The handicap number refers to how many strokes above or below par a player should be able to play. This means that the lower the number, the more advanced a player is considered to be, and vice versa.
How to read the rating
Each area illustrates a range of handicap numbers.
Coloured areas indicate the handicap number range to which the model corresponds, so whether it is designed for beginner or advanced players.
Both these models would be best suited for beginner players.
Both these models would be best suited for advanced players.
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Larger Profile: A bigger head provides increased stability and helps elevate MOI 6.5% while new shaping helps align the face confidently at your target.
Trajectory Tuning 2.0: A patented, lightweight aerodynamic hosel sleeve can adjust ball flight and ensuring proper gapping into one of eight positions.
High MOI: A high-density tungsten back weight maximises forgiveness through extreme perimeter weighting.
Fast Face: Ball speed is increased through a thin, maraging-steel face attached to the 17-4 stainless steel head.
Reduced Spin: Spin is reduced through a specially textured face rather than traditional grooves.
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