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Maruman Vanquish VR, Wilson Di11 Irons, Rife 2011 Putters

A collection of new clubs was recently launched for Maruman Golf, Wilson and Rife. Maruman a manufacturer of ultra high-end golf clubs, recently released their new Vanquish VR Driver, Fairway Woods, Hybrids and Irons. Wilson Golf has launched their new iron line for 2011 with the Di11 irons, designed specifically for players who want more distance – “these irons not only meets these needs, they exceed them.” Rife Putters recently announced the introduction of four highly anticipated new putters for the Island Series.

 

Maruman GolfMaruman Vanquish VR Driver

http://www.maruman.co.jp/english/index.html

Majesty Vanquish VR Driver

With an extremely low center of gravity and geared towards golfers with mid to low swings speeds (83mph – 95mph), this new driver promises to lead the way in technological advances. With a price tag of $1,399.00 – it promises longer distance due to a higher launch angle and optimum spin. Available in 10.5 and 11.5 degrees.

Majesty Vanquish VR Fairway Wood

Made with the toughest Maraging Steel face, a thin top wall and tungsten weights, this new line of fairway woods by Maruman, are definitely worth a swing. Similar to the driver, these woods are characterized by a high trajectory and optimal spin. The tungsten weights provide stability and straighter shots. Available in 3W, 5W and 7W – cost: $1,099.

Maruman Vanquish MAjesty Vr Irons 2011 Majesty Vanquish VR Hybrid

Designed similarly to the fairway woods with Maraging Steel, the hybrids are available in four different lofts – U3 through to U6. Cost: $749.00

Majesty Vanquish VR Irons

Featuring a low center of gravity, a forgiving design and an innovative head structure, the Vanquish iron sets come in 8 pieces (5 iron through SW) – Cost: $4,299.00

Wilson Golf

Wilson Di11 Irons

Wilson Staff is introducing the Di11 iron with low-and-deep weight that promotes a higher ball flight and more stability; a wide sole to improve turf interaction, perimeter weighting; and wide-tip shafts. Here’s what they say: “A wider sweet spot and perimeter weighting, combined with the torsional stability of its wide tip shaft combine in the objective of more forgiveness and greater accuracy. Meanwhile, lightweight shaft options combine with the low, wide head design with the goal of more faster clubhead speed.” These irons are designed for the player looking to add more distance to their game.

Wilson di11 Irons 2011

Rife Putters 2011 Aruba PicRife Putters

http://rifeputters.com/products/island/

Rife Aruba, Trinidad, Montserrat and Cayman Brac Putters

Although they were previously introduced in the 2010 PGA Merchandising show, the latest additions to the Rife putter line will hit stores in the next two months. The new Aruba, Trinidad, Montserrat and Cayman Brac putters are just the latest additions to the Island Series. The company says “All of these new Island Series putters feature RIFE’s patented RollGroove Technology and Lie-Aline System.” The Aruba model is pictured here.

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  1. I got sent a set of these Wilson Staff Di11 irons a few weeks ago and I agree with everything you said above. I really enjoyed playing with them and love how they are so forgiving yet I had no problems shaping them. A great combination Wilson.

  2. I got sent a set of these [url=http://www.lefthandedgolfe quipment.org/reviews/wilson-staff-di11-irons]Wilson Staff Di11 irons a few weeks ago and I agree with everything you said above. I really enjoyed playing with them and love how they are so forgiving yet I had no problems shaping them. A great combination Wilson.

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