tungsten insert in the trailing edge of the head.
RAM IFX2:
For the mid- to high-handicapper with "flow weighted" design for optimal centre of gravity. Gradient tempering steel gives softer feel in wedges and other short irons.
TITLEIST VOKEY DESIGN WEDGES:
Classic teardrop shape with high toe and shallow heel finished in either bright nickel chrome, or raw, non-chrome. Lofts between 48 and 60 degrees, bounce ranges from 6 to 14 degrees. Designed by legendary Bob Vokey.
TOUR EDGE SUPER-SPIN WEDGES:
Cast from 431 stainless steel or from 8630 carbon steel, called the DG4 Series. Non-chromed, these wedges oxidize (rust) over time. Traditional muscle-back design. Lofts range between 48 and 63 degrees, bounce between 4 and 12 degrees.
17-WILSON JOE PHILLIPS II:
A multi purpose wedge designed for all situations, from heavy rough, sand, to soft fairways. The "finesse" design has medium sole width and rolled top line.
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