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New Products hit the floor this week!

Thursday, February 13 2014 10:56 AM

   

Bruces Blog - Ping i25 and Callaway Big Bertha

 New Products hit the floor this week!

 

      This week marks the arrival of a two highly anticipated product lines from a couple of golf’s iconic brands. Callaway brings back the Big Bertha name with two new drivers and a fairway wood. Ping introduces the i25 line that will include driver, fairway, hybrid and irons.

 

     If you like adjustability then the Big Bertha line from Callaway may be right up the center of your fairway. The adjustable hosel has eight individual loft and lie settings and a sliding 8 gram weight for change from fade to draw. The fairway woods also include the adjustable hosel and come in 15, 18 and 21 degrees. The Big Bertha Alpha takes adjustability to the next level. The gravity core in the center of the sole allows the golfer looking for lower spin to change the center of the gravity vertically. This Alpha is the first on the market to allow that change.

 

 

     The new i25line from Ping hits the mark for the midto low handicapper looking for a lower launch and controlled spin. The driver and fairway come with Ping’s adjustable hosel that allows for a +/- of ½ degree of loft and a racing stripe alignment on the top of the crown. The i25hybrid with its compact head is a great candidate for those looking for a long iron replacement. The i25irons builds on the previous i25 model as a players iron that provides forgiveness.

 

     The snow is beginning to melt so now is the perfect time to come in and get fit for the new Callaway and Ping models.

 

 

Bruce has more than 17 years of experience within the golf industry.  During his career he spent 5 years as a club professional earning membership in the PGA of America.  Bruce then moved to Mizuno, USA in 1999 where he worked in club fitting and assembly on the consumer tech van.  In 2001, he was promoted to the role of Technician for Mizuno’s PGA Tour trailer.  In 2003, Bruce moved to Callaway Golf as lead Technician for the PGA Tour trailer.  During his combined 11 years on the PGA Tour, he assembled golf equipment for over 50 major champions and tour players from the PGA, Champions and LPGA Tours. 

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