Force Of egg

Bring­ing long dis­tances and smiles to golfers

Golf Asia (Malaysia) - - CONTENTS -

P RGR’s ori­gins in the golf equip­ment busi­ness dates back to 1983, and the com­pany takes pride in be­ing the pur­vey­ors of the ‘Head Speed The­ory’ that has de­fined the golf swing since. And in 2003 PRGR was the first com­pany to pro­duce a com­pos­ite driver (car­bon & ti­ta­nium), a tech­nol­ogy de­rived from their ex­ten­sive R&D. PRGR con­tin­ues to bring in­no­va­tion in golf tech­nol­ogy as seen in their new Su­per EGG range of equip­ment, a non-con­form­ing se­ries for av­er­age golfers who want ef­fort­less for­give­ness and max­i­mum dis­tance from their golf clubs.

Su­per egg Driver

PRGR’s new gen­er­a­tion high re­pul­sion driver, that boasts a high co­ef­fi­cient of re­pul­sion (ex­ceed­ing 0.85) and wide high re­pul­sion area on the club­face. The Su­per egg power flange struc­ture is used on the crown to min­i­mize de­for­ma­tion by con­cen­trat­ing flex­ing on the club­face for max­i­mum re­bound speed. The high-strength beta-ti­ta­nium face has been trimmed to the limit, and with a smooth thick­ness de­vi­a­tion de­sign, both high-re­pul­sion per­for­mance and dura­bil­ity have been ac­com­plished. As a re­sult of

re­duc­ing the body thick­ness to the limit, weight is con­cen­trated at the back of the club­head. This has cre­ated a cen­tre of grav­ity that is low and deep within the club­head for high low spin­ning drives. The shaft of the driver fea­tures in­creased rigid­ity around the grip for a solid feel in spite of its light­weight prop­er­ties. Nanoal­loy tech­nol­ogy is used around the tip to in­crease shock re­sis­tance and is matched with a grip de­vel­oped es­pe­cially for the new egg se­ries of clubs.

Su­per egg Iron

The new Su­per egg irons, from the 5 iron to the pitch­ing wedge, are high-re­pul­sion clubs; this means that the player has the ad­van­tage of a higher ini­tial ve­loc­ity. The as­ton­ish­ing high re­pul­sion, high ini­tial ve­loc­ity, and high tra­jec­tory makes it pos­si­ble to hit 190 yards with a 7 iron. The 5 iron to the pitch­ing wedge have a hol­low struc­ture with a high re­pul­sion marag­ing club­face that has a face thick­ness of 1.9 mm re­sult­ing in a high co­ef­fi­cient of re­pul­sion ex­ceed­ing 0.83. The 5 and the 6 irons are util­ity shaped, which means that a player can eas­ily hit long dis­tances with these mid­dle irons, with­out feel­ing any pres­sure. All egg irons have over­sized heads, pro­vid­ing a sense of con­fi­dence to the player at ad­dress. Square grooved score lines (non-con­form­ing) are used in the wedges (AW, AS, SW), for those drop and stop shots into the greens. For more in­for­ma­tion, please visit www. mst­

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