COMBINING elegant designs with intricate patterns and gold accents, the latest generation of the GIII 8 has been crafted to offer ultimate distance with easy playability.
That is the assurance from GIII (Grand Golf Gear) by Daiwa (Japan) and who have produced premium golf equipment since 1972.
The new GIII line features a longer channel that they call a Power Trench.
It also comes with a bigger sweet spot that helps increase distance and forgiveness across the face.
The Power Trench is found in the new driver, fairway woods and utility clubs.
All GIII 8 woods and utilities have titanium-face designs that have a Coefficient of Restitution (COR) that surpasses the limit set by the USGA and R&A for competition. This was done in order to create even bigger sweet spot and faster ball speeds.
In the new driver, GIII used an innovative aerodynamic balloon like shape for the crown that creates increased swing speed.
The weights of the shafts are lighter than the previous generation and made to require less effort to hit.
An evolved face design used in the GIII 8 irons creates a wider sweet spot, higher ball speed and more distance through the combination of the use of Neo Titanium material in the face and Full Core Grooves behind the face. This combination resulted in a higher COR.
Exclusively distributed by MST Golf the new line comes with suggested retail prices of – Driver: RM5,700, Fairway wood: RM4,500, Utility club: RM3,900 and Iron set: RM14,650.
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