New woods, irons unveiled


THE latest maruman SG range of golf clubs, which features a driver, fairway woods and hybrids, has been superbly crafted with a new Triple S design in mind – speed, smash and stability.

The new aerodynamic design has a thin and lightweight head for minimised air-resistance.

In order to achieve more speed and distance, maruman have made improvements in the design with the use of “Rectifying Fins” on the rear of the clubhead that minimises head deceleration caused by air resistance.

In addition to this, the proprietary maruman SG M220 shafts used throughout the line-up are made from elastic and high strength materials to help achieve more head acceleration.

To ensure good distance on shots across the face are maximised, maruman have taken inspiration from a spider web’s thin, yet rigid structure and implemented it in the face of the driver, fairway woods and hybrids. This technology maximises the repulsion effect across the face that results in higher ball speeds.

A honeycomb crown has been developed to lower the centre of gravity as well as MOI in order to help shots launch easier with better forgiveness.

The irons in the new maruman SG family are a fusion of hollow and pocket cavities.

The technology has allowed maruman to use an ultra-thin maraging face that allows it to flex and achieve maximum ball speeds.

The suggested retail prices are – driver: RM3,190, fairway wood: RM1,790, hybrid: RM1,390 and irons (5-9PAS, 8pc): RM6,990.

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