(Vocus/PRWEB) February 18, 2011
With a new year and a new golf season under-way, the golf community is raving about the latest innovations in golf club technology. With Clubs taking some of the biggest technological leaps forward in golf history, it’s easy to see that 2011 is going to be a great year for golf. So which clubs are making the grade? And why? Golfballs.com takes a look at four of the biggest releases for 2011 and tells you why these clubs are the ones you’ll want in your bag this year.
Everyone is talking about the new Taylor Made R11 Driver, and they should be. Taylor Made is constantly innovating to add customization and adjustability to the game of golf, and the new R11 driver takes this key performance feature to the most advanced level yet. Only the Taylor Made R11 Driver can activate three dimensions to distance. With an adjustable loft, face angle and CG location, the R11 can be made into the perfect driver for any golfer. These new performance adjustability features as well as a sleek white paint job have earned the R11 driver a Golf Digest Editor’s Choice award.
Callaway makes another huge leap forward in Forged Composite technology with the new RAZR Hawk Driver. Made from a lightweight carbon fiber material, enhanced by a nickel rear-weight pad, and topped off with a chemically milled titanium clubface, The Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver is completely uncompromised for the best possible drive off the tee. The new material gives Callaway engineers the ability to position weight exactly where needed for the ultimate in distance, accuracy and workability.
Cleveland Golf takes lightweight performance another step further to get the absolute maximum in swing speed and distance with the new Launcher SL290 Driver. Weighing in at 290 grams, 25 grams less than the average driver on the market, the Cleveland Golf Launcher SL290 Driver gives you more distance and control when you need it most.
Callaway Golf steps up to the plate in 2011 not only with the RAZR Hawk driver but also the RAZR X Irons. These Irons are being hailed by the golfing community as a return to all-around reliability from an iron set. With so many iron sets being aimed to improve distance, forgiveness, or feel, Callaway RAZR X Irons give you the best of all these features. The technology delivers the distance and forgiveness of a wide-sole iron with the playability of a thin-sole iron, making these clubs a hot item to look for in 2011.
With these hot golf clubs hitting the market Golfballs.com has geared up to deliver as soon as they hit the shelves. Golfballs.com is committed to delivering the latest technology and innovation when it comes to golf gear and with 2011 gearing up to be a big year for golf club innovation; it’s a great time to get ahead in the game. The Taylor Made R11 is available for purchase today and the Cleveland Launcher SL290 Driver, Callaway RAZR Hawk Driver and Callaway RAZR X Irons are all available February 18th.